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    So Warrior I have a query, what makes RetroArch superior to dedicated emulators?
    When I last tried RetroArch (iOS about 2 years ago now) I couldn't get a single game to run.
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    Dammit. Just can't seem to beat this cold or flu or whatever it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zaladane View Post
    Classic skit.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bennieboi20 View Post
    So Warrior I have a query, what makes RetroArch superior to dedicated emulators?
    When I last tried RetroArch (iOS about 2 years ago now) I couldn't get a single game to run.
    Or are you affiliated with them now
    I'm just a very dedicated end user who likes to spread the word and teach the ignorant masses how to use it, and yes I tend to get chummy with the devs.

    If you tried it now (on a actual computer with a controller) you would have actual pleasant results along with a really improved interface,graphical eyecandy goodness and other ultra spiffy enhancements since years ago.

    Why its superior for various standalone emulators (some not all) you may have to judge for yourself, usually when I spoonfeed a user on setting it up they lose their shit when its going and feel dumb at how easy it actually is.

    Here is the premade Bios/support file set - http://emulation.gametechwiki.com/in...Emulator_Files top one that says RetroArch or Mednafen.

    If you need a hand setting it up feel free to holler.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Warrior View Post
    I'm just a very dedicated end user who likes to spread the word and teach the ignorant masses how to use it, and yes I tend to get chummy with the devs.

    If you tried it now (on a actual computer with a controller) you would have actual pleasant results along with a really improved interface,graphical eyecandy goodness and other ultra spiffy enhancements since years ago.

    Why its superior for various standalone emulators (some not all) you may have to judge for yourself, usually when I spoonfeed a user on setting it up they lose their shit when its going and feel dumb at how easy it actually is.

    Here is the premade Bios/support file set - http://emulation.gametechwiki.com/in...Emulator_Files top one that says RetroArch or Mednafen.

    If you need a hand setting it up feel free to holler.
    See I knew there was a catch!! PFFFT Warrior is getting handouts from an emulator developer!! (although its free but thats beside the point)
    I RAISE MY PITCH FORK TO YOU

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    I actually have no time for emulation currently but I will give it a shot somewhere soon
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bennieboi20 View Post
    See I knew there was a catch!! PFFFT Warrior is getting handouts from an emulator developer!! (although its free but thats beside the point)
    I RAISE MY PITCH FORK TO YOU

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    I actually have no time for emulation currently but I will give it a shot somewhere soon


    I started getting more into it when I saw it had a ton of potential, also learning about various things and helping report/fix issues is good to.
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    The menu is quite aggravating thus far.... why do i need to click the top left corner to go back...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bennieboi20 View Post
    The menu is quite aggravating thus far.... why do i need to click the top left corner to go back...
    What menu?

    If its RetroArch its meant to be controlled with the Controller
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    Quote Originally Posted by Warrior View Post
    What menu?

    If its RetroArch its meant to be controlled with the Controller
    Well even if I was gonna use a controller how do you go back? why make something for windows and not implement proper mouse and keyboard support
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    Quote Originally Posted by Warrior View Post
    All of them walking around and puking on each other like some twisted form of communication?
    Not far off. You'd think that they'd care enough to not come in and do this to their coworkers, but damned if they didn't go "Nah, fuck it. I can ruin them all."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bennieboi20 View Post
    Well even if I was gonna use a controller how do you go back? why make something for windows and not implement proper mouse and keyboard support
    Typical response from the uneducated user that expects something to work the way they want it aka FSUES.

    RetroArch controller use should have the keys setup exactly like a SNES/PSX gamepad, A/Circle used to be accept and B/Cross was back not its in western style of B/Cross as accept and A/Circle as cancel, thankfully it offers deep customization and you can change from Japanese/Western Accept/Cancel schemes.

    RetroArch has always been a "Consolized Emulation Experience", why do you think it is on every OS?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bennieboi20 View Post
    Well even if I was gonna use a controller how do you go back? why make something for windows and not implement proper mouse and keyboard support
    RetroArch UI and KB/mouse controls are pretty craptastic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warrior View Post
    Typical response from the uneducated user that expects something to work the way they want it aka FSUES.

    RetroArch controller use should have the keys setup exactly like a SNES/PSX gamepad, A/Circle used to be accept and B/Cross was back not its in western style of B/Cross as accept and A/Circle as cancel, thankfully it offers deep customization and you can change from Japanese/Western Accept/Cancel schemes.

    RetroArch has always been a "Consolized Emulation Experience", why do you think it is on every OS?
    Coming off like an arse is a surefire way to get more people to use CrappoArch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eldred View Post
    RetroArch UI and KB/mouse controls are pretty craptastic.
    Not designed around KB & mouse so thats why it sucks in that department!

    Quote Originally Posted by Eldred View Post
    Coming off like an arse is a surefire way to get more people to use CrappoArch.
    ikr?

    If bennieboi took it that way sorry, I ran out of some meds and got a loose triggerfinger.
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