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well what are the current best emus compatibility wise for n64, ps1, xbox, ps2 ?

i just got a 360 controller for windows, so im itching for some emulating.

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N64: I use Mupen64Plus. There's also Project64 out there. They're not perfect but their damn close.
PSX: There's ePSXe which has a lot of fancy features but is pretty worthless unless you've got a fancy gaming computer. pSX is basic but it emulates great and doesn't require any special plug-ins. There's also PCSX.
PS2: You're only real option is PCSX2. You'll need a good computer to run games good, though. If you have a good gaming computer, a lot of games can run at full speed.
Xbox: I'm not quite sure there's anything worthwhile. According to Wikipedia, there's cxbx, but there's only 3 games that can be played (and none of them are really worthwhile, I think). Well, if you have a Xbox or a 360, Xbox games are dirt cheap nowadays, and there's a lot of good ones out there.
 

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Dolphin is good for GC and Wii if your system can handle it. (I need more than just "quadcore" because IIRC PCSX2 and Dolphin both only use 2 cores anyway)
 

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N64 - Project 64 or 1964
PSX - ePSXe
Ps2 - PCSX2

PCSX2 requires a decent system and configuration, so be sure to read up about it. The others run games pretty well and are well developed at this stage.
 
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themuddaload said:
themuddaload said:
alright, new system to emulate: atari. is there an emulator that will do all the different revisions? (2600, 5200 7800, etc )

if not, which are the best?
thanks.
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There are some emulators dedicated to specific Atari models. Good resource http://www.zophar.net/windos.html

MESS supports all of those Atari models and a bunch of other systems.

Also, do you have a grudge with Google?
 

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flameiguana said:
themuddaload said:
themuddaload said:
alright, new system to emulate: atari. is there an emulator that will do all the different revisions? (2600, 5200 7800, etc )

if not, which are the best?
thanks.
halp
There are some emulators dedicated to specific Atari models. Good resource http://www.zophar.net/windos.html

MESS supports all of those Atari models and a bunch of other systems.

Also, do you have a grudge with Google?
thanks...

YES, google can find stuff, but doesnt tell you if it works worth a damn...
 

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themuddaload said:
flameiguana said:
themuddaload said:
themuddaload said:
alright, new system to emulate: atari. is there an emulator that will do all the different revisions? (2600, 5200 7800, etc )

if not, which are the best?
thanks.
halp
There are some emulators dedicated to specific Atari models. Good resource http://www.zophar.net/windos.html

MESS supports all of those Atari models and a bunch of other systems.

Also, do you have a grudge with Google?
thanks...

YES, google can find stuff, but doesnt tell you if it works worth a damn...

Which is why you're supposed to click those links it gives you and do some reading.
 
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