If you've got an ATI card you might try looking at the GroovyMame build, paired with some modified ATI drivers you can have around 200 native resolutions with dynamically generated modelines for essentially 100% native refresh rates/resolutions on most games.
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I'm always looking for good drone and ambient. So agreed; make a torrent, link us.
Thought? I was STILL thinking about it until your post D:
They're just waiting to make the first post from the device be a first post on a story.
I saw the headline and my first instinct was to look for the 'ohnoitsroland' tag...
Never thought I'd miss the guy.
Storing the game on a flash chip sounds conspicuously like games based on cartridge technology.
Starting to come full circle, eh?
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