UNSOLVED Either set up a more complicated RetroPie or wait for Recalbox 4.1 ?
Anybody can suggest what is more time consuming?
I will recognize every suggestion.
@farbkasten Why do you need that much 4.1 instead of 4.0 ? Just for the internal BT ?
RustyMG last edited by RustyMG
All your really missing in 4.1 is the bluetooth support, PSP and Dreamcast emulation.
I've tried easily over 150 games for those systems, with very VERY few working, and of the ones that did, I was only happy with the performance of a handful of games, so your not really missing out on much.
Recalbox just "works".
Retropie techically offers (much) more, but man it's hard work.
I've been there. I currently have Recalbox and Retropie setups running and Retropie is a pain.
If you stay with Recalbox , when 4.1 goes live your setup will seamlessly update making those 2 systems available without you having to do anything.
I've tried easily over 150 games for those systems, with very VERY few workibg
PPSSPP can be tweaked to increase performance by almost 50% on some games. So far, the only one i've tried (among the very few I tested overall) is ultimate ghouls'n'ghost which has graphics major issues that just crash the emulator after a while.
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@substring yeah, I've tried all the suggestions and tweaks from Reddit to be honest, and results are....varied.
I downloaded 4.1 unstable from the net and i got to admit, i really loved the original recallbox , eazy to upload roms, all games work out of the box for me, ecept for mame, i just had to change the core to fba, and they all work after that. i dont use any fancy setups just regular stuff with a chinese ps3 usb gamepad. all in a rpi3. i can share the image if u want to, retropie, was more a pita to set up.
@substring Four player Playstation 1 support!
And i'm finally finished my conversion of an old Kathrein TV-Receiver into a Raspberry Pi/Recalbox Fun console.
I don't want to set it up with an old version of Recalbox when there is an new version (hopefully) up close.
@javier-sandoval Thanks for the Image, but it didn't work on my Raspberry Pi 2.
I think i need a Raspberry Pi 3 for the Image you uploaded.
@farbkasten yes it is, sorry for the confusion
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@javier-sandoval Can you share with me the 4.1 image?
@uzanto pm me
@javier-sandoval I'd appreciate such behaviour doesn't happen here (some 4.1 black market)