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I'm all for it.. but Tech has gotten to the point its not like the old days. The PS1 emulation in the Ps2 cost Sony somejhting like $16 at launch and it was like -$5 later in its life.. it was a single chip .. the PS2 Emulation in the PS3 added somewhere in the range of $50.. now when you are getting in the $600 range and Blue ray drive was $150 a machine it was ugly.. The days of a singel chip (cheap) solution are long gone.. maybe not for Nintendo (my understanding is Nintendos cost for a WII is less the $40 total.. (drive PSU).. so a emu will be dirt cheap for them.. not MS or SONY..
i dont mind using my old machines..but space is a consideration.. a PS3, 360 and Wii.. i dont got room to have a gamecube, a PS2, a Xbox all sitting on my stand too.. and diggin um out is not ahuge deal.. but unhooking and hooking um up is kinda a pain.. small one, but annoying none hte less...
SO if it addes $10-20 to price GO FOR IT.. but anything more it to much.. I honestly dont think you will see it much more.. selling the games in a downloaded again is much better businesse sence to the big guys.
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