If you were a gamer during the 90s, you probably agree that there was nothing like the golden era of the Sega Genesis and Super Nintendo. If you are looking to replay some of your favorite gaming classics from the era, you’ll be happy to know that you now can with Windows RT and Windows 8.

The popular emulator SNES 8x has found its way onto modern consoles through hacks, onto the PC and many other devices like Android phones over the years. Now it is a native metro app. The latest version works at full-speed and full-screen.

That said, ROMs are a big gray era. While they are technically illegal, they still manage to be distributed freely and without much opposition on the net. Most ROMs sites simply recommend you own a physical copy of the game as well. So retro gamers, interested in reliving the glory days of the SNES? If so, hit the source below.

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  • Jedi32

    Awsome going to install this on my Surface Pro when I get home