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identityno commented on 06 Jun 2007
Why? Why is it that, on even a rudimentary, slow, old PC running the worst OS ever (any version of Windows), Visual Boy works fine, everything is great, and you can play the games you want? But, under OS X-- which is superior in every way-- using a dual G4 machine which should be ample to emulate the GBA, everything works like bloody stool, you can't save your game, there aren't many options for customizing the performance, and there are repeated glitches, crashes, etc, and clearly no multiprocessor support? It makes me very angry. No updates for years, what's up with this? I thought OS X was a great development platform? And the only other GBA emulator that I've found is, at least, just as bad, but with different problems (and that guy expects you to cough up $30 if you want to use a gamepad and have dodgy fullscreen support, even though his app barely struggles to kind of work, and he is very defensive, telling you that if there are problems, he doesn't care. It is enough to make you want to freak out. It is verging on a form of abuse, in my mind. I'd gladly pay to have GBA games running on my computer in a form that is useable. I want them on a large screen, and not on a little one. What is the problem? Why doesn't anyone care? How come, though I must use OS X because I can't possibly stand Windows even for a second, OS X gamers are treated like a used bit of toilet tissue?
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