Posted on 16th Apr 2012 @ 9:11 AM
There has always been a lot of talk about being able to play homebrew games, and just as importantly, emulators on the Nintendo DS, Nintendo DSI and now the new Nintendo 3DS Console. With the release of the R4 3DS card, gamers have been able to get a taste of some serious homebrew gaming, and of course, all of the same emulators for classic game systems that R4 owners have been enjoying on their DS Lite and DSI consoles too.
One of our very favourite emulators (and all time favorite classic consoles) has always been the Neo Geo home system. If you know this console, we don't have to tell you why we absolutely love it. While other home systems were much more affordable, and had their fair share of Arcade conversions, only the Neo Geo MVS / AES brought the arcade game experience home. Why? Well, because the arcade version and the home system were one and the same. Both played the same games (just in differently shaped cartridges) and they truly let you bring home all of the same arcade games you were busy putting your coins in to.
With NeoDS, an Neo Geo emulator for the Nintendo 3DS, you can re-live and play all of those old cool games once again. NeoDS allows you to transform your 3DS in to a fully functioning, full speed Neo Geo Console. While not every single game works (yet….) almost all of the most popular games play just fine and without any glitches.
Games like Metal Slug, King Of Fighters, Samurai Shodown and plenty more. These classic games made video gaming what it is today, and not trying them out and playing them on your 3DS would be a darn shame. Neo DS is still very much a work in progress, so you'll find it gets updated pretty frequently with minor bug fixes so that even more games can run at full speed without any issues. There are plenty of games to try and to enjoy and play. The Neo Geo was chalk full of arcade quality games that you simply could not play any other way.
Check out our 3DS homebrew section for the Neo DS Download and make sure to grab your R4 3DS to get in to some of the best retro gaming ever.