Most of my needs are thoroughly met through snes9x.
Once I get a more powerful computer I hope to switch to bsnes exclusively because it's a more accepted emulator for speedrunning (although snes9x works). But I'm a poor mfer that is making practically no money.
I used to play only on ZSNES, but after seeing that it doesn't work that well with games... Snes9x would be my choice.
I don't go into bsnes or CPU-intensive emulators, because it'll likely heat up my CPU too much and I don't need that. The computer went through a lot already.
Originally posted by Plasmodium00
But I'm a poor mfer that is making practically no money.
HolidayZ hasn't been seen in over a year. You should check when the last post was posted and when the user was last seen before you post in a topic. I understand you're new (welcome, btw! I can guarantee a good time here) but I'm just giving advice for the future.
I guess it's because a lot of people here use BSNES over Higan. It has (probably) the same amount of accuracy, but is more lightweight and (in my opinion) also a bit more practical to work with in some regards. I guess you could say that Higan is the Swiss army knive of emulators, but sometimes you just want a simple, sharp kitchen knive, and BSNES is pretty much that.