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The DS Gets a New Engine Under the Hood

The RX for what ails your DS

There’s an update to the virtually-unknown PC Engine/TurboGrafx emulator for DS:

Finally added CD-ROM audio through the use of .bin/.cue files, make sure to read the CDROM_readme.txt file for how to rip your CD games correctly.

*Added support for CD-ROM images in .bin/.cue format.
*Added support CD audio playing.

I’ve tried the previous versions and, surprisingly, it’s pretty damn fast/accurate, so if you love the PCE (and, really, who doesn’t), grab it and give it a go:

You can get the new rev here.

  1. 05/06/2010 at 19:14

    Has that nasty “non-compatible” list eased up a bit?

    • ECM
      05/06/2010 at 19:15

      I don’t know, but since it’s only version 0.5, I’d have to imagine there is still a lot of work to be done.

  2. 05/06/2010 at 20:55

    Holy crap, there’s redbook audio now. Me wanty!

    I used an earlier version of Nitrografx and was impressed that I could get Rondo of Blood to work at all. Music would be the icing on the cake!

    By the way, have you been paying attention at all to DSX86? It’s a nifty DOS emulator with support for early VGA games, among others. Here’s the address in case you’re interested:


    • ECM
      05/06/2010 at 20:57

      I am familiar with it BUT I have not actually taken the time to actually try it…yet. 🙂

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