DeSmuME v0.7.1 is out!

Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by azoreseuropa, Jun 13, 2007.

Jun 13, 2007

DeSmuME v0.7.1 is out! by azoreseuropa at 2:19 PM (1,605 Views / 0 Likes) 11 replies

  1. azoreseuropa
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    http://www.desmume.org/
     
  2. Maikel Steneker

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    Wow! Even Linux ports!

    I hope DS-games will be emulated as good as, say, GBA-games in the future.
     
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    Member imgod22222 GBAtemp's Original No-faced Member

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    Yeah... now long in GBA's timeline have GBA emus gotten to where they are today? I honestly don't know, but it would be nice to know, to get some ideas about how long it'll take for DS emus... But wouldn't we need to like, double the time, since the DS has like double the hardware to emulate? (Stereo speakers vs mono, 2 ARMs vs 1ARM, mic, wifi vs linkcable, etc)
     
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    GBA is stereo.
     
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    If I'm not mistaken, even the original GB was stereo
     
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    All Gameboy...hell all Nintendo handhelds from GB on have been stereo. It's just that not until the latest came along did they bother placing 2 speakers on the hardware. You get some headphones or a speaker jack and even decent melodic stuff like that so-so 1st Castlevania booms and pans the riffs and effects for you.
     
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    Massive improvements on this one!

    Keypad Config!
    Screenshot
    More tools

    it is getting me excited!

    come on psp emulators can you catch the ds up NO!
     
  8. lv426

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    Hi

    How do you get this to work [​IMG]

    I get the following error "The application Failed to initialize properly (0xc0150002)"

    Any Ideas

    Lv...
     
  9. KMC

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    Very nice. I still stick with NO$GBA but this is still pretty good. Very nice indeed.
     
  10. Suzaku X

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    Is there even any serious development going on for PSP emulation? Last I checked, the PSP homebrew scene was mostly dedicated to making emulators FOR the PSP.

    Besides, PSP emulation is a lot more difficult, considering it's hardware is considerably more advanced than the DS.

    Any improved compatibility with the new version?
     
  11. azoreseuropa
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    You didnt know that ? There is psp emulator. There is called PSPPLAYER:

    http://code.google.com/p/pspplayer/wiki/Screenshots

    It is still in development.
     
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    It isn't considerably more advanced, it's at least 3 times more powerful then the DS. Which makes it really really hard to emulate. Maybe in the very far future we'll have at least 75% emulated.
     

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