Retro Gaming : Featuring : Plug N' Play.

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Re: Retro Gaming : Featuring : Plug N' Play.

Post by One-armed dwarf » Thu Nov 08, 2018 1:35 pm

It sounds like the PS classic has the PAL versions of games. The European 50hz ones which play in slomo

I've cancelled my preorder, can't understand why this is still a problem in the HD era

Edit, oddly FFVII is the full speed American version, but you get a slowed down version of Tekken 3 and other titles 🤔

Also it uses a readily available open source emulator that you can download right now onto a rapsbery pi/laptop ... nce.79707/

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Re: Retro Gaming : Featuring : Plug N' Play.

Post by merman » Thu Nov 08, 2018 5:49 pm

So I updated my C64 Mini with the latest firmware.

It allows you to load any file from USB - disk, tape and cartridge images. Up to 256 per folder.
However, you can't change image while a game is running, so anything on multiple sides won't work.

It's a good update and makes the Mini more worthwhile.
I have even been testing some new games on it.

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