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Old 12-27-2004, 11:54 PM   #1
Keith
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Default Some Spotlight Interviews

Well it's been about 7 months since our last Developer Spotlight interview so I decided to start them up again.

Today we have two interviews online. One is an interview with schtruck the FPSEce developer and the other is an interview with Daniel Vik from blueMSX.

I have some more coming soon.

http://www.emufanatics.com/developers.php

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Old 12-28-2004, 09:36 PM   #2
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Default Re: Some Spotlight Interviews

Another developer spotlight interview up for those interested.

Imran Nazar - DSemu Developer
http://www.emufanatics.com/developer...potlight&id=15

(also if the moderators consider this spam then feel free to delete.)

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Old 12-28-2004, 09:49 PM   #3
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Default Why don't you ask hard-hitting questions?

> Imran Nazar - DSemu Developer
> http://www.emufanatics.com/developer...potlight&id=15

You know, instead of verbally going down on this guy who really has done fuck-all with regards to emulation, and apparently considers "not changing a goddamn thing" to be worthy of releasing a new version of an emulator? Or perhaps, why not ask him how it's possible to get "burned out" (as he claims to be) on his agenda of adding nothing to the emulator and releasing new versions with that same nothingness changed? Or maybe you might have asked him where he gets off, being condescending on his front page about "maybe people don't know this" but the DS uses the GBA's video chipset for 2D graphics, as if that changes the fact that he's really done jackshit? The man (and I use that term loosely) has done nothing but reinvent the wheel with a GBA emulator - a shitty one - completely overlooking the fact that in no way is emulating the GBA anywhere near the hard part about emulating the DS? That's like saying that emulating the GBA is getting close to GameCube emulation because you can link the two together. Newsflash: DS games are encrypted (which still needs to be fully broken), the DS has 3D hardware (which has still yet to have any documentation apart from register listings, and not even descriptions of the registers, released), the DS has an additional ARM processor (don't get me wrong, ARM7 to ARM9 isn't a big leap, but processor synchronization issues are), then you have the new sound hardware, and so on. It's pretentious as fuck to say that because you can emulate the GBA poorly that you're well on the way to emulating the DS.

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Old 12-29-2004, 04:28 AM   #4
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Default Re: Some Spotlight Interviews

> Another developer spotlight interview up for those
> interested.
>
> Imran Nazar - DSemu Developer
ht> tp://www.emufanatics.com/developers.php?func=spotlight&id=15

What has he done that warrants an interview?

Good job on the first one though.

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Old 12-29-2004, 08:04 AM   #5
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Default Re: Some Spotlight Interviews

One more for those that are interested. This time around with olaf - olafnes Developer.

http://www.emufanatics.com/developer...potlight&id=16

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