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The Panasonic 3do Real Multiplayer was a Home Video Game Console developed by the 3do company in 1994. Its humongous price tag of $700 and oversaturation in the video game market at the time meant it was a commercial failure.
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Note that this is experimental- even with an overclocked RPi2 it was incredibly laggy and slow. Definitely won't be coming out of experimental any time soon. It can be installed from the experimental menu of the RetroPie-Setup Script.
With RPi3 (stock and overclocked) no real difference in performance compared to the RPi2. Bust-A-Move took around 1 minute to load on stock speed and 39 seconds overclocked. Both had choppy sound and controller lag. As of 8/6/2016.
With the Odroid XU4 performance is increased with many games being playable as of July 2018 when development was taken over by a newer developer. CPU threading being added for the CPU/GPU found in the XU4 continues to increase performance as of September 2018.
Accepted File Extensions: .iso .bin/cue
Place your 3do ROMs in
The file needed is panafz10.bin
Place your panafz10.bin BIOS file in
lr-4do utilises Retroarch configurations
Add custom retroarch controls to the retroarch.cfg file in
For more information on custom RetroArch controls see: RetroArch Configuration