nintendo ds emulator

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  1. tdfharbinger

    tdfharbinger New Member

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    is it possible
  2. Manic Nimrod

    Manic Nimrod Well-Known Member

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    Check the emu sub forums, there is a thread in there about this

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  3. steeped

    steeped New Member

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    Yeah, it's possible, but not on the Touch.
  4. swillard8

    swillard8 New Member

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    it could be, if you got the bios right, a custom made one for the touch which fits the prcessing power. The controls would be sh*t. Get a DS, they own anywayz.
  5. steeped

    steeped New Member

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    The processing speed of the touch isn't strong enough, maybe if it lags and had a crappy frame rate which is almost like staring at pictures rather than a moving image than maybe.
  6. blurx

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    Maybe next generation.
  7. heyitsnatedawg

    heyitsnatedawg New Member

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    Agreed. Trying to get something with that frame rate would be almost impossible.

    The reason GBA and NES emulators run so well is because the game run on low-memory and require way lay frames then a DS would.
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    They're also not 3D intensive.
    Or don't need 2 screens.
    And two processors.

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