In the age of incessant viral video access on all devices, the demand for creative and quality content in alternative forms is moderate. Fortunately, the tech crowd is cognizant towards the creation of an obscure DIY project and the priceless nature for nostalgia.
One of the hottest trends in the sea of Youtube, is the inception of reality as portrayed by retro video games system and cartridges. This notion has heavy application in the world of sports. Obviously, the initial challenge in encapsulating an audience with an 8 or 16 bit platform involves mastering the concept of rendering the idea of reality and leaving a workable margin for imagination and individual interpretation. As individual gaming code becomes more accessible to a larger group of sports fans in the form of software based ROM editors, the following product has appeal to a burgeoning audience. With Windows based desktop emulation and play possible through software cartridges (ROMs), capturing the highlights from the biggest game on the planet through the eyes of the majority of retro gaming systems is not a daunting task.
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