FWIW, after taking a look over my post in that thread, considering it was locked and all... I asked DarkSol to warn me and he did. I earned it.
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I agree. The problem is that the clock rate of processors have stopped to rise in the last 10 years. To emulate a system without slowing down it is absolutely nessesary to have a clock of ~10-100 times faster than the original. Parallelism is absolutely useless as you can't emulate processor instructions before another instruction has finished.
It could be possible to do some kind of "high level emulation" of the graphics, so there would be no need to emulate GPUs accurately, but then it's never going to look the same as the original game.
Dawn of War II + various add-ons:
In total 361 hours (according to Steam).
I'll check my /played next time I'm in Star Trek Online, though I'll probably regret it.
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