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NES/SNES/PSX Emulators - (Dreaded EVO / Epic Comparison)

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Dillinger, Sep 3, 2010.

  1. Dillinger

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    Please bear with me but for those of you who have used either the Evo, the Epic, or even both, I'd be curious to hear how you felt the NES/SNES/PSX emulators ran on each phone respectively?

    I am still torn after all the reading I have done. Quite frankly my biggest worry about the Epic at this point is the lack of support in the future, but it def has some features I do like.. (Mainly the GPU / Processing)

    Thanks for any emulator input!
     

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    Hey, I have used snesoid light and droidemulite, and both work pretty good other then games that require certain types of multi touch, for instance megaman you have to hold down a button to charge ur weapon and you wouldn't be able to move forward and jump at the same time.
     
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    I love the emulators on the epic because of the physical keyboard! I never planned on using the keyboard for anything until I installed all the emulators and mapped the keys to what felt comfortable. (plus I don't like having that virtual dpad etc printed on my screen.

    example of my binds (this is actually really comfortable for me lol)

    This is actually the GBA emulator but I have the other ones aswell, I hated having to touch my screen. <3 keyboard.
    http://i478.photobucket.com/albums/rr147/Punkfs/adasfsaf.jpg
     
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    I found it more. Difficult on the Epic than the Moment to use the keyboard as the d-pad because its not diamond shaped like on the moment. So I use the on screen d-pad instead which works reasonably well. I have all the other on screen buttons hidden. I only have the d-pad at bottome and trigger buttons at the top
     

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