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I own a PS2 and have some games for it. Online research has turned up little useful info, Thanks! Mar 8, 7, 1 Washington D.
Dec 25, 2, 1. Features Library - One of the standout features of OpenEmu is how it organizes all your games into one unique, unified games library. Watch as backups of the games ROMs you already own are gracefully added to their appropriate library and box art is magically added. You can even create your own 'collections' mix and matched from different consoles.tardiosapguanit.tk
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Most helpful. Probably the only emulator that doesn't work on Snow Leopard. No thanks. Like 5. Best of class, by far. Just wish MAME was a key feature. The main problems I see there is a lack of support for analog controllers, which makes many games unplayable. Unfortunately, the developers seem to be a bit stubborn when asked about adding analog controller support to the MAME core, so I wouldn't expect it to be added any time soon, if at all.
Nice emu frontend. But I cannot get Mame roms to work. If anyone can give me some pointers how to get this up and running would be awesome.
You have to use the nightly build to play MAME games in experimental mode. The standard 2. Crashes every time I open preferences. Crash was tied to opening them while it was updating all the cores or something. A good attempt at consolidating all emulators into one app. The database functionality is excellent.
But many of the emulator settings are hidden away which makes playing some games that require tweaking difficult. Beautifully polished and excellent for a free app, but still needs work.
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Definitely worth looking into however. Like 1. Good idea to have the most of the emulators under the same app, but the ROM organization is very limited, there is no way to put the roms under sub-folders nder the each machine's folder. They also could support the MESS too. Every update is progress, but still unusable as it still won't open compressed rom files other emulators can. My entire genesis collection is in. It shows games in library but they don't even remotely open. Same problem with GBA. Most of those roms it won't even show in library at all.
Again those roms work perfectly in any bannister emulator just fine. It seems a lot more work really needs to be done to ensure this emulator can recognize compressed roms or roms with or without headers. Either expand them or rename them. Also, you can get help on their IRC channel almost anytime you need it. The forums are active. Tru uncompressing your library. They won't take up much more space. Then make sure the extension is appropriate. Regarding headers and proper romsets, Bannister's projects work great but haven't been kept current.