Tag Archives: dosbox

RetroArch And Emulation On Steam

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In case you haven’t heard, RetroArch is coming to steam at the end of this month. I still can’t entirely believe it — game emulation right there on Steam. It’s kind of a big deal, but apparently it’s also not entirely unprecedented. Continue reading

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D-Fend Reloaded And The Accessibility of DOS Games Today

In my periodic treks through old school PC games one significant wall I keep running into is MS-DOS which complicates the process of playing almost any PC game that came out prior to 1995. I only recently found out about D-Fend Reloaded which has immediately made an entire era and platform of gaming more interesting and accessible to me. Continue reading

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