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 Guide to Emulation Part 1: The Best Emulators

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PostSubject: Guide to Emulation Part 1: The Best Emulators   Thu Dec 31, 2009 11:17 am

There are many emulators available on the internet today, ranging from emulators designed only to play one game, to emulators such as the well-known Nocash, which play a wide range of DS and GameBoy Advance games, with a vast choice for settings. However, sometimes we look at these emulators and get confused, which is best for us?

The No$gba emulator started off as a single screen gameboy advnace emulator, but it was always set aside for the VisualBoy Advance, still our favourite gameboy emulator. Soon after the release of the DS, no$gba started to play DS games as well as gameboy games, and shot to the top of the emulation download charts.

No$gba is, in my opinion, the best DS emulator for many reasons, the most important one being that it can play over 1000 DS games and around 500 GBA games. It incorporates the touch screen feature of the DS, and has easy to adjust settings and controls. There are various 3D options to offer the best quality depending on what game you want to play.

Even though no emulation has achieved Wi-Fi connection on games this decade, there are rumours from Nocash and DSemu that wifi could be released in the next installments of their emulators. Wi-Fi in emulators will see a rapid decrease in console sales for nintendo so they could launch a court case on the emulation companies because of this, and negotiations are being carried out, but until then lets hope for the best!

Other emulators such as dsemu have had their time in the limelight, but at the end of this decade, and any other, the No$gba will always be the best nintendo emulation program, hands down.

Feel free to offer advice to emulation gamers and links of free emulator download sites.

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PostSubject: Re: Guide to Emulation Part 1: The Best Emulators   Thu Dec 31, 2009 11:22 am

LucaRiolu493 wrote:
There are many emulators available on the internet today, ranging from emulators designed only to play one game, to emulators such as the well-known Nocash, which play a wide range of DS and GameBoy Advance games, with a vast choice for settings. However, sometimes we look at these emulators and get confused, which is best for us?

The No$gba emulator started off as a single screen gameboy advnace emulator, but it was always set aside for the VisualBoy Advance, still our favourite gameboy emulator. Soon after the release of the DS, no$gba started to play DS games as well as gameboy games, and shot to the top of the emulation download charts.

No$gba is, in my opinion, the best DS emulator for many reasons, the most important one being that it can play over 1000 DS games and around 500 GBA games. It incorporates the touch screen feature of the DS, and has easy to adjust settings and controls. There are various 3D options to offer the best quality depending on what game you want to play.

Other emulators such as dsemu have had their time in the limelight, but at the end of this decade, and any other, the No$gba will always be the best nintendo emulation program, hands down.

Feel free to offer advice to emulation gamers and links of free emulator download sites.

- LucaRiolu493

Just a side note about no$gba.
It can play those games and Gba games but, if you play with ds games, for example, Pokemon, your going to get lag, or any other game ive noticed. to best get rid of the lag, play the game on linux, or mac, you get ZERO lag it just works best with linux not windows even though its a windows program
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PostSubject: Re: Guide to Emulation Part 1: The Best Emulators   Thu Dec 31, 2009 9:58 pm

i had the emulator a few years back but why does it work better on linux

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