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Vincent Vantine - Founder

About: I was first introduced to emulation in 1999/2000. With the ability to emulate a multitude of video game consoles and computers, I quickly realized that the possibilities were endless. Over time, I also came to realize that despite the massive amount of information available in the community, there was little to help those new to emulation, and there were few sources of updated editorial content.

That’s when I started VTemulation.net many years ago. My goal was provide a more guided and supportive emulation community. I strive to make VTemulation.net a useful resource to both new users and veterans to the emulation scene. I am always open to opinions regarding the site and I encourage you to contact me with any questions you may have.


Wesley Pollow - Contributor

About: Way back in 1999, when my third NES finally croaked, someone pointed me toward an emulator. Enamored and slightly confused with the idea, I started to poke around the internet for more information. At the time, there wasn't a whole lot of quality information about emulation. When Vince started VTE, I asked to be a part of it. I knew it'd be worth contributing.

Since VTE started it's gone through a few changes, but the one thing that has never changed is the no-troll-attitude. I feel this is one of the most important aspects, because there are very few sites in the emulation scene that focus on the idea that everyone is invited. Welcome to VTemulation.net!