Sorgelig wrote:Comparing price of bare Amiga A1200 and SNES with extras is not correct.
Sorgelig wrote:compare A1200+68060 accel if you want to compare the prices.
Sorgelig wrote:Even bare A1200 hard to get for less than 200USD
Sorgelig wrote:Nintendo released the mini SNES. It won't take long time when it will be hacked to play any SNES game.
alexh wrote:The price/functionality of an A500 + Gotek can pretty much be compared to a SNES + Everdrive. Can't it?
alexh wrote:I have written to the "SNES on FPGA" author to see if he would be willing to help if I buy and give him a free MiSTer. I had of course to write in English and the author is Japanese so he may not understand?
Sorgelig wrote:alexh wrote:Some one said, his SNES is written in some language other than VHDL/Verilog. If it's true, then i'm not sure if it possible to compile it in Quartus.
farvardin wrote:I don't request a SNES on FPGA, but a port on MiST would be cool, of course, the more the better
DanyPPC wrote:Surely, but the most important thing is the quality and compatibility of simulation in fpga.
Rather than tens and dozens of cores I prefer few cores but of great quality.
I refer to Commodore 64, Vic 20, Amiga, Atari ST, NES, Amstrad, MSX, Spectrum ones.
Much work is needed to achieve this goal, and unfortunately we often have to deal with incomplete jobs that leave some bitter in the mouth.
But I'm optimistic and I hope so much that the MiST can give us a lot of satisfaction.
NegSol wrote:For those who are not following the news items as closely as I.
In light of the announcement of the Super NT SNES FPGA by Analogue jwdonal the developer of the VeriSNES confirmed once more that his goal is to get his core open sourced. Terrific news! I hope he accomplishes his goal.
Quote: "My goal is to get the entire SNES design and additional information open sourced."
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