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  • Nes News

    by Published on August 4th, 2018 22:18
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    2. Nes News,
    3. Nintendo Switch

    Kevoot has released a new version of the Nes Emulator for the Nintendo Switch:

    New Release: 1.4

    This one fixes most crashing issues seen before. The issues seem to stem from a deadlock somewhere on the multithreading end of things. I don't really have time to track it down, so have reverted the threading and fixed up a few things.

    Configurable controllers are now supported as well, so have fun!

    download https://github.com/Kevoot/LaiNESwitch

    via https://www.nintendomax.com/viewtopi...39f979de514e7a ...
    by Published on July 30th, 2018 20:11
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    2. Nintendo 64 News,
    3. Nintendo DS News,
    4. Nintendo 3DS News,
    5. Nintendo Wii News,
    6. Gameboy News,
    7. GBA News,
    8. Nes News,
    9. Wii U News,
    10. Nintendo Switch

    It seems that Nintendo are getting pissy against sites offering roms of their Systems, heres the news:


    • The sites are among the most notorious online hubs for pirated games, according to Nintendo, and face millions of dollars in potential damages. With the launch of NES Classic Games on their Nintendo Switch coming up soon in September, it means we are in for another wave of crackdowns by big 'N' over any site that offers Emulators or Retro ROMs for playing Nintendo games on other platforms.
      This week, Nintendo took two of these sites to court. In a complaint filed at a federal court in Arizona, the game publisher sues LoveROMS.com and LoveRETRO.co for copyright and trademark infringement.

      Both sites are believed to be operated by Jacob Mathias and his Arizona company Mathias Designs LLC. They offer access to a wide variety of ROMs, including many Nintendo games.

      “The LoveROMs and LoveRETRO websites are among the most open and notorious online hubs for pirated video games,” Nintendo writes in the complaint.

      “Through the LoveROMs and LoveRETRO websites, Defendants reproduce, distribute, publicly perform and display a staggering number of unauthorized copies of Nintendo’s video games, all without Nintendo’s permission.”

      In addition to the copyrighted games, the sites also distribute proprietary BIOS software, while using trademarked logos and characters, Nintendo notes.

      While some ROMs sites may be hobby projects, Nintendo sees these two sites as professional operations that profit from its works.

      “Defendants are not casual gamers but are instead sophisticated parties with extensive knowledge of Nintendo’s intellectual property and the video game industry more generally,” the company notes.

      Through the lawsuit, which also lists a count of unfair competition, Nintendo hopes to shut both sites down. The company requests statutory damages of $150,000 per infringing Nintendo game and up to $2,000,000 for each trademark infringement.

      This means that, with more than 140 copyrighted titles and 40 trademarks on the record, theoretical damages could go up to a staggering $100 million.

      Nintendo further requests a permanent injunction ordering the sites to stop their infringing activities while handing over domain names to the game publisher. At the same time, Nintendo wants the operator of the sites to reveal the sources for the infringing ROMs.
      Click to expand...
      As noted above, Nintendo is demanding a list of all 'uploaders' that filled up the site with these nasty illegal backup ROMs, so if you were nice sharing member, get ready to receive a letter if the site's owner caves into all the pressure from the lawyers, but so far he still fighting and operating the sites.

      NEWS SOURCE: Nintendo Sues Console ROM Sites For ‘Mass’ Copyright Infringement (via) TorrentFreak

      via
      https://www.maxconsole.com/threads/n...ngement.47524/
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    by Published on June 4th, 2018 19:31
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    2. Nes News

    Heres a nice bit of NES News:

    Babel Blox is a new NES game by Sly Dog Studios. A demo is now ready to download – the game itself might be commercial once done. In the land of Shinar, the people are building a tower to elevate themselves to the level of God. Take on the role of God, and scramble the language of the people and scatter them on the earth! Use twitch-style skills to recognize different languages and stop blocks from being added to the construction of the tower. Choose from a variety of languages to use, and get the people separated!

    via https://pdroms.de/nintendoentertainm...-demo-nes-game ...
    by Published on June 2nd, 2018 20:34
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    2. Snes News,
    3. Gameboy News,
    4. GBA News,
    5. Nes News

    Heres a new version of the multi nintendo system emulator:

    higan v106r34 is released. higan (formerly bsnes) is a Nintendo multi-system emulator that began development on 2004-10-14. It currently supports the following systems:
    - Famicom
    - Super Famicom
    - Game Boy
    - Game Boy Color
    - Game Boy Advance

    higan also supports the following subsystems:
    - Super Game Boy
    - BS-X Satellaview
    - Sufami Turbo

    higan Changelog:
    * Update to v106r34 release.

    byuu says:

    Changelog:

