Tom's Guide: 9 Nintendo Emulators for Desktop PCs

Today's games might have stunning graphics and intricate story lines, but it's hard to beat the classics from the early days of video games, isn't it? Last week, the Tom's Guide team rounded up a few Sega emulators for fans of old Sega classics. Now it's time the Nintendo fans had their turn. Be sure to check out '9 Nintendo Emulators for Desktop PCs' and prepare to dust off your collection of games!

 

Last week, we took a look at a few emulators written to allow users to play classic Sega console games on their desktops. This week, we're going to focus on programs written to emulate various Nintendo consoles on desktop PCs. Have a hankering to revisit your classic NES, SNES, Gameboy and Gamecube games? Read on!

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  • TunaSoda
    Why would I want to run an emulator on my PC's 26" LCD when I can just use my actual NES with my 50" TV and my two wireless NES Advantage arcade controllers? :D
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  • Angry Bellic
    LOVE IT!!! OR GET LOST!
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  • Anonymous
    TunaSodaWhy would I want to run an emulator on my PC's 26" LCD when I can just use my actual NES with my 50" TV and my two wireless NES Advantage arcade controllers?

    I agree, but some of us have a broken nes that doesn't work and i am tired of blowing into the cartage till tears flow down my cheeks and chest.
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