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    mAdminstrator Random's Avatar
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    Anyone have a reputable, safe source for NES/SNES ROMs that they'd like to share?

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    Emuparadise is pretty safe.

    Or if you're a torrent-er search for "No-Intro" or "Cylum" romsets in the usual spots.

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    +1 for Emuparadise

    I also have used http://www.portalroms.com/en without issue.

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    Had you asked a day sooner I could have gotten you started with mine.

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    Whoomah!

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    Yeah, sorry, my NAS software remote tools is kind of rubbish.

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    Something big in the emu scene looms on the horizon.

    https://www.kotaku.com.au/2018/01/we...itch-emulator/

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    Xbox 360 emulation development continues apace.

    I initially thought that it was un-emulatable, given that it was very securely built by Microsoft back in the day. Or was I confusing this with the original Xbox?


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    Last fall my son got me an emulator called Sumosys, which has over 11,000 ROMs. It was a birthday gift and is fantastic. Arcade, NES, SNES, Genesis, N64, PS1, etc.

    Got the entire Marvel vs Capcom arcade series at my fingertips (except MvC2 and MvC3, which I already have on PS3 and PS4). Didnít cost that much, I think it was $150. Iíve used emulators before but only on the computer. This one I could hook up to the TV and even connect PS3 and PS4 controllers. Which is great, cause Iím so used to wireless now.

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    Legal?? Obviously most likely not. I think the company got pinched, as their website and FB page have disappeared. So much for technical support if you need it, but oh well. Iíve noticed more and more of these retro emulators popping up on FB in recent months. Same price. Probably the same people doing it.

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