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Playing three different light gun games at once in VR looks wild

Playing House Of The Dead with a light gun in each hand down the arcade is impressive, no doubt, but can you play House Of The Dead while playing Duck Hunt while playing Time Crisis? The emulator EmuVR, which plays ye olde PC and console games inside a mock-retro bedroom in VR, added light gun support this week in style. Players can not only play…

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Handheld History makes all those ridiculous LCD games available for free

If you're of a particular age, you can remember growing up with handheld video game system that were each dedicated to one singular title. You usually you could move your character between three locations on screen and, if you were lucky, fire a weapon. Tamagotchi was the most universal experience, but some of us only got to experience Double Dragon on the school bus via…

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Metroid Prime In Cybervisors With Dolphin VR Emulator

Graham once described emulation as the "similarly shady cousin of piracy, but where one means you don't give money to currently jobbing developers, the other is often an act of preserving and making accessible games that otherwise would be borderline or outright unplayable." The open-sourced Gamecube and Wii emulator Dolphin - bringing time-honoured Nintendo games to PC - fits this bill, and its latest Dolphin…

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Witness The Witness Remade In 8-Bitness

In the great tradition of taking something cool and then reducing it to its most basic elements while simultaneously challenging what made it cool in the first place, someone has made an NES version of The Witness It's a curious thing, because at first glance The Witness is a game about tracing lines through grids so that you can trace different lines through different grids.…

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DOSBox, We Salute You

It is impossible to overstate quite how much open source emulator DOSBox has done for PC gaming. Without the tireless efforts of its volunteer staff, vast tracts of PC gaming history would be all but lost to us and our fancy modern operating systems. Yeah, the likes of Steam and GoG may be keeping olden classics in print, but c'mon - they're doing it for…

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