Citra, the impressive and quickly moving Nintendo 3DS emulator has a new progress report out and it sounds great.
RPCS3, the open source PlayStation 3 emulator is coming along nicely. The latest progress report goes over some recent work with various improvements.
More glorious news for emulation today with the latest RPCS3 (a PlayStation 3 emulator) giving an update on their progress and it's damn fine too.
For those who like to use their PC to emulate other platforms, the Citra emulator for the Nintendo 3DS just put out a progress report and it's very promising.
For those of you wanting to emulate some classic Dreamcast games on Linux, you're in luck as Redream is an actively developed emulator that works on Linux.
The PSP emulator, PPSSPP, recently had a pretty big release which now defaults to Vulkan as the main renderer.
RetroArch, the frontend for a number of emulators will gain an interesting feature to help improve input latency in the next version.
For those who love emulation, you might want to know about Citra, a work in progress Nintendo 3DS emulator that we've never written about here before. It seems they've been hard at work too!
RPCS3, the open source emulator for the Playstation 3 has a new progress report out and it's looking really good.
This is sad, very sad. A developer from The Libretro Team has written up a blog post on the libretro site asking for us and others to highlight an ongoing problem of code getting ripped off.
As promised, the developers of PS3 emulator RPCS3 have put out a blog post detailing the work they've been doing recently and it's pretty amazing.
The latest progress report for the PS3 emulator 'RPCS3' is out, improved Mesa support and loads more
RPCS3 continues chugging along with major improvements coming in fast. The latest progress report for this PS3 emulator is out to show off some of their recent work.
Game developer Atlus, who make the popular Persona series have issued a DMCA take-down against the developers of popular PS3 emulator RPCS3.
Dolphin is one of my favorite open source projects and the progress they’ve made in the past few years is truly impressive. In their latest project blog post, the developers have outlined a very exciting new feature in the emulator, one which helps mitigate the issue of stuttering.
For the emulation fans amongst our readership, you might be pleased to know that libretro now supports the Wii/GameCube emulator Dolphin.
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