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Monday, October 2, 2000
 
Virtual Game Station Demo Released
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Connectix has released a demo of their popular PlayStation emulator, Virtual Game Station. Virtual Game Station gives you the power to play many popular PlayStation games on your Mac. VGS is extremely easy to use. Simply install Virtual Game Station, insert your PlayStation game CD and the game starts. Here are the official system requirements:

  • G3 Macintosh
  • Mac OS 8.0 or higher
  • Minimum 10 MB RAM
  • Minimum 3.5 MB Hard Disk space
  • The demo is fully functional except that it doesn't allow you to save games in progress, doesn't include 2-player support, and does not include Game Pad support. A list of compatible PlayStation games is also available, look for the link below. To download the demo, head over to Macgamefiles.com.



    If you're interested in learning more about other emulators available for the Mac, check out IMG's Network partner, Mac EmuScene.

    Mac EmuScene
    Download Virtual Game Station Demo (1.9 MB)
    List of Compatible Games
    Virtual Game Station web page
    Connectix


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