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ZeroGame v0.50 Multi-Console Emulator FrontEnd for PS3 Linux!

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241w ago - Once and awhile something very cool slips by unreported, and today that happens to be the ZeroGame v0.50 multi-console emulator frontend for PS3 Linux (YDL) via OtherOS- sorry PlayStation 3 Slim owners.

Created by ZeroJay, below is a video of it in action demonstrating the following videogame consoles emulated at these timestamps:

GameBoy Advance (GBA): 0:58, GameBoy (GB): 1:32, Multiple Arcade Machine Emulator (MAME): 2:05, TurboGrafx-16 (TG-16): 2:41, Sega Genesis: 3:19, Super Nintendo (SNES): 4:01 and the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES): 5:10.

Download: [Register or Login to view links] / ZeroGame v0.51 for PS3 Linux / ZeroGame v0.52 for PS3 Linux / [Register or Login to view links] / [Register or Login to view links] / [Register or Login to view links] [Mirror]

To quote from the video's caption: "In this video I am testing out The zerogame...
 

Analyst: Next-next-gen Gaming coming in 2010

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334w ago - Remember when the term "next generation" meant systems like the N64 and original PlayStation? Those were the days. Now the term next generation can only be legally applied to the post-PSWii60 systems that are no doubt being planned as we speak.

While no one knows anything for sure about these units yet, that hasn't stopped Pacific Crest Securities analyst Evan Wilson from predicting a 2010 start date for the next console cycle.

Talking about EA's bullish revenue projections, Wilson let slip to Gamespot that he believes Nintendo will launch first, followed by Microsoft later in the year (no word on when the assumed PS4 will come).

On the portable side, Wilson also predicts the next round of Nintendo DS and Sony PSP hardware will appear sometime in 2010, though it's not clear whether he's calling for a new chipset or just another redesign.

If these predictions pan out, that means you only have 687 to 1051 days to save up for a very expensive year.
 

XCM Multi-Console Component Cable v3 chart and new video!

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345w ago - The guys at www.XCM.cc let us know they have now posted a comparison chart (below) and new video of their XCM Multi-Console Component Cable v3!

For those interested, a recap of all the features are below as well:

- Fully Compatible with Xbox 360, Wii, PS3/PS2, PSP Slim, Xbox.
- Built in switch prevents interference of other consoles
- High quality shielded cable.
- Support Component Signal (Stereo Function)
- High Quality and High Speed for Transfer Signal.
- Support Dolby Prologic.
- Support DTS 5.1 Channel System.
- Support DOLBY Digital and Surround Sound
- Support Stereo Sound
- Support Optical Signal on Xbox 360
- Compatible with Surround Receiver or Integrated Amplifier
- Support CRT, Plasma, LCD or any HDTV System
- Support D2 (480i/480P); (720i/720P) & D4 (1080 i/ 1080 P) technology.
 

XCM Multi-Console Component Cable V3 arrives!

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345w ago - The folks at www.XCM.cc have let us know their new XCM Multi-Console Component Cable V3 is due to arrive this week.

Features include:

- Fully Compatible with Xbox 360, Wii, PS3/PS2, PSP Slim, Xbox.
- Built in switch prevents interference of other consoles
- High quality shielded cable.
- Support Component Signal (Stereo Function)
- High Quality and High Speed for Transfer Signal.
- Support Dolby Prologic.
- Support DTS 5.1 Channel System.
- Support DOLBY Digital and Surround Sound
- Support Stereo Sound
- Support Optical Signal on Xbox 360
- Compatible with Surround Receiver or Integrated Amplifier
- Support CRT, Plasma, LCD or any HDTV System
- Support D2 (480i/480P); (720i/720P) & D4 (1080 i/ 1080 P) technology.
 
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