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Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by ponyseizures, Apr 26, 2011.
Because I really wanna play Sonic CD on my acekard.
Not that I know of, but you can check here
Considering the DS can't properly emulate the regular Mega Drive / Genesis, what makes you think it could handle a upgraded version of the system?
I don't know.
I was hoping you could tell me. Doesn't matter, it doesn't exist. And now sadness follows.
I can agree with you on the sadness part. I would love to play Shining Force CD on the go. Still, DS isn't exactly great at emulating systems of that gen. Heck, I don't know how they got that NeoGeo emulator to do so well.
Oh god, I never seem to put my ds down as it is! The amount of games out there for the Sega CD that were worth playing...
And the fact that there IS a good NEO GEO emu out there proves that in theory you COULD make a SCD emu that would work decently... But that falls into that sad area that most "doable" ideas for the DS go: "Those enthusiastic about the idea /= those capable of doing the work".
(extreme bump) You could use a homebrew ds game called Sonic CD DS, and it's pretty accurate, although it only has Palmtree Panic.
or use Dingux (Linux OS?) on SuperCard DSTWO, running PicoDrive.
EDIT: Pretty sure it was solved, though.
Theoretically it could be possible. We have an PC Engine Emulator for DS with Super CD support.
You should try DS2-Dingux PicoDrive : https://gbatemp.net/threads/sega-genesis-cd-emulator-for-dstwo.346125/page-3
it works, it's fun to install but just for a try 'cause actually it's slow and music doesn't work.
Thanks but i don´t have a dstwo Flashcard.
I guess a skilled programmer could port Genesis GX Plus to DS... Strip the 32x code (THIS woldn't run, i presume) and go!
Genesis and SCD was not quite complexes systems... Was lesser than S.Famicon. I just can't understand there wasn't a decent DS emulator for them.
Lazy, maybe? (The only targeted programmer was got by SEGA itself b4 to finish his work propperly... ~_~')