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I was a lifelong inverted player until the start of this console generation. I had primarily been an xbox / 360 player in prior generations and chose to go PS4 this time around. The controller was a little awkward to use initially for me, so I decided to go ahead and unlearn the inverted control style at the same time I broke myself into the playstation controller. It worked well and I'm no longer inverted.

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Sorry guys...this feature's days are limited. Nintendo lawyers gonna raid the office any minute now.

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Just finished my first level and it had to be GB themed.

Bat vs Knife

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@matticus: The power switch and volume slider are cosmetic. They move, but that's it. You certainly could actually rig a working switch up if you knew what you were doing with it. The 'case' I used is actually a USB hub that just happens to have enough room to mount a raspberry pi inside if you file away a few holes to accommodate the audio, power, and hdmi ports.

Hope the settings help some people. I never bothered with changing them until a few weeks ago. I had recently started playing through Super Metroid and was having issues doing wall jumps. Remembered seeing those setting changes, made them in retroarch, and was hitting wall jumps without much issue after that.

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Here's my retropie system next to my old genesis. I used to have it in a basic 3d printed NES case, but decided to change things up a few months back.

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Also, if anyone feels like the emulators feel a little laggy, here's some retroarch settings you might want to change to speed it up a bit.

Turn on Use Fullscreen mode
Turn off Fullscreen window mode
Turn on VSync
Turn off Threaded Video
Turn on GPU hard sync