Re: What video game am I playing? On my computer, I'm playing Overwatch - good game. On my tablet: I don't know why but I keep playing Ramsay Dash, its a junky game but a good distraction sometimes, real gold hog. Also played Sonic Dash recently. Emulating on my PC: Once a year, I emulate Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time and play it start to finish. I arrived at the Goron City today after leaving Hyrule Castle. Also emulating stand up arcade games from yesterday using M.A.M.E., for kicks I showed some friends much younger than me a game called, "Michael Jackson's Moonwalker". This is a game where Joe Pesci is the bad guy (some kind of spider king or whatever) and Michael Jackson is the hero. You play as Michael as you navigate through the game rescuing children (yes, really). You attack evil henchmen and robots, several of the robots look like giant thrusting mechanical penises with two robot legs. (yes, really - the big green ones). When Michael needs a power-up, he finds and touches Bubbles, his pet chimpanzee and it turns him into a chromatic robot version of himself than can fire missles. (not lying, this game really exists). But the part of this game that really gets me is Michael Jackson's "smart bomb super move". Whenever you're overwhelmed with too many enemies, Michael can unleash his "dance attack". When activated, Michael and ALL ENEMIES (yes, really - even robots, killer dogs and zombies) begin dancing on the screen for a short time until they explode. When you finally beat the game Michael transforms into a jet type craft and flies to the moon. This game is so ridiculously absurd it's completely entertaining, even if you don't download the game and emulate it on your computer its at least worth checking out a gameplay video on youtube - I'm sure theres at least one out there. The other games I've emulated recently on M.A.M.E and played with friends are Street Fighter 2 and Killer Instinct. Nostalgia! One game I plan to play in the near future as far as older games go (and one I highly recommend) Is an old 8bit Nintendo game called Crystalis. Its a VERY in-depth RPG ahead of its time. I guarantee no matter how old and "pixelated" and crappy you think an 8bit Nintendo game is, if you start this game and play it for 30 minutes...several days later you'll finish it and wonder how the hell that happened and how'd they fit so much game into such a tiny amount of space. I love current games today a lot, but I also like game emulators because theres such a wealth of old games to be enjoyed and replayed from years gone by.