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DOSBox will automatically convert a modern USB joystick's input into the old analog input needed for most DOS games.
Dosbox not only emulates the CPU, but also the hardware peripherals that were common in the DOS era and games accessed directly. This is very convenient for emulating these games. Hardware support is much better in dosbox than in a standard vm like virtualbox
No, you need a Microsoft Hard Drive for your Xbox 360. The flash units that you can pop into the front of the Xbox only provide space for save games and do not come with the requisite software to support Xbox games. The ones that says certified by Microsoft or certified for Xbox, like that sandisk unit, only means they match the speed requirements the Xbox ...
I wouldn't call 4 years particularly old. Windows 7 was released 5 years ago, so most games since shouldn't give you too much trouble. Vista was release 9 years ago and if a game ran okay on Vista, you probably won't have too much trouble. Old than that, Windows XP era, might call problems. Windows 98 era, will cause headaches. Before that, you could be in ...
Games of the Year, from most of all the gaming review sites. Your best resource for this is asking gamers you know what they used to play ten years ago. Personally, I recommend all of the Elder Scrolls, Fallouts, and Borderlands. As a side note I find it surprising that a programer doesn't own a computer capable of playing any game on the market. A $200 ...
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