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Words can't truly express the eyebrow raising.

“What Nintendo will try to achieve in the next 10 years is a platform business that improves people’s quality of life in enjoyable ways,” Iwata said. “What I see as our first step into a new business area in our endeavor to improve QOL is the theme of ‘health.’ Of course, defining a new entertainment business that seeks to improve QOL creates various possibilities for the future such as ‘learning’ and ‘lifestyle,’ but it is our intention to take ‘health’ as our first step.”

So I stumbled across an article written by byuu a while back that talked about the quest for perfect emulation, and all that, and it got me thinking to myself.

"To what extent does Nintendo itself care for accuracy in it's emulators?"

Has anyone ever looked in-depth at the ones used for the Virtual Console on the Wii, for instance?

How truly accurate is the emulator used in it? Does anyone know?

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