If anything, the mini games they sell could be ported or "cloned", for example Vektar , looks similar to Geometry Wars which is a game that can be bought for the 360 via the Xbox live marketplace.
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Posted 27 October 2006 - 08:29 AM
Wrong; it had a Geometric Transform Engine (GTE) and a 3D rendering unit. It wasn't very powerful, but it certainly didn't do rendering of hundreds or thousands of polygons on a 32 MHz processor.
I thought YOU would have known by now that the PSX did not have 3D hardware. It had a second core on the main CPU which was basically like a math co-processor which did the 3D transformations.
Officially endorsing that it emulates Sony's games, especially given their militant attitude on legal issues as of late, would put GPH in a very vulnerable position. Sure, you can sell a bong in a store, but you'll turn the attention of the authorities if you don't label it as being for use of tobacco, and put a sign on it that says "Bong! For weed!"
how can gph get in trouble for emulating some chips, besides, arent they in korea? where no law is apparently
Edited by Epicenter, 27 October 2006 - 08:30 AM.