This can, and has been, debated countless times, and will continue to be.
Our stance here at Racketboy is that emulation allows us to preserve the past, even though playing a game on an emulator is not the same as playing it on the original hardware.
We recognize that emulation is a touchy subject and lies on the line between a legal gray and black area.
However the preservation of our favorite pasttime’s history is something that I do not believe anyone will consider a bad thing.
All these guides are written assuming the user is on a Windows XP, Vista, or 7 computer.Open up your browser and head to google Mame UI: And it will be your first result: The page will load with a nice blue box that shows Mame UI in action, you will have to scroll down to the bottom and you will see a set of hyperlinks: This is where you need to know what version of windows you are using.I am not talking about 95, 98, 2000, ME, XP, Vista, or 7, we need to know 32 bit or 64 bit.Welcome to the first of what should be many guides on how to setup emulators.These are not the first guides of their kind, nor will they be the last.