    - sfc/ppu-fast:
    - don't use mosaicSize unless mosaicEnable is set
    - fix background tiles that aren't 8x8 in size
    - flush (render) queued lines whenever VRAM or OAM are modified
    mid-frame
    - queue tile outputs to buffer for object rendering final pass
    - fix object window mask indexing
    - disable color bleed when output width is 256 pixels
    - handle reset(bool) events
    - implemented save states
    - icarus: fixed SPC7110-RAM-EPSONRTC mapping typo [hex_usr]
    - bsnes: fixed overscan masking mode when output height is 240

    Todo:

    - sfc/ppu-fast: should not have deleted the tilecache freeing in
    ~PPU()
    - ruby/input/carbon: change setPath() call to setPathID()

    Errata:

    - Rendering Ranger R2 crashes at startup, seems to be an issue with
    the expansion port device

    Bug reports on the new fast SNES PPU are now welcome.

    Download https://gitlab.com/higan/higan

    via http://www.emucr.com/2018/06/higan-v106r34.html ...
    by Published on June 1st, 2018 22:03
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    2. Snes News,
    3. Nes News

    weird news but here it is:


    • You own some SNES cartridges, but you only have NES console, well no problem, as you can now run SNES games on your original NES!
      Tom Murphy, aka Tom7, has found a way to manipulate NES cartridges so that they can truly outperform what would usually be expected from them. Tom hacks the circuit boards of these cartridges, equipping them with Raspberry Pi 3 mini-computers. The Pi plays host to a number of SNES ROMs which are all filtered through a special program, translating the necessary data into something the NES can read and essentially display on a TV.

      If you want to see all of this happening in action, check out the video below. The idea starts to take shape at around 5:40, and if you skip ahead to 16:12, you'll see Tom placing the finished NES cartridge into the system, allowing the NES to play the SNES classic Super Mario World. This is some kind of Back To The Future-style wizardry that goes well over our heads, but it's pretty amazing to see.
      Subscribe to Nintendo Life on

      This isn't the only interesting project that Tom7 has created, though. A few years back he created a computer program that could learn how to play NES games on its own, with just tiny amount of instruction from the player. Somehow, though, seeing Super Mario World be played on a NES just seems even more crazy. We're all used to Virtual Console, where retro games are played on newer systems, but reversing that is very interesting indeed.
      Click to expand...
      Now then, who's up for some Zelda: Breath of the Wild on Game Boy Color? -- Nah, I want to see Super Mario Odyssey for the newest console, the Nintendo Switch, running on my NES console, or better yet the NES Classic Mini, to prove you don't need the latest shit

      via https://www.maxconsole.com/threads/s...-on-nes.47096/
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    by Published on May 31st, 2018 20:39
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    2. Nes News

    Heres a nice release for the NES:

    Bootee is a brandnew Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) / Famicom game by The Mojon Twins! If you don’t, you should know, you will bounce… and bounce and bounce and bounce. Basically, you will control Cheril in a big leather boot hopping around a dark castle. Bouncing non-stop!

    via https://pdroms.de/nintendoentertainm...05-15-nes-game ...
    by Published on May 15th, 2018 21:37
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    2. Snes News,
    3. Nes News

    Havent got one of these yet so glad they are coming out again:

    Well, there you go, if you been waiting, searching, hunting for NES Classic so you can enjoy playing those wonderful retro games again from your childhood era, or to show your new family what video games are really all about, none of this boring running around killing people in Call of Duty, no its jumping over pipes, collecting coins, and not getting hit by falling barrels, true 100% fun in full 8-bit glory!

    The NES Classic Edition system is a miniaturized version of the groundbreaking NES, originally released in 1985.​
    Just plug the NES Classic Edition into your TV, pick up that gray controller, and rediscover the joy of NES games.

    What's in the box?

    • NES Classic Edition system
    • One NES Classic Controller
    • HDMI cable
    • AC adapter
    • 30 pre-installed games

    NES Classic Controller included
    Works with NES Virtual Console games on Wii U, too

    Play NES games the way they're meant to be played—with a full-size "original" controller. The included NES Classic Controller can also be used with NES Virtual Console games on your Wii™ or Wii U™ console by connecting it to a Wii Remote™ controller.

    Plus these fun features
    Save your game with Suspend Points

    Pick up right where you left off with four Suspend Point slots for each game. Just press the Reset button while playing to return to the HOME menu and save your progress to a slot. Have a perfect run going? You can lock your save file and resume at a later time so there's no danger of losing your progress.

    Choose your look with Display Modes

    • CRT filter: Looks like an old TV, scan lines and all.
    • 4:3: Gives you the original NES game look, with a slight horizontal stretch.
    • Pixel Perfect: Each pixel is a perfect square, so you see the games exactly as designed.


