Technological Grail Quest and some reviews too.

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Ok, so you know what would be great, is a way to play XBox, PS, and NES games on my PC.  I don’t want to have the PC version of the thing, I want a way to put in a game disk, and play it using a USB controller.  I have read about XBMC and XMBC (I believe they are both the same but for different OS’s).  I want a  single streamlined media center box, that I can use to watch my movies (DVD/BR), play music CD’s, and play console games.  I don’t want a stack of game systems, and a bunch of other equipment just to have my entertainment.  The game console makers should understand that I would buy the emulation software for my particular port if it were available, but they just don’t get it.

I am sure I can do this on the wrong side of the copyright law.  I can build a Linux based system that will read all the various formats and give me what I want.  The point is I shouldn’t have to, and I don’t want to, I want to do it using their software.  Yet they are not farsighted enough to see that.  So here I go again, decompiling their emulation software and recompiling it for use on my Linux Media Center Personal Computer (LMCPC).

It is their loss if you ask me.


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