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NEWS InterView with FB's Dave - May 11, '01
I'm very proud to have a new InterView on the site after such a long time without one, and this time I'm happy to have the opportunity to get Final Burn's Dave and ask him a few question. Dave really needs no introduction, although I must say most people don't actually know him well. His actions have been surrounded [...more]
NEWS InterView with Kyle Davis! - December 17, '00
As you probably know, Bliss recently rocked the emulation scene, being the first publically and freely available Intellivision emulator. The author, Kyle Davis, was very happy to allow to be InterViewed here at EmuViews. So, if you want to learn more about this emulator, just read on! Here it is, an InterView with Kyle [...more]
NEWS Randy Hoffman InterViewed! - September 14, '00
Not so long ago, a site by the name of MAME Targets emerged from out of nowhere, building a huge resource of information where all games not supported by MAME are, or will be listed. The man behind this great site is none other than Randy Hoffman, a MAMEDEV whom spends a lot of time and effort in making sure his site [...more]
NEWS Michael Beaver (Mimic) InterViewed! - August 27, '00
Mimic is one of recent Multi-Arcade emulators that have recently appeared on the emulation scene. While Michael Beaver, author, did not originally intend to, it has actually become a multi-arcade and multi-console emulator with external drivers that should make development for it much easier. Read on as Michael and [...more]
NEWS Thierry Lescot InterViewed! - February 14, '00
During the very first week of EmuViews existence, this very same icon was used for the first ever InterView at EmuViews. Thierry Lescot, then actively working on System 16, was gracious enough to honor us with his answers to a few questions. With the recent posting at the EV Board by Spooky and others, and recent renewed [...more]
NEWS Mike Green InterViewed! - November 11, '99
Although we've all read about RetroFX, Mike Green was the first author to ever release an emulator that would play 're-touched' versions of the game, while still having an emulation core taking care of the gameplay. Thus, a new type of emulator was born, named PacManDX. While we have just learned that the project will [...more]
NEWS InterView - ContraSF - September 23, '99
When many of us thought that UltraHLE's speed would be unparalleled for a long time, out of nowhere comes Corn. Corn is a brand new Nintendo 64 emulator which also employs High Level Emulation to get great speeds on regular computers today. I decided to ask the author, ContraSF for an InterView and he gladly accepted. [...more]
NEWS anticupid talks to the Raine team - July 27, '99
JoseQ here... Most likely the second most popular emulator available today is Raine. With the biggest number of otherwise unemulated games in its supported list, Raine stands out to be an amazing emulator that we've all come to love (and servers have come to hate). One of our correspondants, anticupid, has taken [...more]
NEWS InterView with Jerremy Koot! - July 7, 1999
One of the most prominent SNES emulators around is with no doubt, SNES9X. With DOS, Windows and many other ports available, it is the most widely available emulator for that platform. The main guy behind it, Jerremy Koot has been working for a long time on it, starting on a Pentium 133 machine, working towards an [...more]
NEWS Pac-Man Fever InterView! - June 24, '99
If you've heard any Arcade Classic Video Game related sound track, most likely you've heard "Pac-Man Fever". Author of one of the most popular Video Game songs in history, Jerry Buckner, of Buckner & Garcia has taken the time to answer a few questions for us in regards to the song, and emulation. Find out what may [...more]
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