ska90Participant02/26/2015 at 13:57Post count: 3
I am fairly new at the retropie. I am using retropie 2.6. I really need help in setting up my ps4 controller with the pi. For now i just have my keyboard hooked up to the pi.
ThanksquellenParticipant03/01/2015 at 16:49Post count: 1
how can I make an adaptor for use Commodore64/Atari2600 joystick?sirscottyParticipant03/08/2015 at 22:01Post count: 1
If this thing goes through, You can use REAL controllers, not aftermarkets. I have his older single player version, and it is simply amazing!! Works great on the Pi, as it requires NO DRIVERS!!!!!! Also…. NO LAG!!!justinbeairdParticipant03/08/2015 at 22:40Post count: 49
[quote=90685]If this thing goes through, You can use REAL controllers, not aftermarkets. I have his older single player version, and it is simply amazing!! Works great on the Pi, as it requires NO DRIVERS!!!!!! Also…. NO LAG!!!
That would be nice if that hub was wireless and had a rechargeable batteryplasmah77Participant03/10/2015 at 12:18Post count: 2
I use the Logitech Gamepad F310 USB.
Works well for everything. I did have a strange problem with it in Final Burn Alpha. For some reason even tho I was using the Libretro-fba the controller config I set up would not work in the games. Only my exit emulation buttons did. After a few hours trying to figure it out I decided to just redo the retroarch controller config utility and it worked perfect after that. Dunno if that’s a bug or not.cortexParticipant03/12/2015 at 10:18Post count: 32
I’m using the “Speedlink Torid” Gamepad.
It’s working without thenNeed of any drivers. The only point I’m trying to figure out is how to set up the playernumber-leds to Show the correspondig Player like I asked in this post:
But cacophony555’s post
[quote=4551]Just bought a Logitech F310 which works great with the Raspberry Pi. No need to install any driver software either.
surprisingly I needed to set the switch to “XInput” mode for it to work. DirectInput did not work for me.
made me think about Setting it to x-Input mode. maybe it’s using the xboxdrv when in x-Input mode? so i could try to Switch the leds.
I’m going to give you an update about this later.AnonymousInactive03/14/2015 at 15:58Post count: 1
Has anyone had any experience using the CombatKing 2 player controller with rp that you can find on fleabay?spjonezParticipant03/15/2015 at 17:37Post count: 7
Do adapters like this work in the new 2.0 version? http://www.ebay.com/itm/NEW-Sealed-Retro-SNES-USB-Adapter-for-PC-MAC-Super-Nintendo-Controller-Converter-/171708197487
:DjaymzwiseParticipant03/16/2015 at 14:54Post count: 19
I’m using a wired PS4 controller without any problem but I’m trying to use it wirelessly.lasergeckoParticipant03/19/2015 at 23:39Post count: 16
how can I make an adaptor for use Commodore64/Atari2600 joystick?[/quote]
That would be fairly simple to make and interface to the ControlBlock. You’d just need a DB9 male connector, wires, and any of the diagrams on the internet.justinbeairdParticipant03/26/2015 at 11:17Post count: 49
What is the cheapest way to go with wireless controllers? i am looking for ps3/xbox layout style onesnbk7Participant03/26/2015 at 15:55Post count: 16
2x NES30 controller by 8Bitdo – Config File Attached
What works perfectly fine:
– UAE4ALL2 (p1 only due to bug in UAE4ALL2)
What doesnt work:
– vice (controller only works in vice menu. buttons are messed up)
– mupen64plus (haven’t found a way to configure the controls)
If you detect the controllers as keyboards you can use vice via assigned keyboard letters but that causes issues with other emulators.elgur85Participant03/30/2015 at 19:31Post count: 34
I’m using Logitech Dual Action, a rather old controller now I think.
But it works like a charm. :)drvenkmanParticipant04/02/2015 at 02:33Post count: 35
I’m using an X-Arcade Tankstick and the RetroPie Xarcade2jstick service. Works great for most thing I’ve tried. Sadly mouse/trackball support seems not be present in MAME4ALL, but it works great in AdvancedMAME, so I use that for all the classic Trak-Ball games (Missile Command, Centipede, Millipede …).j2k15Participant04/03/2015 at 09:03Post count: 15
In order to make it more fun, I bought here and there several types of controllers depending on the system I want to play with.
– 2 wired BigBen controllers PS3-like
– 2 wired controllers SNES-like
– 2 wired controllers NES-like
– 2 wired controllers N64-like
– A USB keyboard
For SNES, I’ve also this one:
It’s suite close from the original hardware un terms of feeling.czesiek32Participant04/06/2015 at 12:13Post count: 22
I currently use ‘Retrolink USB SNES Classic Controller’ – it works fine without any extra configuration required. I recommend it to everyone who looks for a decent quality controller for a low price.
Edit: works with RP 2.6, not with 3.0beta2 https://github.com/retropie/RetroPie-Setup/issues/795AnonymousInactive04/08/2015 at 15:54Post count: 5
I understand that mupen has it’s own configuration file for controllers, which is why my SNES-type don’t work with it.
Do you have a working configuration file for the N64 controllers you can share?
