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Sega Saturn copy protection cracked after 20 years

Sega Saturn copy protection cracked after 20 years Now, one hacker has found a way around a similar problem in Sega Saturn hardware — even though solving the issue required cracking the console’s DRM.The Sega Saturn was the follow-up to the Sega Genesis / Sega MegaDrive (outside North America) and competed head-to-head against the Sony PlayStation.

Raspberry Pi NES console is better than Nintendo’s Classic Mini

Raspberry Pi NES console is better than Nintendo’s Classic Mini The Nintendo Classic Mini will be released this fall and comes preloaded with 30 old-school Nintendo Entertainment System titles.The official mini Nintendo wasn’t good enough for one man who took it upon himself to create something better from scratch.

How Dolphin finally cracked the code on Star Wars: Clone Wars, now emulates every GameCube title

How Dolphin finally cracked the code on Star Wars: Clone Wars, now emulates every GameCube title The MMU inside the GameCube provides games with virtual memory addresses that it maps internally to physical memory locations.In the past, this killed game performance.

New details on Nintendo’s mini-NES point to gorgeous graphics, but very short cables

New details on Nintendo’s mini-NES point to gorgeous graphics, but very short cables Ever since Nintendo announced it would offer a pint-sized mini-NES with 30 classic games pre-loaded, there’s been a significant groundswell of interest from nostalgic gamers.New information and side-by-side playthroughs suggest that the micro-console offers better graphics than even Nintendo’s own Virtual Console on the Wii U.

x86 emulation may finally come to ARM processors running Windows 10

x86 emulation may finally come to ARM processors running Windows 10 Ever since Microsoft released the Surface RT, people have wondered whether the company would build an x86 emulator to allow ARM chips to run x86 Win32 applications.Decades of legacy x86 support had made Windows and x86 synonymous in many people’s minds, and a Windows tablet that couldn’t actually run what people thought of as “Windows” software wasn’t terribly useful.