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might want to add melonDS to the 'high resolution' section, as it supports that since 0.8. also, 'when it supports more games' <- its compatibility is actually pretty good now. -- Arisotura
 
might want to add melonDS to the 'high resolution' section, as it supports that since 0.8. also, 'when it supports more games' <- its compatibility is actually pretty good now. -- Arisotura
 
:Anything else missing? - [[User:Jpx|Jpx]] ([[User talk:Jpx|talk]]) 02:40, 6 June 2019 (EDT)
 
:Anything else missing? - [[User:Jpx|Jpx]] ([[User talk:Jpx|talk]]) 02:40, 6 June 2019 (EDT)
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==Should melonDS be Recommended?==
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It has improved a lot since it was first added into this wiki and I'm curious what would it take for it to be moved to the status of "[[Recommended_Emulators|Recommended]]". I know it's a not the most developed compared to No$GBA and DeSmuME and requires the BIOs and firmware files in order to work, but it's really easy to use and has pretty good compatibility.  The only problem I can see is that it lacks 32-bit support (but really at this point 32-bit support is dying anyways) and hasn't implemented HLE yet. I'm not saying that melonDS should replace DeSmuME or that it has "surpassed" it.  DeSmuME is a great emulator (from my experience) and melonDS is just as decent too.  Just curious if there's still something wrong with it that would prevent it from being "Recommended". -[[User:Skylark|Skylark]] ([[User talk:Skylark|talk]]) 20:46, 9 July 2019 (EDT)

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might want to add melonDS to the 'high resolution' section, as it supports that since 0.8. also, 'when it supports more games' <- its compatibility is actually pretty good now. -- Arisotura

Anything else missing? - Jpx (talk) 02:40, 6 June 2019 (EDT)

Should melonDS be Recommended?

It has improved a lot since it was first added into this wiki and I'm curious what would it take for it to be moved to the status of "Recommended". I know it's a not the most developed compared to No$GBA and DeSmuME and requires the BIOs and firmware files in order to work, but it's really easy to use and has pretty good compatibility. The only problem I can see is that it lacks 32-bit support (but really at this point 32-bit support is dying anyways) and hasn't implemented HLE yet. I'm not saying that melonDS should replace DeSmuME or that it has "surpassed" it. DeSmuME is a great emulator (from my experience) and melonDS is just as decent too. Just curious if there's still something wrong with it that would prevent it from being "Recommended". -Skylark (talk) 20:46, 9 July 2019 (EDT)