How to play the BEST Emulators and Games 2021

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I am taking a look at the best ways for you to EMULATE and play all the GAMES you possibly can in 2021. Using the latest Technology that is available to us so you can get the best possible experience while you play all your games, from old to the latest games and Nintendo, Sega and PlayStation consoles! PLUS, plenty more...

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00:00 A FUNNY
00:36 INTRO
03:29 RETROPIE GAMING
13:00 MINI CONSOLES
16:12 ORIGINAL HARDWARE
24:30 PC GAMING AND EMULATION
33:16 WHY USE FPGA?
38:25 WHAT IS FPGA?
41:22 WHAT CAN IT DO NOW?
47:39 WHAT AM I USING?
49:18 OUTRO

Let me know what other systems, games or emulators you would like tested next :D

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RETROPIE:

Raspberry Pi
Odroid
Latte Panda
RetroPie Official Website-
Dwayne Hurst YT Channel ( Great guy for getting you setup on RetroPie)

MINI CONSOLES:

Sega Mini
PlayStation Mini
TG16 Mini
SNK Mini

ORIGINAL HARDWARE/CONSOLES/COMPUTERS:

Stone Age Gamer (Very trusted seller for mod parts, carts, etc)
RetroRGB-
My Life in Gaming-
BitHead 1000-

PC EMULATION:

Modern Vintage Gamer-
Build an Emulation Machine for 300 Bucks-
My Channel is full of all kinds of this from Emulation to Front Ends etc

FPGA NEWS, HELP and LINKS:

UK Based Trusted seller-
MiSTer Github (source, guides and info)-
MiSTer Forum-
Pezz 82-
SmokeMonster-
Amoore2600-

MY SETUP

8Bitdo Controllers

If I missed anything, let me know, I'm rusty at all this and I know I will have forgotten loads!


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WARNING!:
This video in regards to Emulation is made to encourage you to play your BACKUPS. In other words, THE GAMES WHICH YOU ALREADY OWN!. Please do not emulate any games which you do not already have on any systems which you do not own. Unless of course they are abandon/free-ware due to license or age.

Emulation for me is not about playing games I do not own. It is about playing games on another platform. In fact on my PC at 4k internal resolution 60fps with one controller... not having 200+ consoles set up with 600+ controllers tangled up!

ESPECIALLY, do not sell anything to do with this scene or be stupid enough to buy anything from this scene. Support Developers (especially SEGA) and pay for what you play!


CREDITS:

Viva La Dirt League (PC funny)
Chad Warden (OG Console Funny)
Joey Pocket (SNK Console Funny)
Minecraft Kid


MUSIC:

Robocop 3 - Title_Dutch Breeze Remix (C64 Game)
OC ReMix - Donkey Kong Country 'Focus' [Fear Factory] by DarkSim
OC ReMix - Final Fantasy XI Online 'Paradis' [Heavens Tower] by mv (Xavier Dang)
Sonic Cd Temporal Duality - Starway Stardust Speedway by djpretzel

MENTIONS:
YOU for being so supportive while I been missing for so long!
RetroPie Community
FPGA AWESOME community especially Sorgelig
Plus all the devs of all the emulators EVER. You do a great job!

Please, if I missed anyone who would like to be part of the credits, please let me know and I will add. I do not take credit for much of the gameplay used in this video.

#GAMING #EMULATOR #FPGA

💬 Comments
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Well if there is one thing I love... its making videos like this. I just love everything to do with games. Now I can change and be on camera on the coming videos... I'm loving it! Channel is going to transform in the next coming months. In a good way, I just want to cover more things I know you will love. But first I need to get my ass a camera so you can see it hehehe.
Sorry, this one had taken so long to come out. It was hard work setting everything up again. Eyes still not 100% and sometimes it's a lil hard to talk normally. So I'm afraid I had to heavily edit this one to make some kinda sense. In the future meds will get less and I will be back on form. Thank you much to everyone for all the support you have shown me while I have been away. I'm so sorry I couldn't tell you why, but Im sure you understand the reason why. I don't like to do the sympathy thing, or use it to gain subs. BUT, it's all done now, and NOW, it is AMAZING to get back to making and doing what I love. Just making really long boring videos!
I MISSED YOU ALL BLOODY MUCH <3 <3 <3
VIDEO FUCKUPS:
- PS3 Game I was playing wasnt Dark Souls - It was Demon's Souls... I always have that in my head for some reason after being ruined by it.
Sorry!

