> Moogly Guy, tell you what. As appreciation for all the hard work you've put in over
> the years for which I have benefited from, I would like to gift you NRA:N on steam.
> If trying that way would be acceptable then we both benefit. You get to try out the
> app and perhaps we can check it out together as it is rather lonely in there.
Feel free to add me on Steam, but please PM me here with your username, as I've had a lot of people friend-requesting me lately. Here's my user page: http://steamcommunity.com/id/mooglyguy
I actually bought NRA:N once, but only to check the EULA and see what exactly it was that they were doing. Afterward, I requested a refund as I had not actually started it up.
So, I suppose I'd be willing to take it for a spin if someone gifted me a copy. But I will say that I'm going into it with a fairly dim view of it and the people who made it. People made and released, for free, a 3D emulator frontend practically a decade ago, possibly even further. To paraphrase Ghostbusters, the NRA:N developers, however, seem to view digital preservation as some sort of dodge, or hustle. Their frontend is the worst kind of popular tripe, their attempts to blot out copyrighted game marquees in their Steam Store screenshots are sloppy, and their business model is highly questionable.