Strange Happenings with VBA
I just do not get it. Actually, I find it quite strange that VBA still exists in the primordial state in which it does. If I knew anything about computers I would just fix it myself (I'm not being lazy). VBA is quite possibly the worst emulator out there and yet there are people working on PSOne emulators while ignoring the completely un-playable VBA. Could it be that Sony and Nintendo are somehow, however surreptitiously, playing a hand in this? Isnít it even more suspicious that VBA is the only emulator for PSP that could potentially subject Sony to a trademark infringement claim by Nintendo (because the GBA still earns a considerable profit for the big N) if it were ever found that Sony could have somehow done something to prevent people from using emulators on their system. Does another GBA emulator exist, somewhere, destined to never find its way into circulation because the Sony executives fear a lawsuit? It seems as though Sony could not have imagined a more elaborate marketing scheme--make a system that is easily accessible and GIVE people the power to make their own games AND play older games. Sony knew when it launched the PSP that it did not have enough launch-lineup games to keep the hardcore crowd pleased. What better way to eliminate this problem than by creating their system in such a way to allow the hardcore crowd to please themselves? Could this be why we still are not playing GBA games on our new little toy?