Jaguar emulator

Gallstaff

Member
I'm not askin for them i'm just sharing with you my frustration: I can't find any roms god dammit. Guess i'm gonna have to keep searchin, no i'm not askin for them just sayin...
 

racketboy

Member
Doesn't the Jaguar play CDs too?

What good games are on the system that aren't availible on the more "popular" systems?
 

Curtis

Member
Tempest 2000 was supposed to be one of the better titles.

Oh yeah, and the regular Jaguar didn't play CD's, but there was a CD addon for it - much like the old Sega CD
 

archiver

New Member
Yup, that's the Jag CD, alright. All these years, and the thing still looks like a big black toilet ;-) BTW kids, note the cord length on the controller - that's pretty accurate on how long they were.

I agree, it *is* time the Jag started getting some attention, hopefully we'll see it mature in the same manner as SNES, Genesis, and PSX emulation.
 

Unabommer

New Member
Originally posted by Gallstaff@Oct. 08 2002, 7:28 pm

I'm not askin for them i'm just sharing with you my frustration: I can't find any roms god dammit. Guess i'm gonna have to keep searchin, no i'm not askin for them just sayin...
I agree... I wish I had kept any of my JagCD games
... try Direct Connect, they seem to have anything and everything... at least Sega ISO related... sorry to get on the topic of ISOs, but figured i'd try and help heh
 

sizone

New Member
archiver Posted on Oct. 09 2002, 10:22 am

I agree, it *is* time the Jag started getting some attention, hopefully we'll see it mature in the same manner as SNES, Genesis, and PSX emulation.

i doubt it

i doubt it'll even get the level of attention that n64 emulation recieved
 

Fabrizo

New Member
Like Gallstaff, I can't find any roms either. I've only found a handful of them, and none have been compatible. Oh well. back to searching.
 

Nadius

Member
I tried to get into the jaguar, but i just couldn't after buying and playing checkered flag. What a crappy game, i'd rather play rad racer, that was fun. Anyway, were there any worthy games besides tempest?

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btw, fabrizo, i don't mean to be mean or anything, it's just that you've been consistantly misspelling "either", and also "seems", it doesn't bother me, but just letting you know.
 

archiver

New Member
re: i doubt it

i doubt it'll even get the level of attention that n64 emulation recieved


If you mean public interest, I wouldn't expect it to get the same level of attention (or hype) as N64 emulation, no.

What I meant by it's time it got some attention, is that it's nice someone's interested in emulating the system, despite how popular it may/may not be. There's no reason it couldn't mature in a similar manner - there's only one person working on Gens, and look at how far that's come.

I've already seen a few lame comments on the Project Tempest messageboards that are saying "why bother, it was a terrible system". What a selfish attitude...
 

racketboy

Member
I'm all for emulating any system no matter how bad the games were -- ok maybe there is a limit


But anyway, one system I am looking forward to seeing emulated is the 3DO. There were some interesting games for that system that I would like to re-experience.
 

FAKK2

New Member
Im glad I downloaded all the roms for this system years ago, when nobody cared about it. and Ive even got tons of Jag CDs to try on it as well....my god, hahaha its unreal Ive waited soooo long for this day to get here......I thought I would allways have a ton of roms for a system that would never get emulated....I tested it with cannon fodder and it works great!! no sound yet but still cool!!
 

crystalmethod

New Member
Psst...

You want some Jag roms? Direct Connect is the way to go...

PM me in the hub and I'd be glad to help you.

**This message will self destruct...**
 

sizone

New Member
archiver Posted on Oct. 10 2002, 2:06 am

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re: i doubt it

i doubt it'll even get the level of attention that n64 emulation recieved

If you mean public interest, I wouldn't expect it to get the same level of attention (or hype) as N64 emulation, no.

What I meant by it's time it got some attention, is that it's nice someone's interested in emulating the system, despite how popular it may/may not be. There's no reason it couldn't mature in a similar manner - there's only one person working on Gens, and look at how far that's come.

nah, i meant developer attention

two years ago there were what, 1/2 a dozen, maybe more crews seriously devoting effort into getting accurate emulation of the n64. this is currently the only jaguar emulator i've ever heard of. gens, which still has some serious short comings in it's audio and video code has a backlog of something like 20 completed emulators to draw knowledge from
 
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