Ever wish you could play some NES classics in 3D? If so, there’s an emulator for that, and it’s called 3DSen PC. Whether it be classic titles and modern homebrew games, this emulator converts them into full 3D in real-time. The best part is that all of the game mechanics remain the same, while camera angles and zoom can be adjusted to your liking.
Currently, the emulator supports Steam input, save states, dynamic skyboxes, and in the near future, a first-person view. There’s only an early access version available now for $9.99, with a full release planned for mid- to late-2020. The final version will incorporate any feedback received from this early version.
- The iconic SEGA Genesis console that defined a generation of gaming returns in a slick, miniaturized unit.
- The SEGA Genesis Mini console is loaded with 42 legendary games and is plug and play ready right out of the box!
- Box contents: Sega Genesis Mini console and 2 wired controllers, 40 games + 2 bonus games, power cable and USB adapter, and HDMI cable.
I’m still figuring out how First Person View should be implemented. Different render methods should also be considered, things like curved space or sub voxel rendering. About the emulation aspect, rollback and fast forward features should be added. Last but not least much more new games should be supported in 3D mode,” said the developer.