    A perfect gift for collectors or anyone who loves games! / Only $59.99(msrp) / NES Classic Edition returns June 29, 2018.​

    MORE INFO: --> https://www.nintendo.com/nes-classic/
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    by Published on March 9th, 2018 13:05
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    2. Nes News
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    Now this is different, a Nes Emulator that Runs in 3D, awesome news:

    3DNes V2 has been released with many new features and improvements, as you can see listed in the 'changelog' below, and incase you never heard of playing NES ROM's in 3D, check it out!
    3DNes Overview

    • Play NES games with an unique 3D experience
    • Support any display resolution - window mode or full screen
    • Support game speed adjustment
    • Support Save/Load states
    • Support zipped roms
    • Create your own 3D interpretation.
    • Share/Get 3D customizations at the 3DN Repository
    • Play with Virtual Reality Headsets Via Oculus or SteamVR - Pro Feature
    • Retina Rendering Mode - Pro Feature
    • Character Tracking Camera - Pro Feature

    Change Log

    • [Improvement][Pro] Virtual Reality Re-Implementation: positional tracking, short view distance -> you will truly feel the depth of everything
    • [New Feature][Pro] Retina Video Rendering Mode
    • [Improvement][Pro] Camera Tracking Mode
    • [New Feature] Light Direction And Intensity Customization
    • [New Feature] Shape Customization Properties: Offset, Rotation, Scale, Layer (5 layers), Geo (5 types), Transparency ...
    • [New Feature] Shape Animation and Deformation
    • [New Feature] Multi Instance : one 2D shape can be mapped to multi 3D sub-shapes
    • [New Feature] Texture Editor : Custom Texture is a must for sub-shapes to be any useful.
    • [New Feature] Scripting: the almighty tool to make the very final adjustment of shape properties before rendering
    • [New Feature] 3DN File Size Mass Reduction
    • [Improvement] Sound Emulation And Rendering Improved
    • [Improvement] Video Rendering Performance Optimized
    • [Modification] Trinus Plugin Removed
    • [Bad News][Backward Compatibility Breaking] V2 are not compatible with 3DN V1 files


    MORE INFO - OFFICIAL SITE: --> https://geod.itch.io/3dnes/devlog/26...nes-v2-release

    via http://www.maxconsole.com/threads/3d...mulator.46593/
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    by Published on December 14th, 2016 20:14
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    2. Nintendo 64 News,
    3. Nintendo DS News,
    4. Nintendo 3DS News,
    5. Nintendo Wii News,
    6. Snes News,
    7. Gameboy News,
    8. GBA News,
    9. Virtual Boy News,
    10. Nintendo Gamecube News,
    11. Nes News,
    12. Wii U News

    For the last year ive been away from DCEmu and once you step away its hard to get back but I decided a while back that its time to go back to basics and condense all the sites as far as I can, get rid of meaningless sites and then when I have it all as I want it, get back to newsposting like I used to years ago, with that in mind, all our Nintendo News is now going to be under one site, that means all the DS, 3DS, Wii, Wii U, Gamecube, N64, Snes, GBA, NES, GBC, GB and any future news will all be together.

    When I start posting news again we will host our files also and get back to the good old days.

    Heres the home of Nintendo News here at DCEmu --> http://nintendo-ds.dcemu.co.uk/ ...
    by Published on January 11th, 2015 20:03
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    2. Nes News

    A factory-sealed copy of ultra-rare 1987 NES game Stadium Events is currently on eBay for $40,000 (£26k).



    The title is considered to be the rarest officially-released game for the console due to it being recalled mere days after its initial 1987 launch.

    Stadium Events was released by Bandai as a test title for its Family Fun Fitness Control Mat - an early version of the technology now found in Dance Dance Revolution floor pads.
    But Nintendo bought the technology for itself, just as Stadium Events was being released. The company ordered an immediate return of existing copies so the game could be rebranded with Nintendo's updated version of the controller mat, now named as the NES Power Pad.
    2000 copies of the game were produced before the change occurred, although only 200 made it onto store shelves.
    Of those 200, only a handful were actually sold and made it into circulation. Of that handful, only two copies are known to still be in their original boxes. This is one of those two.
    The seller explains that he previously worked at Nintendo and has owned his copy since the early 1990s.
    "This listing is for a complete, excellent+/near mint, sealed copy of the game and the one of few to ever be sent to the Video Game Authority in Roswell, Georgia for official grading, verification and authentication," the seller explained.
    "Once the game arrived safely, the professionals at VGA gently cleaned the item, verified it, graded it and sealed it in a professional quality acrylic case where it will remain for the rest of its life."
    Bidding on the item originally began at $5000. The sale is due to conclude in just under a week's time.

    Aution Here --> http://rover.ebay.com/rover/1/710-53...mtid=824&kw=lg
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