If you want to play retro games, emulation is the way to go. It’s convenient since there’s no need to get a bundle of dongles just for the retro console to work with a new TV. Nintendo, being one of the famous brand for beloved retro games, is always subjected to emulation. The company was the first one to redefine 3D platformer games with the release of Super Mario 64, and it is still one of the most popular games in the speedrunning community. One can dream about Super Mario 64 natively on PC, except you don’t need to now, thanks to some passionate fans.
Day: May 6, 2020
Memory manufacturer GeIL recently announced its new DDR4-3200 64GB SO-DIMM memory kit for both the latest Intel 10th gen and AMD Ryzen 4000 series mobile
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There is something about Nintendo and its products that has an everlasting yet memorable design. There are still many people hunting and collecting retro Nintendo hardware just for keepsake. With that in mind, there is a market for controllers that has the look and feel of these retro Nintendo controllers but with modern functions and compatibility. Introducing, the 8bitdo SN30 Pro controller which supports multiple platforms while looking like a SNES controller.