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Discussion in 'Other Consoles & Oldies' started by sks316, Oct 8, 2017.
You need to complete one level in Starfox 1 to unlock Starfox 2.
then it adds the Boxed art?
Can anyone help me with this issue?
(Am I doing something wrong? Missing a step?)
I'm trying to add RetroArch to my NES Classic. (Not Super NES Classic)
Look at the used memory and total memory, and the error on the screenshot. Shit isn't adding up or making sense. I'm using the latest hakchi v2.20, the latest retroarch cores v0.8 for hakchi 2.20, and this fucking app wont install it right.
I'll start with the console completely at stock, modules uninstalled, stock kernel, original games, factory reset, etc....
Then I'll flash the custom kernel.
All is still good after the flash.
I can add NES games just fine, and no issues...
But when I try to install the latest Retroarch cores in the modules menu, I get this bullshit. Help?
so how many games kan wee add to the snes mini now?
and can it play nes games? or only with retroarch?
Sure you can, but you shouldn't do wee games. Are you drunk? You should work on that alcoholism problem.
i cant get "grand poo world" and "super dram world 2" running on my SNES Mini. other mario hacks like kaizo mario 1, 2, 3 and super dram world 1 are runnin fine. also the european version of super mario allstrard didnt work, but the us rom does fine. retroarch is installed.
anyone who can help me?
Now you are playing with Hakchi, Super Hakchi
I just don't get why would someone buy this over a raspberry pi
Retropie has an excellent interface
Oh, I don't know, maybe because this is legally sanctioned emulation, for one, and it feels more authentic? No need to buy a case, no need to buy anything extra, no SD card, PSU, heatsink, installing software, no frills. Heaven forbid people want to get this People suggesting getting a RP3 is becoming anathema. Lol. Sorry, but when you take into account the PCB, SD card, case, PSU, heatsink, controller/adapter, the price is exactly the same as the Snes Classic, so....yeah. To each their own, I guess.
Not sure how old you are but if you grew up in the 90s, this is MUST have for 90s Nostalgia. And you can't beat the fact that SNES Mini comes with (2) wired classic SNES controllers; and boy do they feel good
Some people just like blindly defending their precious Pi
One man can achieve both. And love them equally. There is no need for blasphemy.
I couldn't care less about the Pi, to be brutally honest.
Brutally honest? You certainly aren't f-ing around. To each his own I guess.
I'm just sick of people saying "Raspberry Pi 3 is so much better" or "get that instead" ad infinitum, it's really irritating.
A debate brewing between raspberry pi fans and SNES classic fans?
It says in the FAQ that 75% of all games work. do we know what that 25% are?
https://goo.gl/YqMuoQ <--- Power supply: 8.2GBP
https://goo.gl/MKRLjT <--- Raspberry pi + 16GB SD card: 33GBP
https://goo.gl/TaujaT <--- Case: 3GBP
https://goo.gl/Fcp5sM <---- Heatsink: 1GBP
https://goo.gl/CBJivH <---- 2 SNES controllers: 5GBP
The SNES mini costs 70GBP+
And you not only have a retro machine, you have a full debian environment and can do everything you can imagine (web browsing and home media capabilities, etc)
Subjective, therefore, no comment
I'm not a raspberry pi fanboy, I don't even have one. I just simply think of what gives me the best value.
If you really care that much about the price, just use your PC man.
Agreed. I built a Pi system a few months ago, and it's amazing, but I still bought the SNES Classic. Why the hell not?? It's official Nintendo hardware, and it's cute