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  1. Loaded it up to give the VR support a try. They really need to work on it as the performance is horrid but it is really cool to stand on these worlds and actually sit in your ship
  2. If I was Nintendo I'd say that too - who wants to be held responsible for people and their $8 horrible Chinese random junk drives?
  3. I've got two USB flash drives in the front of my WiiU, one for WiiU games and the other for Wii/GC games. Quite handy...
  4. That monstrosity on the right looks like it was made out of melted cheese and black shoe polish by an imbecile.
  5. Mega link updated https://mega.nz/#F!A0sh2KoJ!IhAlzGhEcmAH8jfORRXPXg
  6. There hasn't been a core port yet, but that FPGA should be plenty powerful enough. The DE-10 Nano is a heavily Intel subsidized development board - the raw FPGA (Cyclone V SE) price alone is like $260...
  7. Not on the MiSTer... https://github.com/MiSTer-devel/Main_MiSTer/wiki
  8. Check out the Unread Content under My Activity Streams, and set it to Condensed view - it's pretty good.
  9. I played this a bit after it came out. I initially looked at it for a few minutes and kind of bounced off of it, I'm sooo glad I went back to it - it's such an amazing game...
  10. Mega link updated https://mega.nz/#F!swNmUYoR!MexQSyM41U2RWZjbqQu7eg
  11. You don't need to but you'll be in a world of hurt (as Zogging Hell alluded to), if you don't. The original manual I scanned and linked above covers HD installation.
  12. I received the RetroTink 2X a short while ago and finally got around to giving it a spin, the 7800 was actually the second thing I hooked up to it for testing. If you're looking for a relatively inexpensive ultra-low latency, high quality line doubler/converter this is an excellent choice. It flawlessly handled all the 2600/7800 I threw at it so far, and did a nice job with the PS2 component output as well. There's a very nice free case design available for it as well, which I just printed up today. https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3341440
  13. It does, I have a HUGE 16MB card that's a Mac hard drive.
  14. It's the same problem with getting files to any generic old Mac. This can be worked around with conversions to/from MacBinary and HQX (BinHex 4) formats, this way the data and resource forks are encapsulated. You of course need an appropriate (and version compatible) decoder on the Mac side.
  15. Now you're playing with power : ) I've put up the Spectre manual here if you need it: https://www.scribd.com/document/21013692/Spectre-GCR-Manual
  16. Updated current Preservation set available at : https://mega.nz/#F!g00X1ALa!Vb4tGV0cNFSHe7220HG-VA
  17. Tracos still going strong : ) http://atariage.com/forums/topic/279606-1200xl-traco-7805-replacements/
  18. KryoFlux is a USB based solution designed for modern systems and it operates in a very different fashion from USB based floppy devices.
  19. The MiSTer is a bargain at the price and has some really solid cores. Hell, the SNES functionality alone, now with added expansion chip support - is worth the price right there!
  20. I'd think something like that would have undesirable lag... no ?
  21. As mentioned in the RetroN 77 thread, here's a RetroN 77 Community Build test image with USB support enabled via the RetroN 77s Micro USB power jack. This will allow you to plug in a USB keyboard and USB adapter devices such as the Stelladaptor/2600-daptor and use real paddles and other devices that may be supported by your adapter. You will need a Micro USB Host OTG Cable with Micro USB Power, and a (preferably powered) USB hub if using more than one device or anything that requires a decent amount of USB power. DO NOT attempt to plug anything other than a very low power device into the OTG cable without using a powered USB hub. You have been warned... Micro USB Host OTG Cable with Micro USB Power: Test build: sdcard.remo.20190119-1727.test.zip
  22. Shift+Arrow keys should get you there.
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