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Ninja Doctor

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  1. Does that have an internal psu or did they externalise for the super slim?
  2. Mine came just before the weekend. I then realised I don’t much care for Atari
  3. The psx classic usb controller is great for mister. Otherwise you’ll want to get a dualshock4.
  4. I’ve never done a swap out. I know some folks have used GameCube style stick units. The actual stick isn’t bad to take apart and grease up. I have bought other bits from this chap though: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/194309669034
  5. Yeah this is just using a pi as a smb share server.
  6. The stick itself is a single unit with a connector. It’s really simple to swap it out as a unit. even opening it up it’s not too bad. A couple of screws/clips and you’re in.
  7. Without checking out the video, was this the psx-pi-share software? I’ve recently done similar but using a pi3a which only has a single usb and no Ethernet. I’ve had to use the sd card for storage with a usb Ethernet adapter. I think I prefer the ps2 fat with the internet hdd though despite the horrific fan noise my fat is cursed with.
  8. Write the sd card now and copy update_all into the scripts folder. Job done.
  9. Shield rod is powered by the shield you have equipped. Once you have the Alucard shield it’s ridiculous. 255 damage several times a second.
  10. Yep component is the best option followed by a good* component to hdmi converter if no component inputs. *do not waste your money on those ps2 hdmi cables. The component to hdmi chip is the cheapest one possible. though the correct answer is to buy a big CRT for it.
  11. I think I’ve had a different word today. Mine didn’t have any vowels in.
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