Anybody have any luck with the Sony Playstation emulator called "Bleem!"? Is the full version worth buying?
I've used it and it works surprisingly well. I think I still have the demo installed. Not all games work though.
Is there any point to having bleem if you already have a PSX?
I bought the full Version and if you have a fast CPU, fast Graphics Card & 19" + Moniter. Yes to both Questions. The Graphics are sharper and more vibrant. Also, you don,t have to buy Mem Cards. Save them to the hard drive. AS for playing Backup CD's 'No Comment'
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Sure there's a point... To see if it actually works. ;o) Besides, the TV my PSX is hooked up to just died and I'm too lazy to find another one to hook it up to.
I was debating whether or not to drop thirty bucks on Bleem rather than putting it towards a PSX. If it's as buggy as I have heard it is, I think I'll save my cash. Backup CDs...'gasp'...who would do such a thing?
You're much better off buying a PSX. It doesn't work properly, if at all, with a lot of games. For example, Twisted Metal 3 works, but the openings for each level just cycle through one by one instead of starting the music. Gran Turismo should work... **** thing was designed around Gran Turismo...
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