BattleChess is fun, and works with the latest rev of NES emu.I'm hooked on Monopoly. It's not very timing-intensive, so i can make sure my fat fingers hit the correct button or pick the correct option without any worries of getting killed.
plus it passes time like no other.
where do you guys get your roms from?
i can't seem to find them anywhere on the internet...
No, I thought it was, but it's not.I thought it was only illegal if you didn't own the original game? I could be wrong. Probably just wishful thinking. isn't it the same as sharing music?!
Ahh, thanks for that link, interesting information rxmxsh.
True, but it's not like Nintendo is still selling NES games.... Are they?Ahh, thanks for that link, interesting information rxmxsh.
"Therefore, whether you have an authentic game or not, or whether you have possession of a Nintendo ROM for a limited amount of time, i.e. 24 hours, it is illegal to download and play a Nintendo ROM from the Internet."
How ridiculous. What could Nintendo possibly do about it?
"People Making Nintendo Emulators and Nintendo ROMs are Helping Publishers by Making Old Games Available that are No Longer Being Sold by the Copyright Owner. This Does Not Hurt Anyone and Allows Gamers to Play Old Favorites. What's the Problem?
The problem is that it's illegal. Copyrights and trademarks of games are corporate assets. If these vintage titles are available far and wide, it undermines the value of this intellectual property and adversely affects the right owner."
In other words, they cant make money off of it.
I guess, but to me it's not the same as selling the cartridge. How much are they on the Wii console?Yes, actually Nintendo are still selling their old software library through thw Wii's Virtual Console application. They offer vintage games by Namco, Capcom, SNK, Sega and basically anything released on the Genesis, TurboGrafx, NeoGeo, Snes, NES, anf rumor has it, soon the Dreamcast.
Ya they pretty much closed the book on internet roms now that they are still being sold. Meh...