What is a rdb file and how do I open a rdb file?
An RDB file contains a list of Nintendo 64 ROMS that can be played by an N64 emulator. RDB files may be used for identifying unknown ROMS and for saving emulator settings for each game. Emulator programs that use Nintendo 64 ROM databases include Project 64, Numen64 and N64emu. The Nintendo 64 was originally released in 1996 and offered highly superior graphics to the Super NES and games including Super Mario 64 and Golden Eye. Its popular component was the use of cartridges instead of compact discs. The most popular N64 ROMs include The Donkey Kong 64, Legend of Zelda, Conker's Bad Fur Day and Banjo-Kazooie. Numen 64 software can be used in Mac Operating systems and Microsoft Windows based systems to access and play RDB files.
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