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So did N64 emulation ever get there in the end?

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Or is it still pants pie?
And do we still need to have an N64 pad and converter to get the best out of it?

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Define "got there in the end". Moost people say that control-wise, the best is still an N64 pad and an adapter, but personally, I do just fine with a PS2/3-style pad.

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all games emulated full speed no bugs etc.

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Not even close. Project64 1.7 is more or less in perpetual beta and even that doesn't emulate all the games, with or without bugs. Same with all the other N64 emulators.

Well, with Project64 1.6 and Glide64, most games are working just fine.

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I fancied a bit of excite bike..

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IIRC, Excite Bike 64 isn't very well emulated, no matter what you try. It's not a total loss, but I think youšll have a lot more fun with the original Excite Bike on the NES.

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Any update on nintendo 64 gaming on pc? Would love to play some old classics again, Lost my old 64 in a break up a long time ago :mad0:

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Not really. Provided that you have Project64 and a good ROM, N64 emulation on PC works just fine, except for a few kinks.

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To be honest, I wouldn't call it "Emulation". The N64 is high level emulated (more or less complex simulation). N64 emulation in MESS was really progressing with mooglyguy working on it (despite being an asshole, he is good). But progress has slowed to a crawl.




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