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EmuParadise: adiós a dos décadas de juegos retro
Videojuegos A.M. - Ago 9, 2018 - 8:35 (CET) El mayor respositorios de ROMs y juegos retro cae antes las presiones de Nintendo tras 18 años como uno de los portales más importantes para la scene de la red.
http://www.gameboy-advance.net/img/PocketSNES/smw.gif EmuParadise vs Nintendo: adiós a dos décadas de juegos retro El mayor respositorios de ROMs y juegos retro cae antes las presiones de Nintendo tras 18 años como uno de los portales más importantes para la scene de la red. https://hipertextual.com/files/2014/12/emulador-nes-ios-670x410.jpg Malas noticias para los fans de la scene y, sobre todo, de los emuladores y juegos retro, puesto que el mayor portal de la web de este mundillo ha dicho adiós después de 18 años recopilando, clasificando y poniendo a disposición de los jugadores una de las mayores colecciones del mundo de juegos retro. EmuParadise, quizás la web más grande de emuladores y una de las comunidades más importantes anuncia una nueva etapa. Y es que como suele suceder en estas ocasiones los emuladores tienen tanto fans como perseguidores, sobre todo las grandes compañías titulares de derechos que, pese a que muchos de sus juegos no se pueden ni comprar ni jugar hoy en día de forma oficial, quiere poner freno a web de este tipo, el juego del gato y el ratón que llevamos viendo en la red desde que empezó a llegar a los hogares. EmuParadise no muere del todo, pero lo cierto es que leyendo la carta que ha dejado su creador a la comunidad el asunto pinta mal: de momento la web seguirá abierta, pero eliminar toda posibilidad de que los usuarios puedan descargar o compartir ROMs de juegos, independientemente de los años que tenga el título o de la editora que inicialmente lo puso en el mercado. > Many of you are aware that the situation with regards to emulation sites has been changing recently. What you probably don't know is that we at EmuParadise have been dealing with similar issues for all 18 years of our existence. From receiving threatening letters in the early days to our hosts suddenly shutting down our servers due to complaints, we've seen it all. We've always complied with takedown requests but as you can see, that is no guarantee of anything. I started EmuParadise 18 years ago because I never got to play many of these amazing retro games while growing up in India and I wanted other people to be able to experience them. Over the years, many folks have joined in and contributed to this vision and I think I can say that we've been successful in spreading our passion for retro games far and wide. Through the years I've worked tirelessly with the rest of the EmuParadise team to ensure that everyone could get their fix of retro gaming. We've received thousands of emails from people telling us how happy they've been to rediscover and even share their childhood with the next generations in their families. We've had emails from soldiers at war saying that the only way they got through their days was to be lost in the retrogames that they played from when they were children. We've got emails from brothers who have lost their siblings to cancer and were able to find solace in playing the games they once did as children. There are countless stories like these. It's been a long and beautiful journey with many ups and downs. When I started EmuParadise things could have gone either way. But right now the direction they are going in could not be more than clear. > So where does that leave us? It's not worth it for us to risk potentially disastrous consequences. I cannot in good conscience risk the futures of our team members who have contributed to the site through the years. We run EmuParadise for the love of retro games and for you to be able to revisit those good times. Unfortunately, it's not possible right now to do so in a way that makes everyone happy and keeps us out of trouble. This is an extremely emotional decision for me after running this site for so many years. But I believe it is the right thing for us at this point of time. Thus, we have decided to make a new start. We will continue to be passionate retro gamers and will keep doing cool stuff around retro games. But you won't be able to get your games from here for now. Where we go with this is up to us and up to you. We'll still have our emulators database, the community, and everything that comes along with that. > We have already made several plans of what is going to happen next. It's going to be a fun new beginning and there's going to be lots to come! We'd also love to hear from you in the comments about what you think we should do. But for now, we need to make this change. We've served the community for 18 glorious years and it's been a hell of a ride! > >But every end is a new beginning and we're excited to find a way forward to continue being your #1 emulation destination. > > Thank you for supporting us through this journey. We could not have done so much without you visiting us, telling your friends about us, uploading screenshots and descriptions, telling us when something was wrong, letting us know when we messed up, and more. Thank you for being a part of our community and encouraging us through all these years. Los detalles exactos se desconocen, pero lo cierto es que la comunidad ha sido especialmente activa estos días, y todo apunta a que ha sido Nintendo la que ha presionado al portal con amenazas de tumbar la web completa si no se respetaban sus derechos de propiedad intelectual, es decir, se eliminaba totalmente la posibilidad de descargar de sus juegos clásicos, ahora que las consolas mini de la compañía están haciendo el agosto con sus clásicos, y desde entonces está inmersa en una batalla contra la red para que se eliminen todo sus juegos de canales no oficiales. Con EmuParadise no solo se va una parte histórica de la scene de internet, también el mayor repositorio de emuladores de occidente. La web quedará ahora como una suerte de comunidad y base de datos, pero desde luego ya nada será lo mismo ni para los usuarios ni para la propia comunidad de juegos retro. https://imagenes.es.sftcdn.net/es/scrn/119000/119777/snesoid-26.png
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