Windows XP partially re-created in LittleBigPlanet 2, ups the stakes for gamer ambitiousness (video)
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We’ve seen an CHIP-8 emulator and even a virtual CPU built inside games, but we’ve yet to encounter a game recreation of Windows. Thanks to a quartet of industrious LittleBigPlanet 2 beta players, though, we can now finally check that off in our copy of 100 Geeky Projects You Must Witness Before Dying. As the video above shows, major Windows functions they’ve emulated to date include a working start menu and mouse cursor, multiplayer support for a variety of bloatware games, and even the good ole’ blue screen of death. That’s pretty impressive stuff from an ambitious platforming title that won’t officially ship until mid-January. Needless to say, once the full version arrives, we expect to see a working copy of Lion running stat. You heard us folks — we’re setting the bar that high.
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