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  • Omnija
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    It would be a good idea to make an online excel doc for whats playable and whats not with known issues.

    Djinny
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    There are a lot of factors for what’s playable and what isn’t, we’d need to add any details of overclocks etc, phantasy star online v2 works. It stutters, but it may be considered playable.

    I can’t actually play most games due to the face that i can’t reverse the thumb stick axis or change the sensitivity. up is down, left is right, and i only get about 1/2 of the full tilt range. maybe a bit less. so in PSOv2, i can get my character to walk around, but can’t really “run”.

    Omnija
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    How come after setting up the time and date in the vmu, it resets on each boot?

    labelwhore
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    [quote=113021]How come after setting up the time and date in the vmu, it resets on each boot?

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    ^^ seriously, this. I don’t remember this happening on my 2.6 image, but now on 3.3 I have to set the time and date every time I start a game.

    xalmar
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    Regarding configuring gamepad: I can’t get my wireless 360 controller to work with Reicast since updating the Retropie script and reinstalling Reicast. Everything worked on my previous installation.

    I have configured my controller in Emulationstation and I read that Retropie now integrates the configuring for Reicast there as well but alas, no luck. I found a Reicast joy-config in /opt/retropie/emulators/reicast/bin but running that dig not change anything.

    I have also tried to edit EMU.cfg.

    What else is there to do?

    labelwhore
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    This ended up working for me. But don’t copy and paste, type these values in.

    http://www.petrockblock.com/forums/topic/dreamcast/#post-112927

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