Author — Simply Austin

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Great vid .Can't wait until you start making more regular content again Austin .Looking forward to those FPGA Mister tutorials as well as the reg updates on all the other emulation and console stuff.

Author — ree

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Absolutely fantastic stuff. Even though I've been tinkering with emulators for a while now, it's still nice to get this kind of overview, as well as the reminder that emulation si a very wide field with no single way to do it all 'properly.'
That set-up at the end is the stuff of techie dreams!

Author — HdE's Totally Unoriginal Gaming Show

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I can tell a lot of love and effort went into the making of this video. Keep them coming. Would love to see your other setups.

Author — Luka Vuk

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I am very interested in seeing more content relating to emulation overall (FPGA, polymega etc), everything has changed so much! I have missed your content. Glad that you are back Austin.

Author — PenguinSushi

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I mean, what else did I expect? Awesome in-depth video, with thought and passion put into it. Austin, it's great to have you back.

Author — Romando

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So glad your back, my favourite go to emulation channel is up and running again happy days. Stay strong Austin your passion for making videos is second to none, we love you man and hope your recovery is going well.

Author — VGM aka The Video Game Man

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Hello Austin, your videos are amazing! I was wondering if you'll create a guide for clueless people like me who wouldn't know how to configure and do a full setup, including details that a tech-savy would take for granted while explaining to others. I appreciate it! keep up the great work.

Author — Transcending the Dyad

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Hey Austin, great that you're back! Also, a quick question regarding lag and input delay; would you, wherever possible, always recommend a freesync monitor? One that allows emulation to update at the original refresh rates? Or is the difference minimal?

Author — Andy

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It's a great time to be alive for emulation gaming. From pushing the limits with Ryujinx, Yuzu, Cemu, RPCS3 to retro homebrews, achievements, HD remakes, online multiplayer, and so much more.

Author — Cyan DnB

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Thanks so much for putting the extensive video together. Your editing of old commercials is much appreciated and adds to the joy of gaming in bringing nostalgia in. Your knowledge is supreme man.

Author — hoonhog28

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Hey, that's a really nice video ! I haven't seen such a big emulation tour anywhere so far, thank you. Would you consider to do such a tour for on-the-go emulation possibilities such as the retroboy, RG350 and PSP homebrew scene ?

Author — Luca Rosania

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Your channel brings me back to my childhood memory. The '80s, '90s was the best time for me and I was lucky to have experienced the arcade era. Thank you for that.

Author — KK Lum

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I instantly fell in love with that fpga in an Amiga! I have an old A1200 sans psu, and was considering putting a raspberry pi in it. Now I have to look into replicating what you've done here. It's absolutely awesome! Thank you for making this.

Author — Stimorolication

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Thanks Austin, you've been a great teacher for me. So many games so little time.

Author — liebebryanify

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So glad you’re back Austin. Excellent video, as always. I look forward to more information on FPGA.

Author — Colin Ames

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Austin, subject suggestion: modern engines for old games (ie: doom legacy, zdoom, scummvm, or the great work behind silent hill 2 on pc to keep it alive)

Author — Pedro Schürmann

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It was great getting stuck in. Loved to watch this video.

Awesome intro for beginners and good hype for me as an experienced retro gamer.

I'd like to see how exactly you incorporated cart support into your setup

Author — extremawesomazing

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Great video, I always love your enthusiasm for the hobby. Personally, I have all of my original consoles... but almost never go through the hassle of removing them from storage to hook up. Some are even next to impossible to hook up any more. I have emulators on my phone, since emulated games are often far far better then any of the current cash grab junk that gets released any more on phones. Though the lack of me carrying around physical controls tends to limit what I am willing to play on it.
Mainly I play on PC. I have an PC built for emulation I made in a reasonably stylish SFF case so i can justify having it hooked up to the main TV. I also made a nice little front end for media consumption, so it can be used for things other then just emulation. I also use my laptop when I travel, so I can have my full library no matter where in the world I end up on business. Lately I have also been using the EmuVR "frontend" with my Quest hooked up to the laptop so i can play my games in a virtual room and not bug anyone. The nostalgia factor with that combo is also very nice.

Author — acdbrn2000

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Personally i loved the rasp pi, for arcade emulation you really cant compare the price performance.I even built an arcade cabinet with a rpi 3 inside

Author — Willian Monteiro Pires