[libretro WARN] Not an iNES file!
[libretro INFO] FCEU_MakeFName: /home/pi/RetroPie/BIOS/disksys.rom
[libretro WARN] FDS BIOS ROM image missing!
[libretro WARN] An error occurred while loading the file.
It doesn't detect your rom file as a nes file, so it thinks it might be a fds file, for which you are missing the bios (it's not a fds game anyway, 10 yard fight was not released on fds). Your rom is probably corrupt, but if you are confident it's not then you can always try it with another nes emulator (nestopia or mesen are probably way better choices on a pi4 anyway since they are more accurate and pi4 should be able to handle them).
@dynamight picodrive has always been the default megadrive emulator for pi 1/0. pi1/0 versions of retropie don't really have any emulators/software related to other pi models installed by default. that's why there's different image downloads.
emulators can increase in accuracy and requirements, but the ancient versions used for pi1/0 shouldn't.
Does anyone know of a way to get the Power Pad functions to work in fceumm or nestopia (if these functions exist)? Are there standalone (non-libretro) versions of these emulators available for the Pi 3B? I didn't see them in the various package lists in the RetroPie setup menu.
The standalone versions of fceumm or nestopia are not included in RetroPie. They seem to support the PowerPad input type, but that type of input is not explicitly exposed in the libretro port.
@magikarp1232 today i get the third badge(im playing the yellow version in my raspberry),i like the game,the moves effect and i considerer the game a little hard...the moves don't hit much and pokemons don't give you much exp neither,you can get TMs random drop from trainers or wilds pokemons(i really enjoy that,they have low chance )...for now i enjoy the game
@jasonmadeapie How do you change the controls ? When you open the controls menu (for P1), you have on the left the button on your RetroPad (your controller) and on the right the emulated buttons. Use Left/Right to change the values on the right, cycling between the possible buttons that the system accepts. Go back in game and test the buttons, then once you're set, just save a Core or Content Remap from the Controls menu.
Will take a look around, thanks. Just to be clear, I don't have an es_systems.cfg in the directory right now, doing that will cause it to appear so I can modify it? Sorry to clutter the thread, I'm still pretty new to this stuff. I'm running the latest version of RetroPie on a 3b+, if that makes any difference.
Should have clicked the link before responding, all good now! Thanks for the quick response and help