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Old Jun 5, 2019, 09:57 AM   #11
Meteor_of_War
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Emulation is serviceable for retro gaming but has some issues at times with accuracy compared to the actual games and hardware that I tend to always notice, which is a huge reason why I still collect and play the actual games. Not to mention nostalgia is a big part of the experience for me that I just can't recreate with emulating on a PC.

For these new classic/mini consoles, they are IMO like a middle ground between emulation and the real thing, and they are more plug and play accessible and cheaper than building a raspberry pi or whatever. Also being an officially licensed product is important for collectability as well.

That's my personal justification anyways.
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