Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 29th Mar 2012 10:49 UTC
Hardware, Embedded Systems "Little benownst to the world all this time, GoldenEye (N64) has a fully-functional ZX Spectrum 48x emulator built into it. By feeding it a proper Spectrum monitor program and calling menu 25 to load a snapshot, any Spectrum 48x program can be run. The emulator started life as a side project to see if Spectrum emulation was possible on N64 and was hooked into GE, the current game in development. It was supposed to be removed before release but was only made inaccessible and inoperable. All the registers, dependancies, and script required to run the emulator still reside in retail GoldenEye carts."
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RE: Comment by henderson101
by Bill Shooter of Bul on Thu 29th Mar 2012 15:35 UTC in reply to "Comment by henderson101"
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Thanks for the additional info. I've heard of the Spectrum, but wasn't quite sure what the article was referring to. I thought it might have been a code name for a chip in the Super Nintendo. I didn't realize the Spectrum and any good games worthy of playing.

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