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Submitted by ajaxmoroni 753d ago | review

The Ultimate Emulator Comes to Android - RetroArch Android Review | Hardcore Droid

Emulation has always been one of the bragging points for ‘droid gamers. The system’s comparative ease of file management and Google’s laissez faire management of the Play Store make it an ideal platform for retrogaming on the go. Unfortunately, these loose policies also mean there are a lot of people out there stealing other people’s code, and selling it as their own. Search for emus for any system, and you’re likely to find countless clones with the same emulation core, usually a port of an open-source PC emulator, often used without credit and with a $5 price tag attached. (Android, Doom, Metal Gear, Mobile, Retro) 4/5

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