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Reviewed: bleem!
Publisher/Developer: bleem, LLC
Genre Type: Playstation Emulator
ESP: $29.99
Required System: P166, 16mb Ram, 3mb HD, Soundcard, CD-Rom Drive, Recent 3D Accelerator, DX6.1, Win95+
Reviewer's System: C400mhz @ 450mhz, 64mb Ram, TNT, DX7.0, Win98
Related Products: PSEmu
ESRB Rating: No Rating (Everyone)
Overall Rating:
Author: Chris Kim       Date: October 31st 1999
Page: 1

Product Review:

In the world of highly advancing technology, the console systems and PC systems of yesterday are left in the dust with nothing to fall back on. The renowned system of 1995, the Sony Playstation, was a huge leap forward in the console systems, it wasn't the first 32-Bit system to hit the market as the Sega Saturn had been release earlier, but the Playstation provided better support with a larger game library. Now is 1999, with the verge of releasing the next generation systems, with currently the Dreamcast being recently launched and the Playstation 2 and new Nintendo system, codenamed Dolphin are near release dates. What does that leave Playstation users? In the dust to fend for themselves.

Thankfully there is a saver on the way, the company bleem LLC (with all lowercase letters), recently launched their first product, bleem!, a Playstation game enhancer as it is called, which boasts enhanced graphics and sound quality through the personal computer equipped with strong videocard, soundcards, and processors to backup that notion. What does bleem! provide? Well, it's a mixed bag with results that might be pleasing, but sometimes can be disappointing.

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Added:  Sunday, October 31, 1999
Reviewer:  Chris Kim
Score:
Page: 1/5

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