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Hi group, I have recently migrated the frontend of my arcade machine from Hyperspin to the Launchbox / BigBox / Retroarch triad. Now, I am choosing very well which platforms/games / ROMs to upload to my new system and prioritizing QUALITY and personal taste, instead of quantity (I don't want to have 20,000 games as before and not get to play at 1%) With this objective, to looking for modern games, and to refloat previous threads of this forum and other Google channels that I have been reading, I would like to create this new thread to serve as a list and repository where to add modern games for the Windows PC platform (and steam, epic, etc. .) In principle, I promise to keep this list updated with your contributions and provided that they meet each of these requirements: - 100% compatible with arcade machine gameplay experience (cockpit, CPU stick panel, bartops, etc.) - These games must be mappable using software tools: x360ce, joytokey, AutoHotkey, etc. - Indicate for each game if it is 1 player / 2 player coop (or more) - Indicate any other info of the game that you think is appropriate to mention for its usefulness (example: you need to use more than 6 buttons, ...) Above all, the MOST IMPORTANT thing is that the games allows great gameplay in an arcade machine/cabinet and a good experience. All your contributions, comments and constructive critics will are welcome. Thanks for your time ? ?️ LIST OF BEST / FAVORITE MODERN GAMES TO PLAY ON ARCADE MACHINE WITH JOYSTICK CONTROLLERS ?️ ? Update date: 08/31/2020 (sorted by insertion date) ? Abbreviations: 1P/2P/2P+ (num. players) - AHK (autohotkey) - UCR/x360ce/WoJ/JoyToKey (mappers) ?♂️ Friends contributing: @twobucks Broforce - 2P+ - x360ce Cuphead - 2P - x360ce/JoyToKey Streets of Rage 4 - 2P+ Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3 - 2P - WoJ Slice, Dice & Rice - 2P - WoJ Dragon Ball FigherZ - 2P - x360ce Sine Mora - 1P - WoJ Bionic command Rearmed (keyboard mapping 1 player) BluzBlue Centralfiction (UCR 2 player) Castle Crashers (UCR 2player) Crazy Taxi 3 (keyboard mapping 1 player) Crimzon Clover World Ignition (keyboard mapping 2 player coop) DariusBurst Chronical saviours (UCR 2 player coop) Duck Game (keyboard mapping 2 player) Fight N Rage (keyboard mapping 2 player) Guns Gore & Cannoli (keybaord mapping 2 player) Horizon Chase Turbo (2 player IPAC buttom remap on startup) House of the Dead 3 (Dual lightguns using demulshooter 2player) Killer Instinct (2 player IPAC button remap on startup) Mortal Kombat X (UCR 2 player) Nidhogg (keyboard mapping 2 player) Outrun 2006 Coast to Coast (keyboard mapping 1 player) Pac man 256 (2 player IPAC button remap on statup) Race the sun (keyboard mapping 1 player) Rayman Origins (keyboard mapping 2 player) Refender (keyboard mapping 1 player) Road Rash (keyboard mapping 1 player) Skullgirls 2nd encore (UCR 2 player) Street fighter V (UCR and x360ce 2 player) The TakeOver (IPAC reconfigure and UCR 2player) Tekken 7 (IPAC reconfigure and UCR 2 player) Tiger Woods PGA Tour 08 (trackball and AHK script 2+ player) Castle of illusion Mickey Mouse - 1P - x360ce - (great game for kids)
Hey guys! This is my first post here... but I've been using Launchbox for a while now, and absolutely love it! Anyway, I was just curious about something. Today, I received some USB N64 controllers and while they're fully functional, the analog sticks are somewhere between functional and terrible. Now, I see that it's possible to replace the analog sticks on official N64 controllers. I'm actually quite interested in getting the GameCube replacement. But I'd like to know if anyone here has had any experience replacing the stick on one of these unofficial N64-USB controllers (either from Retrobit, or anywhere else). Given that I just got mine today and haven't gotten around to opening it up, yet. I'll probably do that sometime tomorrow. I wanted to ask you guys first though... Do you think it's do-able or am I wasting my time? Are the guts inside the controllers pretty much the same? Any input would be appreciated! Thanks!