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For now, not a chance, considering how convoluted the DS' wireless hardware is, and while there has indeed been some progress with Wifi on axnumber of other emulators, 'tis a stretch for Exo to just whip up a multiplayer implementation for the time being.
I'm actually using the service for sending work-related crap to clients, e.g. graphic design stuff or related jobs. Heck, practically all of it has absolutely nothing to do with AG or similar. i actually quit using it a while back (like... 5-6 years ago?) cant remember the reason... I usually send ...
I'm actually using the service for sending work-related crap to clients, e.g. graphic design stuff or related jobs. Heck, practically all of it has absolutely nothing to do with AG or similar.
ericbazinga wrote:I usually just use my Google Drive to store photos, so i'm good.
Except your Google Drive space is limited to 16GB, shared with your Gmail and other services unless you upgrade to a premium tier.
First I'd heard of it but $399/year sounds like a highly questionable price point. That's about four times what a Netflix subscription costs, and I can't imagine that anyone beyond a tiny minority finds Photobucket sharing to be even remotely close to the same value. At best I could see them snaggi...
Anyone heard of this lately? For some reason the image host has, in a rather boneheaded move, decided to charge users $400 for the ability to embed images to forums and other sites. Unsurprisingly, this doesn't bode well with those who had stuff uploaded on said host for a long time, and rendered mo...
Haven't found any glaring issues so far, or at least from the games I tested. Might load up a few others especially those which exhibit bugs on other emulators, e.g. Monster Trucks DS and the like.
- Fri Jun 23, 2017 2:03 am
- Forum: General
- Topic: The state of DraStic and its future
- Replies: 24
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So if and when DraStic becomes open source, are you still gonna charge for it? Kinda hard to charge for something you could easily clone yourself. I don't want to commit to anything here, but I generally think selling an open source emulator doesn't really make that much sense. If people bought it ...