Retroarch, the fantastic emulation program that seeks to bring all forms of emulation together in one easy package is seemingly getting better by the day as a brand new feature for the software has brought an interesting new accessibility feature, machine translations.
There are many games that were not released in all countries and as such knowing exactly what is going on if all the text is (for example) in Japanese can be a real pain unless you already know the general gist of the game. However now if you run it through Retroarch you can activate a test feature to have delayed translations spoken to you or even have the game temporarily pause to translate the text manually to you. This is a fantastic feature and really will bring more games that previously couldn’t be played by many people back into the spotlight. With Retroarch still set to release on Steam soon it seems the package is getting better and better and I for one can’t wait to see everything that it offers.
That’s all for now, and as always. It’s not just a game, It’s a Life.