Why is it that your old Nintendo is worth so much money? About Youtuber Retroware TV is the Source for Classic Gaming Videos & Knowledge. With the right hardware setup, today's best console or arcade emulators can recreate the authentic sensation of playing classic games on the original systems quite satisfactorily.
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This shouldn't take too long (depending on how large your ROM collection is!), but once completed you can go to Add Content > Scan Directory to browse for the games. The technique: Playing original hardware on a vintage TV. The original Nintendo, SNES, Sega Master System, Genesis and Dreamcast are not forgotten either.
It even features randomly generated levels, Google Play Games achievements, cloud saving, and more. Playing classic games involves a lot more setup than catching up with your Steam or PlayStation 4 library, but you may need to work with older systems if you're truly dedicated to clearing out your backlog.
In this month's episode, we strain our brains with some old-school puzzle games, pick our current-gen and retro games of 2012, and Jeff loses a bunch of man-points. This concept, known as Deliberate Retro 8 and NosCon, 9 began to gain traction thanks in part to the independent gaming scene, 10 where the short development time was attractive and commercial viability was not a concern.
SNES games - especially boxed ones - have risen sharply in value lately; it's insane how much some very average titles are worth. In this pun-filled episode we batter-up and try our hand at the world of alternative sports, go over the history of console online gaming, and get the weed-whacker out to take care of Jeff's creepy moustache once and for all.
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