It's "fine." Not amazing, not sucktacular.
If you want to add more games, you can either:
- watch some long-winded jerkstore video about how to do it, or
- just make a folder called "retrobit games" on an SD card, and put your files in there. Unzip your cartridge ROMs, leave MAME ROMs zipped. Add a matching image file if you want to be able to actually find stuff if you're adding more than a few files.
- honestly "tubers," you're completely annoying to me. I know you want to get hits and ad revenue, but posting a written blog article would be a much better thing to do for the community.
There's already drama about the potential use of Libretro. It gets nerdy and complicated very quickly. ....
Thanks for the link on Libretro didn't know Piko involvement wrt byuu bsnes, tangential to the Retrocade but probably exemplary on how quite a few publishers misbehave (hardware or software based).
At the end that post is simply summarized with "companies mostly make retroboxes/pc-ports as a quick cash grab without having the rights to any/most of the emulators they use and they actual act as if the opensource community is at fault".
Anyhow the jerkstore bit made me chuckle ... thanks! There's the Core Store and the Jerk Store to each his own.