Got a few emulators I would like to talk about.

Been playing video games since I was 2 years old, and Playstation has been a huge part of my life. Except I didn't own a Sony console until a few years ago. It was thanks to emulators I played classics such as Tomb Raider and Crash 3.

DreamCast Emulators

Flycast is my new best friend now.

GameCube and Wii Emulators

Dolphin Emulator is awesome! For Wii games, if you have a computer with Bluetooth and a Wiimote, you can go wild!

MAC Emulators

Basilisk II is what I try to use.

PC-88 Emulators

M88 is outdated, but works fine.

PC-98 Emulators

np21w for everything PC98

Personal Computer Emulators

PCem is great, you can emulate whatever old computer you want and it runs just like a real computer would. I know. I use this to play Mission Sunlight.

86box is a fork of PCem. Maybe it's better, but haven't tried it yet.

DosBox, MS-Dos emulator.

PS2 Emulators

PCXS2 is used to revive some old memories :')

PSP Emulators

There are some PSP games I want to play, but I don't own. I use ppsspp for that

SG-1000, Master System, Mega Drive, 32X and Sega CD Emulators

Kega Fusion is outdated, but works very well still.

SNES Emulators

I use bsnes SNES games (sometimes you just gotta mess with Mario Paint :P ) LONG LIVE NEAR!

Multi-console emulators


Use Lemuroid as an alternative to Retroarch (devs harrassed Near). It's so much better too!