Raiden fighters 2 mame not updating
That would cover both rapid fire and auto fighting-game combos in a highly flexible manner without our having to directly support them. Which is a shame as it really is an amazing piece of software.I have actually been putting quite a bit of thought into this for the past 2-3 weeks. However, I would like to share some of this cool stuff with my wife.It does not meet the ‘hand it to the wife’ factor at all.It took me a couple of days trying and messing with QMC2 to even get it to launch a mess title. It is also sort of frustrating as to really know if a game works decently you have to open it up and try it. But for some systems it is not entirely clear a particular game will not work.Below is a video of me playing Zero Team 2000 from start to finish.
The information presented there displays if a game is supported before you even launch it.i think it’s safe to say Haze knows this hence all the debug code being added to the drivers with a view to pinning down what games read what commands and when to hopefully create some new protection code to handle these commands ASP I vaguely remember such a board for RF2 but no one’s been able to confirm the existence of these and I’m personally running from 14 year old memories of the old arcade I used to enjoy going to. Screenshots here: Hy Stupid question: what happens if an unemulated command/ illegal opcode is called ? coincidental timing, but I did just suggest we start to look into ‘easy to add / easy to maintain / non-harmful’ user friendly features where possible.Speaking of the 2000 boards, hap’s recent update to the SPI driver that removed E-Jan’s imperfect graphics tag (woohoo! Shouldn’t the CPU or whomever it concerns cause a failure or some defined exception ? always seems a bit silly to me for us to be losing users to alt MAME builds or other emulators just because of a few simple missing features, I do prefer people to be testing the baseline builds where possible, and such a feature would make testing easier, even for devs.That’s a guess, although it’s even more bizarre to me that Zero Team retained it’s sound hardware on the re-releases.What’s less of a guess is that the protection has also pretty much locked the current IP owners out of being able to license the game out until now because nobody has been able to emulate the original, and presumably the existing ports are tied to other agreements (and not 100% arcade accurate anyway) Yeah, that would make sense.