Het Nintentendo 64 emulator project waar ik gisteren wat over postte is nu al weer gecancelled:
As DavesClassics.com has noted, yesterday was one of the most historic and memorable days in emulation history. Two programmers released a PC-based Nintendo 64 emulator, called UltraHLE, something no one thought was possible. Imagine playing Mario 64 and Zelda: Ocarina of Time on a Pentium II 300 with a Voodoo2 at 30 FPS. From a technical standpoint, the news was unbelievable, and for Nintendo, the earth trembled.
However, the saga ended as fast as it has begun. Several terabytes of N64 roms were swapped in chat rooms last night, although just 15 titles operated with the emulator. The action was so maniacal, the authors, who have wisely remained anonymous, issued a statement saying no subsequent development would be done.
According to DavesClassics.com, the emulator was an experiment to see if N64 emulation was possible. However, once it was released, it became a tool for pirates and legal questions rose to the vanguard, prompting the cancellation.