NES emu on R4

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  1. emoco
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    emoco Member

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    What NES emulator do you use? Also what games do you play on it? I had a NES years ago and remember good games like Kid Icarus and Exitebike but not many more.
     
  2. Killermech

    Killermech Cookie Monster

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    I've been using nesDS and im currently "playing" (actually i've mostly been playing the latest DS releases lol)

    Gargoyle's Quest 2
    Punch out
    Battle of olympus
    Zelda 2
    Megaman 3
     
  3. emoco
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    Is it hard to get it working on the R4?
     
  4. Killermech

    Killermech Cookie Monster

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    Not if you do a little research and read the instructions [​IMG]
     
  5. digital_sin

    digital_sin GBAtemp Regular

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    Contra. The game i played the most on my old NES.
     
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    Crystalis. It's the best zelda clone. In many ways better than zelda.
     
  7. msakmar

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    is there a link to a guide?
     
  8. xler8

    xler8 Advanced Member

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    Never played. I'll check it out. Nothing has ever beaten Zelda's experience for me. ICO is closest in my heart though.

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    This is from Gamespot:

    "Crystalis

    Crystalis is an incredible game with graphics and sound ahead of its time. It has a swordsman that uses 4 elemental swords, monsters ranging from vampires to giant bugs, an evil empire, and a floating tower. The storyline is simple, with its 'save the world' mentality, but complex and serious, with its plot twists and character deaths. Crystalis is a decent challenge, which makes the game very entertaining. It is also not a very long game, so players will find themselves playing the game more than once. Crystalis is an action RPG you can not miss."
     
  9. Katalyst

    Katalyst Johnald Everyperson

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    Hell yeah, Crystalis fucking ownz. If I decide to try the NES emulator, that'll be the first game I put on there.
     
  10. Destructobot

    Destructobot Crave the Hammer

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    Does saving work with NesDS on the R4? Also, it that with the "official" release, or the WIP?