Edit: I just did a binaries update for 3.0B2 – and now mupen “sees” my Retrolink clone N64 controller, and I actually got Mario Kart to run nicely, but in the bottom 1/4 of the screen. Still, it is a start, and the graphics were perfect using the rice. Just need to tweak the video settings, apparently.lakespiralParticipant04/08/2015 at 16:27Post count: 11
I have the cheap usb snes and nes controlles. Fixed the dpad problem from the Snes controllers by putting hot glue inside. The circuit board had only one screw. Bought two 2,4G playstation clone controllers from ebay but I don’t know how to get them to work. Any ideas? http://www.ebay.com/itm/2-x-2-4G-USB-Wireless-Dual-Vibration-Gamepad-Controller-Joystick-For-PC-Laptop-/310811174850?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item485dca27c2dannysmith43Participant04/14/2015 at 22:45Post count: 6
Hey, I’m thinking about getting a 2.4Ghz wireless usb gamepad, will they all work the same?
I’m looking at this one
any one else have this model?
thanksj2k15Participant04/16/2015 at 07:54Post count: 15
I configure my controllers by registering them as a retroarch one.
But I have not tried yet with N64 ones and don’t know the RetroArch mapping between N64 specific buttons and RetroArch controller ones (e.g. which key to press when I’m requested to press R2, …).
For the image, it has probably to do with the resolution that does not match with your monitor one.
Regards.chunkypopsParticipant04/17/2015 at 22:18Post count: 1
Hi guys, will I be able to run 4 xbox 360 wireless controllers with one PC adapter
-> N64 obviously :D?phoenixParticipant05/12/2015 at 19:34Post count: 35
[quote=95299]Hi guys, will I be able to run 4 xbox 360 wireless controllers with one PC adapter
-> N64 obviously :D?
I have played Mario Kart with (3) Logitech 310s, and then with (2) xbox wireless controllers using a MS USB plugged directly into the pi (no powered hub). Both worked fine, so I wouldn’t know why not. I only have 2 wireless xbox controllers, so I can’t check that.jonvParticipant05/13/2015 at 20:31Post count: 6
Does anyone use any of these USB N64 controllers available from funstock: http://www.funstock.co.uk/retro/pc-mac-usb-controllers
successfully with Retropie N64 emulators?
I wasn’t expecting such a choice!AnonymousInactive06/21/2015 at 18:11Post count: 5
I am using Xbox360 pads for playing N64 and PSX games and a keyboard for Kodi (which is very annoying). For everything else, I am using the not-so-much insider’s tipp, the iBuffalo SNES style classic gamepads. They are really awesome!morti667Participant06/23/2015 at 18:22Post count: 8darksaviorParticipant08/27/2015 at 23:37Post count: 27
USB xbox 360 stick for arcade games
USB PC-Engine controller for pce/nes games (soldered a usb chip inside)
Soldered sfc controller ports to gpio so I can use original snes/sfc controllers
For kodi I use the yatse remote control app for androidpommeParticipant09/23/2015 at 22:04Post count: 15
XBOX 360 Wireless controller for Windows.nightwalka80Participant01/04/2016 at 02:19Post count: 2
I am new to this and am vision impaired. I bought a unit from ebay with 2 wireless ps3 style controllers. Most things work ok I would like to get my rettrolink N64 wired controller going for N64 games can anyone assist?
This is what I have however bought a long time ago on ebay and was using with no issues on the pc
http://www.funstock.co.uk/nintendo-64-usb-controller&filter_name=n64%20controllerComputer NinjaParticipant01/04/2016 at 16:06Post count: 22
Up until recently, I was able to use a Logitech Rumblepad to play games but I just pulled out my RetroPie a few days ago for some RetroLove and all I could do was move the menu that selects which emulator to run (by going left and right) but nothing else.
Why would I be running into this issue all of a sudden?
I did quickly notice that the controller was recognized during POST.meneerjansenParticipant01/19/2016 at 14:25Post count: 97
Thank you all for the tip about the Retrolink brand for (classic) controllers. I think I’m gonna buy one. But I’d like to ask you all something first.
I have quite a few controllers w/ a D-pad. But they all are 8-way D-pads, even when they have only four buttons! That causes the controller to do unwanted things to Pac-Pan or whatever character I want to move. For instance, when I press ‘left’ on the D-pad and accidentally press that single button a bit too much up then Pac-Man goes up instead to the left! I didn’t have that problem back in the days or w/ a keyboard.
So I want a controller that has a real FOUR way D-pad. Are the Retrolink (NES) controllers like that? Or are they, in fact, 8-way D-pads “disguised” as 4-way’s?djdarkxParticipant01/20/2016 at 21:30Post count: 4
I’m using the RetroUSB adapters so I can use my authentic NES and SNES controllers. The NES controllers are my originals from when I was a kid, dating back to the late 80’s, and my SNES controllers are somewhat newly acquired. One was from an SNES I got at a Goodwill when I was working there a few years back and the most recent one was from last month, ordered online.
They really are fantastic adapters to use with RetroPie if you have the original controllers and not aftermarket USB knock-offs that have a history for breaking quickly or being, um, less than accurate.drewb0yParticipant01/22/2016 at 09:03Post count: 2
Picked up a pair of these Sabrent Twelve-Button USB 2.0 Gamepad for PC on sale at Fry’s today for 7.99 apiece. After taxes it ended up being cheaper than the 2 pack they had! Seems to set up and function fine in Retropie so far. Only thing was when configuring the 2 analog sticks it would say already taken on the 4 directions. I guess it mirrors the D-Pad then. Just thought I would share this in case anyone is starting a new build like me and can’t wait for getting their controlblock and SNES controller setup.
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