Difference between revisions of "Talk:Emulator:Mednafen"

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For multi-platform emulators like Mednafen, let's try to maintain separate pages for each platform has has unique behaviors.
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For multi-platform emulators like Mednafen, let's try to maintain separate pages for each platform that has has unique behaviors.
  
 
For example, the PC Engine CD platform has its own page because of its requirement of a bios image and its multiple media options ([http://wahki.mameau.com/index.php?title=Emulator:Mednafen-PC_Engine_CD Emulator:Mednafen-PC_Engine_CD]).  The other platforms like NES, Game Boy, and Sega Master System are common enough in functionality and usage that they may share a single page.
 
For example, the PC Engine CD platform has its own page because of its requirement of a bios image and its multiple media options ([http://wahki.mameau.com/index.php?title=Emulator:Mednafen-PC_Engine_CD Emulator:Mednafen-PC_Engine_CD]).  The other platforms like NES, Game Boy, and Sega Master System are common enough in functionality and usage that they may share a single page.
  
 
The newly added information on the Famicom Disk System merits its own Mednafen-FDS page because it has unique information on the disksys rom, disk flipping, and Vs. systems not relevant to the common platforms. [[User:Codefenix|Codefenix]] 19:03, 23 March 2012 (CET)
 
The newly added information on the Famicom Disk System merits its own Mednafen-FDS page because it has unique information on the disksys rom, disk flipping, and Vs. systems not relevant to the common platforms. [[User:Codefenix|Codefenix]] 19:03, 23 March 2012 (CET)

Revision as of 18:04, 23 March 2012

For multi-platform emulators like Mednafen, let's try to maintain separate pages for each platform that has has unique behaviors.

For example, the PC Engine CD platform has its own page because of its requirement of a bios image and its multiple media options (Emulator:Mednafen-PC_Engine_CD). The other platforms like NES, Game Boy, and Sega Master System are common enough in functionality and usage that they may share a single page.

The newly added information on the Famicom Disk System merits its own Mednafen-FDS page because it has unique information on the disksys rom, disk flipping, and Vs. systems not relevant to the common platforms. Codefenix 19:03, 23 March 2012 (CET)