OpenEmu now emulates Nintendo 64 and PlayStation
Let’s get back in the background, OpenEmu is an arcade and retro game emulator that works on Apple’s OS X. It has recently been updated to version 2.0.1 with support for 16 new consoles, great news for video game lovers who like to recall our classics without having to resort to our old relics in the form of a console that are rather already an ornament. Among many other new consoles we now find PlayStation, Nintendo 64, PlayStation Portable, ColecoVision and Intellivision. This new version of OpenEmu 2.0.1 has also updated its user interface and many more things that we tell you as always here, in iPhone News.
And it is that everything was not going to stop there, now you can rewind the game in real time, as well as the native support for SteelSeries Nimbus and Stratus XL controllers so you can get the most out of your console classics with the best feeling. The performance improvements are also notable and the bug fixes could not be missing in this new version of OpenEmu. This is the list of new emulated consoles:
- Atari 5200
- Atari 7800
- Atari Lynx
- Famicom DS
- Nintendo 64
- Now CD
- Sony PSP
- Sony PlayStation
Now it has a graphical interface extremely similar to that of iTunes that blends perfectly with Mac OS X. Furthermore, it now allows us to access and order our ROMs much better, as well as play several at the same time, although I don’t know exactly who you can play two games at the same time or what use it will be. Now also, OpenEmu offers OpenGL scaling that will slightly improve the graphical capabilities of the resulting emulation. If you have not tried OpenEmu yet, it may be a good time to do so, its download is free and requires any Mac with OS X 10.11 or higher.