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  1. 2 points
    @CaseBC we seriously need you guys to sign up for 2on2, RetroArch matches. https://forum.nhl94.com/index.php?/topic/16398-snes-2v2-the-beginning/
  2. 1 point
    I'll be streaming games from leagues/tournaments every Thursday. Typically for about 2 hours some time between 7-11PM. Twitch URL: twitch.tv/kingofnhl94 Example stream: annatar vs BobKudelski Summer League Finals To get notifications on your phone that the stream is about to start: Download the Twitch app to your phone - iPhone | Android Make an account (or sign in with your account) Go to twitch.tv/kingofnhl94 Click the 'Follow' button (might need to start playing one of the videos first)
  3. 1 point
    I second that. Need to stream it too.
  4. 1 point
    Hey guys! I’m 2times I love NHL and I’m really excited to be playing online matches. This is my first circuit. Just recently been playing the Genesis version a lot due to quarantine life. I’m a diehard San Jose Sharks fan. I can’t wait to start playing in some leagues with you guys! I’m so thrilled I found NHL94Online!
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    The FXPAK Pro used to be called SD2SNES. You can prob find them on eBay for much cheaper now.
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    Yeah Mario Kart uses the DSP chip. The Super Everdrives had a spot on the board where you can solder one on to. Mario Andretti's racing also has the DSP chip, and goes for like $5 on eBay, so you could take the chip out of there and put it in the Everdrive and can play games like Mario Kart. I don't think theres a spot on the new versions to do that though.
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    I love my everdrive. It’s caused me to sell most of my game collection. One thing you’d notice playing on real hardware compared to a software emulation box (rPi) is input lag. This is extremely noticeable in platformers. Real hardware just performs much better. Everdrives can add up in price. My new special toy is a MiSTer. It’s $150 for the de10 board, and all the emulators (cores) for it are open source and free. It is an FPGA based solution (like the Analogue products) and instead of emulating with software like the rPi does (or any PC emulator), the cores emulate with hardware. It uses the FPGA and programs it to act like the real hardware. The results are great. There’s a lot of different cores (the usual consoles, and even better, arcade cores!). Check it out. Playing the arcade version of games like SF2 are great. And more cores are still in development. one thing about everdrives, is they don’t have the special chips for some games (like super fx for star fox). So there are some games that are incompatible with it.
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    How many tabs of acid do I have to drop to understand these? Or maybe it's like one of those Magic Eye posters that you have to stare at until you're crosseyed.
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    Yeah they do. It's like, $200 bucks, though.