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Top 10 Best Gaming Emulators Of All Time

Do you love playing the previous generations of gaming? If you do, then you're in luck! The consoles come and go through time. They can break, they can die, you can lose them. However, emulators make it possible to enjoy the content at any time or age, and they can not be broken or lost. Anytime, you can relive the awesome video games on a PC, not only that but with extra features and improved graphics and options, to enhance your experience with the games. And the best part is, almost 99% of them are absolutely free!

In this article, we'll talk about the best of emulators, for some of the best consoles, available for Microsoft Windows OS. All of the emulators are tested personally by us. Lets take a look at the emulators!

1.Sega Genesis & Sega CD

Kega Fusion
Also on Linux, MAC OS X

Kega Fusion is the most popular and easy to use emulator, which is not only for Sega Genesis and Sega CD, but also emulates Sega Master System, GameGear, and the 32X. The compatibility list of Kega Fusion is almost complete, and it emulates some of the system most accurately than other emulators.

Sonic CD running on KEGA Fusion

2.Panasonic 3DO


Freedo was the first emulator of the Panasonic 3DO, and it is the only one that runs many games of it. Although it's compatibility list is not so big, it still runs more than the rest.

Bios running on the Panasonic 3DO emulator

3.NEC TurboGrafx-16 / TurboGrafx-CD

Magic Engine (Shareware)
Also on MAC OS X

Magic Engine is without a doubt, the best emulator for TurboGrafx-16 and TurboGrafx CD. It's got a rich compatibility list of games, and a smooth User Interface. However, Magic Engine is not free and costs €15 EUR/$20. It does not support CD-image formats, and must be given an actual CD to boot or through a compatible virtual drive.

Magic Engine's Interface

Turbo Engine

Turbo Engine is another emulator for the TurboGrafx-16 and TurboGrafx CD. This emulator, unlike Magic Engine, is free. It has a decent compatibility list AND supports the ISO images.

Turbo Engine running Addams Family

4.NeoGeo CD

Also on Linux, MAC OS X

NeoRaine is the most decent emulator for NeoGeo CD. It has a rich compatibility list and a nice interface. 

NeoRaine running Bust-A-Move

5.Sony PlayStaion

Also on Linux, Android

ePSXe is the best Playstation One emulator. It has about the best compatibility list of PSOne games, and lots of plug-ins. It has great features and runs very well on low-end PCs. No matter what kind of hardware you have, it's large variety of plug-ins and configuration options can help you customize the emulator to the best experience for your machine. It also has "cheat" add-on, which you can install and the program sends the cheats into the emulator's video plug-in, by which you can easily browse and use the cheats for different games.

ePSXe running Crash Bandicoot


Muhammad Junaid

Muhammad Junaid is the writer of Entertainment Ghost. He writes articles, reviews, previews and entertainment news about gaming, technology, the media and so on. You can follow him on Twitter @Mr_MJunaid and Facebook MJunaid

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Published On Entertainment Ghost At Sunday, December 01, 2013