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outrun1978 
Re: X5000 blog
Posted on 4-Jan-2018 15:20:35
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@Cool_amigaN and Thelier


Thank you both for your detailed responses, that's been really helpful in explaining things and thanks Thelier in particular for your work on Wazp3d in this instance it has been a useful tool and in this instance allowed me to play the Amiga version


I do have the PSX version of Wipeout 2097 running under emulation with FPSE on OS4, i did a post a few months back when reviewing FPSE and uploaded a video also so i guess you can all judge for yourselves, there are two videos in fact on this post but you may want to look at the 2nd one which fixes the graphical corruption i first experienced when I didn't configure things properly.

https://amigax5000.blog/2017/08/03/fpse-the-free-sony-playstation-emulator/

I guess the only last thing to do is try it out under MorphOS..... wasn't version 3.10 supposed to be out by now?





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@outrun1978

Looks like a fun and professional event thanks for the report.

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@TRIPOS

Its the first im hearing of "PHase5 NG" as ive been out of the amiga loop for over a year and dont do social media. But if the real phase 5 guys are doing it (Gerald and TK) im sure the products will be top quality. They are good guys and take pride in their work.

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outrun1978 
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@thread

Few updates over the past week or so:


http://amigax5000.blog/2018/01/06/payback-playback-on-the-x5000/

and

http://amigax5000.blog/2018/01/13/return-to-castle-wolfenstein/

Enjoy!




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outrun1978 
Re: X5000 blog
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updated today with an article on setting up Neo Geo emulation on OS4

https://amigax5000.blog/2018/02/21/neo-geo-emulation/


Enjoy!





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Re: X5000 blog
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@outrun1978

GnGeo is a little bit old. You could try FinalBurn Alpha : http://hunoppc.amiga-projects.net/content/final-burn-alpha-amigaos4-windows-32-bits

It supports Neo Geo games amongst others (such as Megadrive/Genesis and Super NES/Super Famicom).

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outrun1978 
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@K-L

I know Final Burn Alpha is an absolutely amazing product that everyone should check out but equally itís not the easiest of packages to set up to begin with and GnGeoNG is easier to do. ( I aim in a lot of my posts to get People who donít know much about OS4 and newbies to OS4 to see what kind of stuff we have and how easy it is to set up so forgive me at times if I donít always go for the most obvious option) 🙂. Iíve had about 300 hits today to the blog and the site stats can be quite revealing at times. Letís just say what interests people the most about NG machines isnít necessarily what most people think...

About FBA, I know when I spoke to HunoPPC at Amiga32 he did mention SNES and MSX emulation but I am right the latest version with these updates havenít yet been publicly released? Is that right?

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bennymee 
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@outrun1978

Thank you!

Yes it easier to setup then Final Burn (did not try it yet...)

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ribdevil 
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@outrun1978

The lastest binary for Final Burn it's from October 2017, and comes with SNES and MSX emulation.

Virginio

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outrun1978 
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@ribdevil

ok thanks and time to download!!

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outrun1978 
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@thread

I decided to take a look at OSMoSe the Sega Master System emulator and write up about it for the latest blog post. North American game players may be interested the most as the emulator gives you the chance to try out a large chunk of the library which was only ever released for PAL machines.

http://amigax5000.blog/2018/04/25/osmose/

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PR 
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Got the Payback and liked it a lot.

A Version to buy for the XE.

Edit: A Bit slow in 060+PIV.

Last edited by PR on 26-Apr-2018 at 01:44 PM.

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@thread

I'd thought i'd take a look today at a very rare machine in the SAM Coupe which can be emulated under AmigaOS 4. I have to say I had a bit of fun with this little machine and wouldn't mind trying to get hold of one!




http://amigax5000.blog/2018/05/12/sim-coupe/

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@outrun1978

Very interesting stuff! I have not tried out the SAM Coupe before, only heard it mentioned, and I definitely did not think it was this advanced. Will give this one a go myself. As you write in your article, it is impressive how it holds up to the Atari ST and Amiga considering it is an 8-bit machine.

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@AmigaOldskooler

Thanks and yes this machine is a very nice surprise. Sadly I think you may need to pay big bucks for one on EBay, just had a quick look and there is one currently up for auction at £188 with some issues on the output of the picture or a buy it now option for another one at £799!


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@thread

New blog post today looking at Stunt Car Remake for AmigaOS 4

http://amigax5000.blog/2018/05/26/stunt-car-remake/

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New blog post today looking at Stunt Car Remake for AmigaOS 4

http://amigax5000.blog/2018/05/26/stunt-car-remake/


cool to play this on my X1000 again

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outrun1978 
Re: X5000 blog- Updated
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@thread

blog post update today taking a look at the Atari 8-bit range of machines using Atari++

http://amigax5000.blog/2018/06/02/atari/

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@thread

Blog updated today with the following:

https://amigax5000.blog/2018/07/19/morphos-3-11/



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Re: X5000 blog- Updated
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New blog post update looking at the latest Iris email Beta update

https://amigax5000.blog/2018/07/28/iris-e-mail/

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