Ian Micheal wrote:Notice the Review says 100 games a disk and improved grafix and texture filters.. for the 100 game disks.. yet rand said they scraped that just made it for 1 game disks.. So the story about They had to cut it back to only run the 3 games looks bogus.. I think the thought if they only did 1 game per disk they not get sued by all the other companys.. anyways nice stuff SMItH..
Rand wrote:Given time and incentive, anything can be pirated.
Games for mass-market devices are typically launched by large companies with huge multi-million dollar initial sell-ins -- more than enough to recoup most costs, and well beyond the concerns of casual piracy.
Infact, the people hurt most by piracy are the tiny companies and independents -- of which, you'll surely note, there are fewer and fewer... and fewer.
That b!DC hasn't been stolen yet is certainly surprising -- but not nearly as much of a mystery as to why people are still trying to do so.
Anyone who still believes that there's a hidden "universal" emulator either hasn't listened or is too naieve to understand why it isn't so.
SMiTH wrote:lol now you are seeing the point of this thread.
there are way too many inconsistencies and falsehoods in the bleem! interviews, forum posts, press releases, etc.
once you think you have found something new about bleem!, then you find the contrary.
Ian Micheal wrote:I can see that now.. leads me to suspect that Rand online is not always the same Rand We all know bleem can run more then one game there is saying it cant lmao
SMiTH wrote:Ian Micheal wrote:I can see that now.. leads me to suspect that Rand online is not always the same Rand We all know bleem can run more then one game there is saying it cant lmao
I don't think rand was different online and irl per se. I think it all boils down to bleem! being a small company and their product rapidly changing. The betas obviously worked for 100s of games.. but were not up to bleem! standards nor near the perfection that was desired. They wanted bleemcast to be 100 percent compatible with each game.
As far as a universal emulator, more than likely the later betas worked with many games. *e3 beta? and as we all know the blue beta even at 30 percent completion has already been shown to work with 100s of games..albeit not all games run without issues. it is a great emulator even at a mere 30 percent complete state.
i still find all of this stuff to be interesting..
i have no idea when the digging will stop.
the rabbit hole goes deep..
bleem! is quite an enigma.
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