Both of those are. I still use ZSnes because I like the cheat function the most. Once you figure out the resolution of your TV you can go into the menu of any SNES emulator and configure the settings appropriately.The Bill wrote:Fung Tunt wrote: in the day I used ZSNES and SNES9x. Any new SNES emulators, that are better, or fancier, or more compatible with modern TVs?
Geeheeb is always on fleek with his software, and HIGAN is a fucking beast. It's the most accurate SNES emulator, honestly one of the best emulators ever made. The developer has gone kinda crazy over the last little while, hes a friendly insane wizard man. HIGAN used to be called BSNES before a bunch of crazy features got added, and so e people still prefer that version.
On the Retron systems - I won't soapbox because I know how annoying guys like me are. I just need you guys to understand - the Retron is just an emulator. It takes your cartridge, dumps the ROM on the spot, and uses code stolen from one of the above-mentioned emulators to play the game.
Stolen emulators emulating a ROM of your game which is indistinguishable from the ROm of your game on your computer.
If you have a laptop or PC connected to your computer, I would advise against paying money for a Retron.