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  1. If people can get RetroArch work and the long distance emulation is good as well as is suggested by Scribe "Netplay is intriguing because it supposedly uses a peer-to-peer setup with frame rollback similar to ggpo to reduce latency. " then I'd be willing to play some games again. As I've stated in the past my main problem is Gens and how I've perceived drastical changes to my online experience by using different version of the emulator and the latency settings provided by it (you cannot actually know is the opponent using it), I have been vocal and transparent about it since finding it. This i
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  2. Yeah, it's pretty weird. But, Les Paul guitar! I had an imitation Les Paul years ago
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  3. I just downloaded RetroArch this weekend. The startup is confusing at first, but this guide helped with the basics: https://lifehacker.com/how-to-set-up-an-all-in-one-retro-game-emulator-with-re-1745863517. While running RetroArch, select online updater, and then select the gaming system that you want to "update," i.e. download. RetroArch will then install the latest versions of the supported emulators that you select, which are referred to as "cores." Genesis Plus Gx and Picodrive are the two genesis options. Both have been updated recently. To start a game you have to "load core" (emu
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