@crush Yeah, I think Vilros was going for the original 6 button layout rather than the extra features Retro-bit did. The Retro-bit controllers are admittedly a nicer option as far as Genesis goes.
I think I'd prefer my 8bitDo SN30 pro for SNES and Playstation. But I plan to get this set for the NES and N64 options, and the rest can be used as controllers by friends/family. I've yet to decide what I want to do for Sega, but I may just get this one and get the Retro-bit when I have the luxury of extra game budget.
Read your post. Didn't know there was a 3D option.
I had some Yellow/Blue glasses laying around and tested them.
They are from a "Konig electronics" 2d to 3d video converter.
As you know, these glasses are not perfect, but It worked quite well on a normal monitor i must say.
The palette does not work in "anaglyph 3d modus". It all seems to be"white-ish".
I will also try my 3D TV with shutterglasses.
Seems all the 3d options are there !
@TechNovice the biggest thing I would have changed is I would not have used melamine wood, however, then it would not have been a "recycled" project. The angled edges of the melamine cuts like of SOB. Also, Paint adherence has been problematic. I would have also figured out a better method of attached the bezel/plexi where it could be removed without removing the entire monitor for cleaning. Third, the nintendo logo on the marquee is a bit too big, so I had to use double stick tape to secure the marquee instead of a bezel mount. That I can fix, I just need to make a new graphic.
The message about the controller being detected / configured means that RetroArch starts ok. Can you try and enable verbose logging from the Runcommand launch menu when running the game, then exit the game and copy the /dev/shm/runcommand.log file over. Post it's contents on pastebin.com to take a look at what might be the error.
You'll probably need to enable SSH and use WinSCP to copy that file, since it's not available via file shares.
Hi @PlayingKarrde is there a way to change loading screen when boot. And also is there a way to silent boot? Even when starting a game I got those command text. Is it possible? I using raspberry pi 3b+ latest version of Retropie.
Unfortunately that is more of a Pegasus question than on the theme side but I don't believe that is currently possible.
In order for the Switch to be running on any single boards computer you would have to wait for a Pi 10 to have the actual CPU and GPU power to run the games or spend almost 400$ for the nvidia jetson tx2.