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So I want to get into emulating retro games, but as a young 'un I wasn't even alive when most of the emulatable consoles were around. So can anyone suggest some great older games? Ideally they would hold up well even today (not graphically obviously, but gameplay wise)

 

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i had a blast playing crash team racing the other day, but at this point even the emulator is that old that emulating the emulator may be becoming a real consideration :D

 

beyond that, if you're into pokemon, the old ones really were better (seriously.. i just cant get into dppt, let alone the newer...) and if you're up for a challenge, the pokemon emerald 386 rom hack is truly amazing (unfortunately, because nintendo, finding the rom itself is a challenge) and offcourse i wont mention my ways because we're getting dangerously close to the forum rules about piracy.

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Mario Kart: Double Dash is one of my favorites. Relatively easy to run for what it's worth with a little fidgeting.


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50 minutes ago, minimoose said:

So I want to get into emulating retro games, but as a young 'un I wasn't even alive when most of the emulatable consoles were around. So can anyone suggest some great older games? Ideally they would hold up well even today (not graphically obviously, but gameplay wise)

 

Thanks!

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Red dead redemption.

GTA IV since that runs better than PC version.

Tekken 6

The Last of Us


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I've had good luck emulating Legend of Zelda: The Ocarina of Time and Majora's Mask using Project64 and my Xbox One pad. The graphics are positively ancient, but unlike most early attempts at 3D action the controls and camera hold up very well today.

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