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NEWS SNEeSe InterViewed! - June 24, '99
Well, with all these talk about SNEeSe, don't you think it was about time I got a new InterView going? Well, this time the microphone is placed in front of Charles Bilyue', the author who adopted SNEeSe and brought it back to life. In this InterView we talk about the new SNEeSe and some Nintendo issues related to [...more]
NEWS Mike Balfour InterViewed! - February 23, '99
Possibly one of the most overlooked MAME developers, Mike Balfour has contributed over 20 MAME drivers and has made many contributions to the scene. He has also been part of projects like GoldenApple and even others you probably haven't even heard of. Recently he even published his own semi-emulator which will put [...more]
NEWS Jamsponge InterViewed! - February 20, '99
One of the most constantly released emulators in the last few days have been Jamsponge's HU6280. The latest news have brought us the Windows version of this PC Engine / Turbografx16 emulator. Read on this InterView, to find out what the future of HU6280 looks like. Released source? CD Emulation? You may find out what [...more]
NEWS InterView with Neil Bradley - February 19, '99
Two times InterViewed already and certainly not shy to answering questions, Neil Bradley is once again put under the EV spotlight as I asked him a few questions about his latest doings and undoings. If you want to know the latest and greatest details about Retrocade, Windows Retrocade and what's next for Retrocade, [...more]
NEWS Telekawaru InterViewed! - February 12, '99
Well, there has not been a lot of stuff happening today, so how about an InterView to give you something to read? This time, the InterViewee position goes to Telekawaru. He has been in charge of the DOS port of Snes9X for a while now, and he wanted to answer a few questions, so sure enough, I sent them to him. In [...more]
NEWS Nicola Salmoria InterViewed! - February 4, 1999
By far the most popular emulator, MAME, has been carefully developed by an elite group of C programmers with one goal, to preserve our Arcade History. Going back to its roots, when it was just one man, we find Nicola Salmoria, the foundation of what probably got you into the world of emulation. With no needed introduction, [...more]
NEWS Carl-Henrik Skårstedt InterViewed! - February 1, 1999
Together with the previously InterViewed Magnus Danielson, Carl-Henrik Skårstedt has been working in various emulation projects such as Shark and MAME. He's worked hard getting some of the sound chips emulated that had brought you some of the best music in MAME, as well as the recently released Shark which emulates [...more]
NEWS Ernesto Corvi InterViewed! - January 27, '99
Ernesto Corvi has been surprising us with great additions to the biggest emulator of all, MAME. Games like Double Dragon, King of Boxer, Karate Champ, Pacmania, Super Punch Out are just some of the drivers he has worked on in MAME, after his experiences with Super Wild Card, one of the first SNES emulators (if not [...more]
NEWS InterView with Phil Stroffolino - January 18, '99
Phil Stroffolino has contributed numerous drivers to the biggest emulator of them all, MAME. Games like Double Dragon, Renegade, Rolling Thunder and the System16 series come to mind and we think of the hard work involved in making those classic games work. Of course, we were interested in having Phil InterViewed so [...more]
NEWS Gollum InterViewed! - January 14, '99
Gollum has made a couple of emulators including the popular Boycott, which emulates the Nintendo Gameboy. Among his other projects are NEScott, Mascott and PCott which targets to emulate a PC. We decided to ask him a few questions in the old EV tradition and here are the answers as provided by Frelat Julien, better known [...more]
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