Yeah, except there is no ORA forum last I checked on their website. The Retropie forum isn't responding with anything helpful other than a link to the ORA discord. Makes me think that the oh-so-great Raspberry Pi/SBC community isn't so great and helpful as it claims to be.
I figured maybe someone would be willing to help here, but the GIFT is in full effect here as well as everywhere else on the Internet, it seems. And people act like r/pcmasterrace is such a bad place when it at least will respond to issues people are having. I should have known that DC "support" (translation: runs OK, but with noticeable lag, is unable to be stretched to a 16:9 ratio (it's what I like, IDGAF what purists say), and only requires you to push one button to exit the emulator, which could fuck you over if you were to play a game like Shenmue 1/2, assuming those games even are playable on the XU4 to begin with!) was essentially "woo! we hit this milestone, but it's with compromises!"
For me, it's either it supports most of the games within reason all the way (I mean, I'm just expecting it to be able to play CvS1 and 2, MVC2, Ikaruga, and some others for the most part, and those aren't exactly the most demanding games on the system. I'd understand Virtua Fighter 3, Dead or Alive 2, and the Sonic Adventure games to not be working at full speed).
What also doesn't help is that Discord doesn't work like any other forum or website. You have to "Claim your Account" when all I use that account for is to ask questions about things that I run into problems with. I don't know how they made logging in and using a password so fucktarded.
@dr-methyl me semble que rice est pour pi seulement, point de vue code ... mais je ne mettrais pas ma main à couper. En tout cas il y a des parties de code spécifiques au pi que j'avais du patcher pour la 18.01.13