Gotcha. For Gradius and Contra - I haven't seen that they've been updated to handle Canoe SS/R features.
There was a tweet from the creator that you could disable SRAM function by editing the hex, not sure if that can help with Contra
Just the fact it doesn't have a boot-menu screen makes me prefer hakchi over Lunar.
While I enjoy the work the ModMyClassic team does, I just dislike the boot screens they inserted in both the PSX Classic and Genesis Mini mods.Just the fact it doesn't have a boot-menu screen makes me prefer hakchi over Lunar.
It has folder support and you can launch RA games through the UI. Lunar will do that too, but right now it doesn't.
What I do wonder is how the patches work. Apparently the Lunar guys have some patches for some of the games that don't work, and I'm wondering if that's something hakchi will do too?
You can actually disable those boot menu screens and load directly to the UI. It still appears for a split second though.While I enjoy the work the ModMyClassic team does, I just dislike the boot screens they inserted in both the PSX Classic and Genesis Mini mods.
Instead of forcing stuff like the Emulation Station and Retroarch boot screens that Project Lunar has, I greatly prefer the much more minimalistic and more user customizable approach that Hakchi provides.
I want all four of my Mini Classics to be as stock as possible, just with the additional games. I haven't checked if a superior alternative to BleemSync for the PSX Classic exists, but anything without a boost screen that immediately goes into the stock setup would be nice.
1) They said they are, but we'll see to what extent.Is Lunar actually working on patches for game with issues? I know they have some already, but they're mostly PAL fixes and such.
Does Hakchi have the issue where you lose your saves if you add/remove games (due to the weird indexing)?
Has anyone here taken the plunge to try it out?