I find bad documentation really annoying. If you want to setup RetroArch and connect it to a CRT display, instructions are pretty weak. You have to jump around 3 different sites to get some cohesive information and the official libretro wiki doesn’t mention anything. This guide will cover getting RetroArch connected to your CRT display, pumping out glorious 240p or whichever natively resolutions you’ll be using.
In the first part of our DEMUL guide, we covered prerequisites and some basic knowledge needed to get the emulator running. In the 2nd instalment we’re going to concentrate on the meat and bones, the emulator itself. DEMUL is easy, if you know whats exactly needed, something that isn’t really explained in detail anywhere. By the end of this guide you’ll be playing Marvel vs Capcom 2 in no time.
Big Blue being a small front-end in terms of usage and coverage, there is pretty much no one making themes. So I decided to get my hands dirty and give it a crack. BB’s themes are based on XML, and despite having very very limited options, I’ve managed to come up with a few themes that I’m quite happy with.
For the longest time, I thought Hyperspin was the bees knees of emulator front ends. When I first discovered it back in 2012, it looked out of this world. Fast forward 6 or so years later, and I hateeeee using HyperSpin. It’s time we find a better front end.