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  1. @dumpster I’ve haven’t seen any drops in speed - in the case of rouge leader before it was running slow which you could  see in the intro vid with the dancing stormtroopers with the stretched out sound etc.. but dropped to 60% and it runs at normal speed to sound stretching etc..   it’s more to do with stability  this is from the discord:

     

    “ Actually the reason we suggest a 90% CPU Clock Rate isn't anything to do with performance but more to do with stability, a lot of games (mostly GameCube from my experience) will just straight up freeze at random intervals when the Clock Rate is at 100%, with it at 90% these random crashes don't occur”

  2. retrix-gold has been added to Gamr13 depository for retail.  retrix is an alternative to retroarch (more a nicer looking front end uses the same cores etc..)  at the min its basic with a not the full set of cores that retroarch has (so no ps2 or dolphin etc...).       

     

    For me at the min without the additional cores its not worth me switching over to it as it doesnt cover half of what i use on retroarch (over the last 6 months ive been building a full collection of most consoles and computers on retroarch from ps1 /dreamcast downwards - with  ps2/wii/gamecube more a collection of my own fab games than full collections) 

  3. On 27/06/2022 at 17:59, moosegrinder said:

    Sorry to be that cunt, but friend set this up ages ago on my PC so I have no idea how it works, and when I try to play Batman The Movie on the spectrum emu it just goes into like Demo play. What am I doing wrong?

    Under quick menu when you are in game go down to controllers - input 1, and in there you can change the type of controller that retroarch is emulating depending on the game ie.. Kempston, Sinclair etc…

  4. anyone who bought this on steam will also now get the scummvm version as well - anyone who is console well were just out of luck (well sort off i was able to get the original and extended version with cut bits added running on scummvm via retroarch on my series x) 

  5. 1 hour ago, Quest said:

     

    I'd assume it'd be doable by remapping the buttons to something that makes sense. In Retroarch you can save the button mappings as a game specific config file so it doesn't mess up everything else, but not sure about the standalone.

    Had a play in retroarch earlier but no joy - normally retroarch has default profiles you can switch to for the various controllers - but for ps2 it’s only dual shock . Nowhere to set them up within the controller menu 

  6. 1 hour ago, Eighthours said:

    Sorry for being a total noob, but is there still a way to get Retroarch and/or Dolphin on a Series X without having to use dev mode, and if so, is there an idiot's guide to doing it? 

    There is indeed - join this discord server and follow the retail setup guide which will take you through each step https://discord.gg/VVZZ4Fa8

    anybprob shout on here and we can give you a hand 

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    or follow this vid 

     

  7. Has anyone else found on the Xbox the sound going out of sync in the cut scenes? 
     

    update - restarted and the intro is now in sync - when I first tried it this morning it was really out of sync by a good 2 or 3 seconds 

  8. On 20/06/2022 at 21:33, Ry said:

    I just realised Blade Runner Enhanced Edition is out in two days for all consoles and looks to be priced less than £10. 

     

    That might be my number 1 now. 

     

    I'm surprised no outlets are talking about it. 

    loved this game when it first came out - so nice surprise that the enhanced edition is coming out finally and tomorrow :) 

  9. Well that was quite a good ending

     

     

    Spoiler

    the fight between Vader and obi wan was what I wanted Vader full on rage letting go no holding back - and then obi wans come back full on force mode 
     

    loved the shot of  Vader’s mask slit apart and anakin face behind it.

     

    Also qui gon!!! Finally even though it was brief still good to see him

     

     

    and of coarse….. well hello there 

  10. 3 minutes ago, Quest said:

    Excellent, big thanks for that. I was pretty disappointed when I saw that the updated PS2 emulators were only going to dev mode. Had no idea someone had uploaded them elsewhere.

    Yeah seems to be a grey area as long as no one is making a profit from it seems that a blind eye is turned (though still not officially allowed to be mentioned of the existence in the main discord as it’s a no no)

  11. installed Aethersx2 (ps2 standalone) on retail last night,  its an updated version of the psx2 standalone with all the features enabled in the menu ie controller settings, setting up hotkeys without needing to change ini files etc..  and it works and plays far better than the original psx2 standalone. 

     

    Another great feature is  being able to swap from hardware to software render in the pause menu as well as being able to create per game settings.  below vid is of transformers which wont run correctly in hardware mode - black line down screen, but one quick swop to software mode and its run great.

     

     

    also saved states work as well:

     

     

     

     

    To get it on retail first go to  https://www.xbox.com/pt-br/games/store/aethersx2avx2/9nm1x58v5sf6?rtc=1  then click on add to wishlink.   Then on your xbox change the region location to brazil (you will need to restart once you do this).  Then go to the store and your wishlist were you will see Aethersx2 - click install.  Once installed change location back to uk and reboot, and then your good to go.  You can then go into setting and set up the path to your Ps2 games and the location of your PS2 bios (i have both on and my external hard drive)

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