04/07/17: Forget the past, gamers
Apr 7, 2017

04/07/17: Forget the past, gamers

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Why Microsoft is discouraging the use of emulators, which allow their video game consoles and computers to behave like older versions of themselves and in a sense, preserve video and computer game history. And, on Silicon Tally, Ben tries to stump Brian X. Chen, lead consumer technology writer for the New York Times.


Why Microsoft is discouraging the use of emulators, which allow their video game consoles and computers to behave like older versions of themselves and in a sense, preserve video and computer game history. And, on Silicon Tally, Ben tries to stump Brian X. Chen, lead consumer technology writer for the New York Times.

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