Oh how quirky and inept the internet can be. So, many of you have read or at least heard of Nintendolife and how their articles can be pretty decent at times. So to back up a bit, they, like many sites, have a strict policy where users cannot mention emulation at all, those who do are chastised by the staff. However, recently, they posted an article called "What Could Super Mario Galaxy look like in HD?" which, can only be achieved using Dolphin. Article here: http://www.nintendolife.com/news/2014/03/video_what_could_super_mario_galaxy_look_like_in_hd But wait a minute, NL is the one that posted the video on YouTube correct? How very odd, seeing as they themselves are so very anti-emulation, surely, a site that wishes to retain its reputation would never stoop to emulation, right? Now, why is it all right for the staff to showcase an emulator, when the people who post there get in trouble for doing the same thing? What are your guys' thoughts on the matter? DO you think that game journalism and how sites are run are both poorly executed? I as a person, don't care what people do with emulators in their personal lives, yadda yadda yadda, but when a site that has rules that state its stance on emulation piracy then uses an emulator, it just seems off to me.