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Tuesday, 02 April 2013 08:26

Ouya could get multiple retro emulators

Written by David Stellmack

Could become premier destination for retro games

Robert Broglia, who is known in the community as one of the best developers of classic video game system emulators on the Android platform, is planning to bring all of his emulators to the Ouya platform. If done well, this could make the Ouya the premier platform to play all of the classic video games.

Broglia announced his intentions in a post that was seen on the Ouya forums. Broglia has released emulators for the GameBoy Advanced, GameBoy Color, Sega Genesis/Mega Drive, Sega Maser System, Sega Saturn, NES, N64, Neogeo and, of course, the Atari 2600. The first of the emulators to arrive will be the Snes9x EX+, which offers near total game compatibility.

No release date has been announced.

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