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.
So you want a front-end for your arcade machine and you want it to be simple. No HyperSpin, no steep learning curve, you just want to be able to add games to your setup easily, without learning 50 different programs. Well lucky for you I have just the front-end just for you.
Ever had a MAME game that has an that takes ages loading up? You’ll be happy to know that these are entirely skippable. As I was picking out games for my MAME setup, I noticed a handful of titles that just took ages to load and figured, surely there must be a way to skip these. Not we’re not using frame skip or speed up, we’re gonna be using save states – here’s how we do it.