So at home i have an N64, a PS2, a Sega Genesis, a Super Nintendo, an original Nintendo, and yeah... you get the point. Unfortunately I am going to college so I have to leave all that behind. What I want to do is have my MacBook Pro FILLED with ROMs from all different consoles and have emulators with each one. I also plan on either buying USB controllers for each emulator according to the console emulator I am using, or using original controllers with a USB addition onto it. My questions go as followed: 1. In general, are Windows emulators better than the ones built for Mac? I'm hoping there are really good ones for Mac so I don't need to boot into Windows as much. 2. Is playing multiplayer on N64, PSX, PS2, etc. games supported by emulators? 3. What are the best emulators out there (either Mac or PC) for: -N64 -PSX -Sega Genesis -PS2 -Super Nintendo -Nintendo DS -Gameboy 4. Is this a good idea? Or am I being too optimistic on how well this will work? Thank you all for your time!