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+ - Rotting Video Game Heritage->

Submitted by CFBMoo1
CFBMoo1 (157453) writes "Article describes how older video games are getting harder and harder to preserve. Problems like emulators not being perfect and even the emulators themselves becoming obsolete and they may not be able to preserve emulators and games properly as technology moves forward. Story also touches on the copyright aspect of preserving games."
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Rotting Video Game Heritage

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