Reply 80 of 128, by drosse1meyer
Joseph_Joestar wrote on 2021-09-03, 16:52:kjliew wrote on 2021-09-03, 16:04:
The aged long Marvin Myth of requiring slow machines or some would called "period-correct", fiddling with CPU cache/multipliers to play good old games has already been busted. So it is just as pointless to repeat the same rhetoric for those who would rather spend their time on games instead of tweaking.
Note that the thread starter asked this question in the "Old Hardware" forum. My reply was tailored with that taken into consideration.
No one is saying that it's necessary to play on period correct hardware to get the best experience. And you've already made your point about emulation. Everyone is free to choose whatever option they want.
I think we all scared away the OP haha
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