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Reviewed: Connectix Virtual GameStation
Developer/Publisher: Connectix
Genre Type: Playstation Emulator
ESP: $49.99
Required System: PII266MHz, 32MB RAM, 75MB HD, 16-Bit Videocard, DX6.1
Reviewer's System: K6-3 450MHz, 128MB RAM, GeForce 2 GTS, SBLive!, Win98, DX7.0a
Related Games: bleem!
ESRB Rating: None
Overall Rating:
Author: Michael Ahlf       Date: July 22nd, 2000
Page: 1


Emulation is something seen all over the web nowadays, and one of the hottest areas (largely due to its age and popularity) is the emulation of Playstation games. Two companies are trying to make money off emulating this console: Bleem! goes for the gamers wanting increased quality out of specific titles by enabling modern video hardware in the PC, boosting the resolution and visual wonders of the games. Connectix went for compatibility: display is limited to the playstation-native resolutions and 2D visuals, but the list of playable titles is far longer than that of Bleem!.

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Reviewer:  Michael Ahlf
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