well, even if its not true, at least he makes it look like he might be telling the truth, unlike the "i have perfect dark running perfectly" n64 guy. i personally doubt this emu is for real, and dont see why you cant just buy a real saturn.
He probably already owns a saturn. I own a saturn (one of the greatest consoles I have ever owned, got it when it came out), but I wan't some good emu to come out. Why? Because I wana run my saturn games in high-rez, with better textures and all that stuff. No one has done it yet (except girigiri, but that emu's still very slow) but it will happen eventualy.
After looking over this new saturn emu for DC, I belivieve him, the creator only partialy. But one thought lingers in my head: Why did he take two screenshots from the left of the TV set, one from the middle, but none on the right side? Bad lighting conditions to, hmmm....
i hate to say this, but i told you so. also, i didnt mean to criticize people for not owning saturns, i was just saying that if you really want to play saturns, its easier to plunk down the 30-40 bucks than to play on a crappy emu that runs at 60% speed on only a few games. And its fake anyway, so oh well.
It is quite fake indeed, I heard it straight from John Henderson (guy behind the fake 64 emu). I was in the dcemu channel and he came in there and said that was fake and that there were gonna be a few more fake emus comin up on dreamcast, so if anything looks fishy, it is fake. Apparently he felt bad for what happened and his friend is behind the fake saturn and the fake emus comin up. So be on the lookout.
If anyone were ever to make a real Saturn emu for DC, if they're smart they would avoid criticism by not announcing it until they supply an at least semi-working version for people to download and use.