Can gameshell run GBA games?


#1

Some people were saying it can’t so I guess I wondering if it’s true or not?
Thanks!


#2

The emulator is just down, currently.

I have played and beaten many gba games that ran flawlessly


#3

Yes, it depends on the game and the emulator. I’ve been playing GBA with mine this week.
The GBA emu is a bit laggy on some games.


#4

gPSP is the one you want. It just won’t work currently.


#5

#6

can’t seem to get mine to work, i got the config files but i am unsure of where to put the bios


#7

Manually make a folder called “BIOS” in /home/cpi

Then open retroarch and go to settings>directories and set the system directory to the BIOS folder.

Then put th bios in there


#8

MGBA gives me good results and it comes by default on the cpi


#9

Gpsp crashes when I try to load ffvi or MegaMan zero 2/4 on it. It loads on mgba but it’s laggy. I don’t get any errors when gpsp crashes. Does it not work with clockworkpi?


#10

what core do u use to run GBA? megaman z2 works perfect on game play, expect the sound is quite laggy even with latency of 96msec.
did u use the mgba core from the @Micro007 (with @Micro007 's shared mgba core) tutorial page?? the default core is not good, better change the core which can be found in this forum


#11

I’m using the mgba_liberto.so core for mgba found on the buildbot . Are you using gpsp? I’ll try the core found on this forum. I was under the impression that it was old


#12

Gpsp is where it’s at for sure


#13

it worked, u are a god sir


#14

yup it was gpsp~ sound is quite weired sometimes, but the best core for gba so far


#15

now about the screen tearing, any tips on games like silent hill on ps1? i have 60 fps but screen seems to not be able to keep up :confused: