I tried Blazing Lazers, Bonk's Adventure, Side Arms, and Ninja Spirit--all are full speed with the counter pegged at 59/60 fps at all times. Final Soldier loaded up and seemed to be 100% full speed, until I switched to the bubble and fire weapons, the additional animation of that firepower along with the background animations seemed to slow things down a lot. The counter showed it down as much as 50fps, but it felt slower than that. I haven't had a lot of time to play around with it yet but it's looking pretty damn good so far. I'm curious if it can even handle CD-ROM games. I have a few images I made of my collection with lower sampling rates somewhere, I'll try to give a few of those games a go.
CD-ROM games will play just as smoothly for the most part. For best performance, it is recommended that you stick with uncompressed audio and put such games on the external sd card.
Anyway, don't expect amazing performance : it's already surprising that it can run as it is.
I don't think there's much i could do other than profile said Final Soldier game.
Consider overclocking if you are not happy with the speed.
One thing I immediately missed is auto-fire. It might be nice to get this added somehow, maybe to the shoulder buttons. A lot of PC Engine games were designed around the auto-fire, which makes sense when you consider the switches for this were built into the standard gamepads.
Have you tried going to "Configure pad" and setting "Rapid II" or "Rapid I" to one of the buttons ?
Also, thanks guys for the free RS-90. I'll definitely let you know once it gets into my hands.
Yeah, I'm hoping it to become one the best GB/GBC/GBA players around.
That's already the case for those consoles CCC: