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The importance of crosshair placement, why you're doing it wrong, and how to fix it.

The importance of crosshair placement, why you're doing it wrong, and how to fix it.

Valorant and the importance of crosshair placement.



Introduction

Hey guys, I'm Twix, and I'm back with another informative post, this time concerning the aspect of crosshair placement. Through this post I will be discussing the importance of crosshair placement within the tac shooter genre, going over the most common mistakes I see people make in my experience as a coach, and offering structured routines to remedy the majority of these mistakes. If you haven't read through any of my posts before ( I wouldn't they're too long ) I am an FPS player which mainly played CS:GO competitively, with around 7k hours and multiple level 10 faceit accounts and LAN wins in the past 5 years, who transitioned towards the end of my CS:GO days into being an FPS coach, I mainly worked with people trying to gain a competitive edge in CS, but later moved to coaching Apex players, and following the closed beta release of Valorant, I have been coaching Valorant players for the past few months, with unanimously positive feedback. If you haven't read my first post which is a comprehensive general guide for players looking to improve in Valorant, I highly recommend you look at it here before continuing on to this post. In relation to other qualifications / achievements, I have hit top 30 as hitscan DPS in Overwatch, maintained top 500 ranking in Apex ( PC ) for a couple of seasons, and hold numerous 1% rankings on various Kovaak's FPS Aim Trainer maps. My main goal in creating these posts is to contribute to the Valorant community by sharing my knowledge gained over 10k collective hours of FPS experience ( mainly Tactical fps ) and hopefully help the people reading my posts improve and gain that competitive edge they need to progress into their desired ranking. For those of you interested in learning more about my coaching service, or looking for a community of Valorant players looking to improve, I will link my Discord server at the end of this post.

Why is crosshair placement important?


If I was asked about the importance of consistent crosshair placement in games such as PUBG, Apex, Overwatch, Fortnite, etc. I would probably answer by saying that while it's beneficial to maintain solid crosshair placement, it's by no means the most important aspect in relation to performing well in those games, in tactical shooters however, it's a whole different story. Tactical shooters are low TTK ( time to kill ) games, and for the most part, a single bullet to the head is enough to eliminate a player, this means that in contrast to AFPS games, or games like Overwatch or Apex, which have a much higher TTK, first shot accuracy is of extreme importance in Valorant, inevitably leading to the fact that crosshair placement is also extremely important. In a game with higher TTK, even if your first shot accuracy isn't perfect in an aim duel, you can win the fight if you land more shots on the opposing player over x amount of time that you trade with them, while in Valorant, whoever needs to make the least amount of adjustment to their crosshair when engaging in a 1v1 scenario wins the exchange. It doesn't matter if your raw aim is out of this world, even if you have the most precise flicks known to the FPS community, if your crosshair placement is sub-optimal, you will lose vs. someone with consistent crosshair placement, this is simply due to the fact that all they need to do, is click once your head moves into their crosshair, often without even needing to move their mouse. Crosshair placement may very well be the most important aspect in relation to gunplay and generally the mechanical aspect of tac shooters such as CS:GO or Valorant, as it's the deciding factor in the majority of aim duels.

Common mistakes


A large amount of players tend to underestimate the importance of crosshair placement in Valorant, and especially the underlying complexity of maintaining consistency in that context. People think that all you need to do to maintain solid crosshair placement is aim high enough to hit headshots, meaning that the only factor that affects crosshair placement is vertical positioning, others still stick to making their main source of information on game improvement being players who make statements as un-informative and vague as "just click heads", my main goal is to break down and explain the multiple factors that go into proper crosshair placement. Lets start with the basics:

Vertical Positioning:
As mentioned above, one of the elements which ties into crosshair placement is vertical positioning. this is the set distance that you need to position your crosshair at in relation to the ground to be able to align your crosshair's horizontal axis with player model head-level. The good thing about vertical positioning, is that you can get accustomed to the head level that the player models have in Valorant quite rapidly, as the hitbox sizes in this game are identical, meaning you can always use the ground as a point of reference to determine where the enemy player's head would be.
In Valorant, the head level always remains a set distance from the ground
In order to train your general ability to place your crosshair at the correct height, try to make a habit out of constantly reminding yourself to place your crosshair at head level, regardless of where you are or what you're doing on the map. What I mean by this, is that even if there isn't any imminent threat of enemy players peeking you, try to keep constantly keep your crosshair at head level, the more time you spend doing this, the faster it will become a habit and become something you do subconsciously, without having to actively focus on the action. This habit allows you to build muscle-memory during otherwise useless down-time, another way to do this is to track your teammate's heads with your crosshair while rotating, leaving spawn etc.
While vertical positioning is something that people get used to relatively easily, I have come across a recurring issue among the VODs of people I coach, and that is that people generally struggle with adapting the vertical component of their crosshair's position to varying points of elevation. Here's an image to help you visualize a scenario where this could be an issue:
Peeking C Long, Positions marked: Cubby ( right ), Platform ( left ), back-site ( back )
In the image above I am peeking into C back-site from C long on the map 'Haven', I have highlighted three different positions / angles where an enemy could potentially peak from in an in-game reenactment of this scenario, Platform, Cubby, and back-site. What you'll notice is that these positions all have different points of elevation, meaning that while using the ground as reference will allow me to maintain my crosshair at head-level if someone peeks my position from ground level on C site, in order to clear cubby and platform, I would need to adjust my crosshair accordingly, using their lower levels as a reference for where the head-level position would be in those angles.
Unfortunately, if you are struggling with this due to the fact that you aren't familiar with the map layout yet, the only thing that will remedy your situation is more time spent playing the game, if however, your issue stems from a mechanical inability, meaning that your mouse control isn't good enough to allow you to make such adjustments comfortably, the routine provided later in the guide may help you get past that issue.

Horizontal Positioning:
Just as with vertical positioning, horizontal positioning is pretty self-explanatory in terms of it's function. Knowing at what height to position your crosshair at in relation to the environment is far easier to do than knowing where to position it on a horizontal axis, the reasoning behind this is that with vertical placement you will always have the ground or lower level of the object the opponent is standing on as a point of reference which allows you to instantly know at what height head-level is. When focusing on the horizontal aspect of crosshair placement, there isn't a set point of reference at all times; Sometimes you need to hold wide angles, sometimes you need to move along with the object you're playing against, and sometimes you need to pre-aim to swing effectively, all this variability makes it much harder for a newer player to grasp crosshair placement and horizontal positioning is just as crucial as vertical positioning if not even more important.
A very common mistake which I see a lot of in the VODs I review as a coach, is newer players holding angles too tightly, meaning that they're playing in a position where they anticipate an enemy push and are waiting for the engagement, and their crosshair is a position where it's hugging the edge of the wall the enemy will peek from. Here is a visual representation of what I'm talking about:

Example of incorrect horizontal placement
In the image above, I'm holding an angle where if someone crosses moving parallel to the wall I'm looking at, I'll have under 50 ms to react, my crosshair is so close to the edge of the wall that I will need to click my LMB the milli-second I see the enemy. By holding this angle, chances are that by the time I click the enemy will have already crossed to the left of my crosshair resulting in a miss and most likely my death; It would take inhuman reaction times for anyone to hit a player while holding like this, especially if the enemy player is swinging. Instead, you should allow some distance from your crosshair to the edge of the angle you're holding, allowing yourself to spot the enemy's player model, and then time your click effectively. Here is a visual representation of correct crosshair placement while holding the same angle:

Example of correct horizontal placement
As you can see, in the image above I am allowing for some space between the wall and my crosshair, giving me a significantly longer time window to spot an enemy player and react. Holding an angle that's too "tight" would mean I need to make a larger adjustment to hit the enemy, and therefore I increase my margin of error due to vertical overshoot ( see below ). There are exceptions to the rule when it comes to the distance you need to hold at, if the angle you are holding only allows forward movement ( into your crosshair ) you can hold a narrow line of sight. If you are clearing an angle ( moving along it to check for enemies ) and you are the agressor, you can hold tight and move along with the wall / LOS to allow for a faster reaction if you spot an enemy during your movement. If you are the agressor and you want to swing into an angle that you believe / know an enemy is holding, it is sometimes optimal to pre-aim, meaning you position your crosshair in a way where without moving your mouse it will be aimed at the enemy's head once you swing out the angle.

Vertical Offset:
The final common issue I would like to bring up which ties into both crosshair placement and horizontal click-timing, is something I call "vertical offset" or "vertical overshoot", this is a player's inability to move his crosshair horizontally while maintaining the same vertical placement. Vertical offset is a big issue when it comes to switching angles or flicking horizontally, I have seen many scenarios where a player is holding an angle properly with their crosshair at a pixel-perfect vertical position in relation to head level, only to make a 30 degree turn to check a different angle and end up shooting at an enemy's chest and losing the duel. Usually, the larger the movement, the more the player's crosshair deviates vertically. Here is a depiction of what vertical offset / overshooting looks like in-game:

Example of margin of error caused by vertical offset / overshooting
In the image above the green dot is where the crosshair should end up in an ideal scenario while flicking from it's current position to the target dummy, while the green lines represent a theoretical margin of error for overshooting. Fortunately for people that face this issue, I have come up with multiple Kovaak's maps and firing range excercises to help combat it and largely reduce your margin of error when moving your crosshair / flicking horizontally.

Settings: What sensitivity / crosshair should I use?


This part of the post discusses a topic which is highly subjective, both the sensitivity you use and the crosshair you use are something preference-based that you should decide upon on your own, the reason I'm adding this section into the post is for players which are newer to the tac-shooter genre; There are a few guidelines that will help them narrow down the settings that work the best for them.
First off, don't by any means copy your favorite pro's config, just because something works for a professional player that has probably spent well above 10,000 hours playing FPS games and decided upon their ideal sensitivity and crosshair within that massive period of time, doesn't mean that it's going to work for you, use whatever you're most comfortable with. Other than individual preference, and having gotten used to their sensitivity, the Pros you watch may be using gear which feels different at their sensitivity setting. A lighter mouse, faster mouse-pad, and faster feet can feel very different in terms of mouse movement, even if you're playing on the same sensitivity value on paper. In relation to grip-styles and what mice are ideal for each hand size, make sure to check out my first post in this sub before moving forward with this guide, as playing on hardware that caters to your individual preferences plays an important role in increasing your mechanical potential.

Sensitivity:
As I stated in the paragraph above, sensitivity is something quite subjective and while there's no general rule as to which single sens value is superior, Valorant and CS:GO professionals tend to stick to e-dpi or cm/360 much lower than professional players in other titles and FPS subgenres. Your e-dpi is your in-game sensitivity value multiplied by your mouse's DPI setting. The average e-dpi used by Valorant professionals is around 250 e-dpi, which would be a value of 0.625 in-game @ 400 DPI, or around 50 cm/360.

Pro player & Streamer sensitivity settings (e-dpi)
cm/360 is a universal format for sensitivity measurement, it's the amount of centimeters you need to move your mouse in order to perform a full rotation. This is the format adopted within aimer communities due to the simple fact that you asking someone "what sensitivity do you play on?" And them responding with "1.5 in CSGO" is pretty useless information as they could be playing at any DPI range, and you don't necessarily know what each CSGO sens corresponds to in relation to physical movement, or even movement in other games. "e-dpi" solves the issue of different DPI x Sens measurements within the same game, but the cm/360 format is easily transferable from title to title.
The reason professional players in the tac shooter genre use lower sens on average, is due to the fact that in contrast with other FPS games, tac shooters don't require larger or extended movements, instead they require you to hold or clear angles while maintaining stable crosshair placement, the least adjustments you need to make to your crosshair's position on your screen, the better your "aim" will be. The majority of players I have coached report that it has been significantly easier for them to maintain consistent crosshair placement at lower sensitivities. For newer players that still haven't found a "main" sensitivity that they feel comfortable on, I would recommend for them to stick to the range of 200-300 e-dpi, while for more experienced players coming from CS or other similar games, I would recommend a similar range with a higher cap, at 200-400 e-dpi ( very few professional players play above 300 e-dpi ).

Crosshair settings:
This is something even more subjective and preference-based than sensitivity even, so what I will do in this section is simply post my own settings which I use for my in-game crosshair, and explain why I picked each value within the menu.

Crosshair Settings
So, lets break my crosshair down setting by settings:
  • Color: I use "Cyan" as it stands out quite well for me with my current color settings, any color that doesn't match your enemy outline color works perfectly fine here.
  • Inner Line Opacity: This setting basically determines how see through your crosshair will be, I like setting mine at "1" as It makes the crosshair stand out more.
  • Inner Line Thickness: I set this to "1" which is the lowest value, a lot of professional players like to use "2", I think setting the value to "1" makes it easier to align your crosshair with heads or with other objects in the environment, it is also less obstructive, so I highly recommend either this or "2" to newer players
  • Inner Line Offset: This setting determines how large the gap is in your crosshair, I like setting this to "1" as the gap is as small as possible without disappearing, larger gaps make it more difficult to determine where the exact center of your screen is, which can act as a hnderance in your first shot accuracy at longer range engagements.
  • Movement & Firing Error: These settings just turn your crosshair into a dynamic crosshair and make the gap widen significantly while moving or shooting respectively in order to give you a visual representation of how the innacuracy factor works. Useless and distracting, would highly suggest that you keep these both off unless you're very new and still don't understand how movement / spray accuracy works.
  • Outer Lines: Everything is off here, I don't think playing with outer lines provides any benefit whatsoever and it's an extra distraction.

Crosshair Placement Improvement Routine:

A large portion of improving your crosshair placement is based on simply playing the game more, crosshair placement is largely based on muscle memory, part of having good crosshair placement is simply based on having experience in-game allowing it to become a subconscious habit, and the rest is based on your ability to anticipate player model movement and learn to make horizontal movements without simultaneously your crosshair vertically. The routine I will provide is not only a great way to work on your crosshair placement, but also highly beneficial to the click-timing aspect of your aim, which is basically the only element of aiming required in Valorant, as good tracking is unecessary in such a low TTK game. If you are already training using a daily routine on Kovaak's ( as you should be ) you can just implement this into your daily scenarios.

Kovaaks:
( These are all maps which require you to make horizontal movements without overshooting vertically, thus good aim training for those struggling with crosshair placement, see my other posts for a larger variety of Kovaaks maps )

  • 1 wall 2 targets horizontal - 10 minutes ( focus on your flicks, work on hitting both targets in the same movement, not pausing in between )
  • Valorant Small flicks - 10 minutes ( Great routine as head level is that of Valorant, and vertical deviation will cause you to miss, forcing you to maintain head level as you play through it )
  • PatTarget Switch small - 10 minutes ( Works on your ability to swap from one target to another while maintaining head level crosshair placement, keep LMB held while playing, only go for heads )

HSDM:

  • Valorant doesn't currently offer it's own deathmatch servers, therefore the next best thing is practicing in CS:GO. HSDM is a headshot only modifier for community FFA servers in CS:GO. To access these maps go to "Community Server Browser" and simply type in "HSDM", any server with decent population will do ( preferably 128 tick ). Playing FFA on headshot only forces you to maintain head-level crosshair placement as body shots don't count. I advise going for taps rather than spraying, as it limits the RNG, also spraying in CS:GO isn't transferable to Valorant as a mechanic. Make it a challenge for yourself to maintain positive K/D while playing. Use the AK in rifle servers, and the USP-S in pistol servers.

Firing Range:

  • Set the target dummy position to static, and practice your click timing by only going for the targets furthest to the left and furthest to the right interchangeably, do this for around 10 minutes.
  • Play Spike Rush and set it to hard. When set on "Hard" the AI will one shot you as soon as you peek if it has seen you, and one shot you after around half a second if you shift-peek it. Pretty decent warmup in relation to crosshair placement as you will die every single time if you aren't instantly headshotting the targets the moment you peek. Play this for another 10 minutes.

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Disk Swapping wasn't 100 percent reliable and crashed for some more often than not. Everything is fixed now, and I had multiple people test. Disk Swapping works flawlessly and quite effortlessly now! Also, if attempting to run games without BIOS, crashing was more prone to occur. Now, the games that DO work without BIOS, will run fine, without any surprise crashing on startup! Again, Butterfly Mod Effect, per usual. Gotta deal with a break, here and there, with the awesome new additions. But, once the occasional breaks, such as Disk Swapping crashes, or 32X no longer functioning properly, we quickly get off our asses and fix them, if we reasonably can:) Thanks saitax and stefantx and bslenul for testing and confirming the bugs no longer exist:)
PCSX ReArmed .ldci Support! (Mini MD-S-NESC)
Thanks bslenul! This is genius:) For PCSX, which is really cool for multi-discs games, now it will remember the last disc inserted so for example you're playing FFVII (from a m3u/pbp) and you're now on disc 2, next time you'll start the game it will boot on disc 2 directly, no need to swap and restart. This may make it hard code wise for PSC, too, upon more appropriate testing. But, works fine for MD/SNES/NES, for now!
PCSX ReArmed HD Xtreme Suite! (Mini MD-S-NESC-PSC)
Here, we have a masochist's haven suite of specialized PCSX Core Builds, for you to peruse and try out and enjoy! For MD/SNES/NES Classics, go to Mod Hub, KMFD Xtreme Tab, like with PPSSPP Xtreme Amped...stuff that may not be for every End User, will be there for the elitists who wanna try out the extra oomph up for offer! You will have NEON, PEOPS, UNAI Xtreme, HD Xtreme, HD Xtreme Amped, HD Xtreme FS, HD Xtreme Amped FS. Amped Builds will ONLY work with Suspend or RetroArch Saves, NOT in game. That is a sacrifice that needed made to ensure better performance and speed! Graphical glitches may also occur. Think of the cache being overloaded. If you exit the game and reenter, or restart RetroArch, the game should run fine! I have to personally say, some of the "not too often" graphical glitches I got, were pretty funny. One had stormtroopers in Jedi Power Battles being covered up like a certain character that we need not name, that can't be shown, in South Park! Speaking of South Park, the Covid 19 episode was in top form, highly enjoyable:)
In any event, first try PS1 Games with the standard suite of Cores, then Xtreme, if need be. And, as far as HD Builds, FS has minor frame skipping involved, to help on games like R-Type Delta, which will run way way way better on MD/SNES/NES, with FS Builds! And, I tell you, R-Type Delta looks fine in HD! Feel free to offer feedback, as I have had absolute fun trying out hundreds of games on the various builds, and finding the appropriate and most masterful build for each. Again, for PSC, simply running HD Xtreme or HD Xtreme Amped will be all that is needed for MOST PS1 Games. FS is more practical, execution wise, for MD/SNES/NES. Have fun, I definitely did, getting these all set up for you to all enjoy! One can never have enough PS1:) PS: Blood Omen, like in my Video, runs absolutely amazing with HD Xtreme Amped! I just use RetroArch Saves for it, as I WANT that additional performance and speed, and accountability for HD Upscaled Visuals, to boot!
Boktai Light Sensor Support for mGBA! (Mini MD-S-NESC-PSC)
Who the friggin hey wants to take their GBA outside in the sun! Well, it was still a cool, not very well known gimmick, for this subset of Boktai, Action Adventure Games! Make sure your Core Option is set to 1 for Light, then calibrate, confirm, in game, and you should be able to simply hold L1 or R1 to adjust light up and down! You can also utilize the "hard perm patches" in my Release, in Xtras/PERM-CHEATS-PATCHING, to make sure it is enforced, always! Boktai 3, you will probably want to English Language patch, as well. I didn't include that patch, for now, as the best patch of it, includes something I cannot post:) I will try to throw into the Next Update, the most appropriate patch, along with any others I come across, that are impactful:)
RetroArch Xtreme Amped! (Mini MD-S-NESC-PSC)
For MD/SNES/NES, Mod Hub, KMFD RetroArch Tab for Ozone, the most User Friendly Build! KMFD Xtreme for my specialized for better performance/speed builds of Amped/RGUI (RGUI Loads games approximately 2-3 seconds faster than any other build. But, it is not the most pretty interface. It just doesn't need to load as much into memory, before running the games! For PSC, Xtreme Injector will get you up and running! For MD/SNES/NES, I have 181 and 190 Xtreme Amped. PSC, just 181 Xtreme Amped. I personally found 182-190 still have a few bugs to sort, that make me favor 181 for now on that platform. You are welcome to try 190 with Genderbent's awesome RetroBoot, however. But, til I am satisfied the bugs are sorted out, 181 is where I will stay, firm, for now...on PSC!
Additionally, those of you who play N64 the most, may best prefer 181, since you can directly go into RetroArch, Video Settings, SRGB Toggle On/Off on games like Killer Instinct/Paper Mario, to instantly kill slowdown, and reinstate full speed mode activate! Higher than 181, you have to go through 2 additional submenus, which can be a little more less endearing. Again, use whichever one you most prefer. I will get 190 or higher up, once I am comfortable enough with some of the bugs being gone! These same bugs don't necessarily affect other platforms, as MD/SNES/NES are absolutely fine! But, for the record, there were some bugs in 184, such as 50+ MB Memory Usage, which in some instances, affected certain games. That is completely resolved for the 181 and 190 I posted! It was due to a "RetroAchievements" bug.
RetroArch Xtreme Amped Sound Check Mode Activate! (Mini MD-S-NESC-PSC)
This is not as much about the music, as it is about memory usage! Whenever you enter RetroArch Menu, in ANY of my Amped Builds, cool, very kickass 1980s style music will play. If playing a more intensive game, such as Dreamcast, opening RetroArch Menu may cause this music to stutter or slow down. Anytime you stutter or slowdown, this signifies memory usage, sort of like CTRL+ALT+DEL on a Windows PC! Depending on where you are in a specific game, it will be best to resume that game to avoid crashing from it, due to too much memory usage, such as with Fist of the North Star...one of the most cpu intensive games, period! Or, just stop touching your controller for a second or few, til it cleans up! As long as the music stays smooth, you are generally in no immediately or imminent danger of crashing! I have found this one of the most practical solutions for surveying exactly how the memory is currently behaving! Even the built in Memory Usage Detector is quite erratic and unreliable, in contrast, due to how some Cores gather the data.
Xtreme Virtual Ram Updated! (Mini MD-S-NESC)
With this installed, you will now have incredible performance and better compatibility! Doom Sigil will load without crashing, Custom Arcade OSTs, such as NBA Jam and Street Fighter II will properly work. Naomi/Atomiswave will go from potential 2FPS slowdown, slideshows, to near seamless! I ran, even Fist of the North Star, quite nicely...on the lower spec MD Mini! You will have the double whammy of Zfast as well as Swap, along with Turbo Refinement, to help ease along the previous choke points in games for PSP, such as Burnout Legends, which run quite nicely with PPSSPP Xtreme Amped, now!
Other Additions! (Mini MD-S-NESC-PSC)
I made the Load Content more concise, so you don't have 100 characters listed at a time, when seeing what content or Core is loaded. This harkens back to my Prefix System which I showcased on NESC in 2017. IE: NES: Blaster Master, rather than Nintendo - Nintendo Entertainment System - Blaster Master, or Nintendo - Nintendo Entertainment System - Nestopia, now is Nintendo - NES - Nestopia! I really love this, as I don't want to sit there for 2-3 seconds on every Core, waiting for it to scroll by to see what the hell I am working with! This doesn't affect Ozone as much. But, with my preferred Amped XMB Builds, it is a little more confined for scrolling sections!
MD Mini 6 Button Controller Mostly Fixed Up! (Mini MD)
Thanks ReyVGM and bslenul for helping with this very frustrating addition. Many have encountered buttons being wonky or off by one! We did some extensive testing. And, with RetroArch Install from THIS Update, your MD 6 Button Controllers, should perform properly. Note: there are purportedly 4 different 6 Button Controller Types that came with the MD/Genesis Minis. We did the ones we had access to. If any of you have ones that still do not work, contact us, and we can help you with the appropriate process of generating a control scheme, which we can put into the install, so you and others can utilize it! Also, if running MD Games with Genesis Plus or Xtreme GX, you may sometimes need to go into RetroArch Settings, Quick Menu, Controls, and choose between 3/6 button there, depending on game. Variables. But, you get the idea! ' Next Update WIP (DraStic MD Mini Controls/MAME 2003 Xtreme Amped, etc)!
DraStic, currently, is quite limited in "what controllers" will auto work with it, for MD Mini! So, this is a top priority to get fixed up, right after this Update! They work absolutely fine for SNES/NES. But, a little additional work is needed to rectify things so they are more appropriately geared for the MD Mini. For now, you can access the DraStic Menu via holding reset on your MD Mini, for roughly 2 seconds. And, from there, if you have a working and supported controller, you should have no trouble navigating, and mapping, yourself. You can also use a keyboard, to make things fast and easy. And, TWO controllers can actually be used, one in each of the front controller ports, as well! Again, this is one of the top priorities to fix up, as soon as we reasonably can! Thanks for all the feedback and input!
I will have 2 MAME 2003 Xtreme Builds, Next Update. One will favor performance/speed, the other compatibility/stability. If I can get the better performance/speed on the latter build, I will relegate it to just one build. But, sometimes, it works best not trying to fix what isn't truly broken! SO far, in my personal testing, things are looking pretty tip top, as far as a nice Xtreme Amped Build. I just need to do more recoding, which I don't want to delay this Update, to do. But, I will certainly showcase this stuff. Stuff Like Virtua Fighter, etc, may run even better, too, once I am done!
I will get more Games onto the Mod Hub, including some very nice handheld games! I have wanted to do this for awhile. This will be the third priority for this followup Update, which won't be 3 months later, like this one was!
Refined Cheat Support for several Cores! I will showcase this in a few videos. Some of the most grueling and frustratingly difficult games, will be more approachable with easy access invincibility and/or infinite lives, etc, on the fly:) You will see:)
The Videos!
Be sure to go to my YouTube Channel, look at most recent, and go backwards, to cover pretty much everything shown in this Update! But, here are a few stand-out ones to check out, for now:)
Playstation Classic - Sonic Rivals 1 & 2 Actually Playable!!! Xtreme Amped FTW!!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=az60s0ZYiQc&t=288s
Playstation Classic - PSX HD Xtreme Amped! Blood Omen Legacy of Kain! + SNES Steven Seagal?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wbCAImalNCY&t=5s
Hell, just go to most Recent on my Channel, as mentioned above, and you will see the dozens of other videos posted within the last few months!
Enjoy the Friggin' Update! I will do a 5000 Subscriber Celebration Video when I get the chance!
KMFDManic:)
https://github.com/KMFDManic/NESC-SNESC-Modifications/releases
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[H] PayPal(I Cover Fees)/Venmo/Keys/Giftcards, Cyberpunk 2077, SW: Squadrons, Baldur's Gate 3, Tony Hawk, Phasmophobia, , Among Us, Hades, Serious Sam 4, 1000+Games [W] Oct Choice ($13), Sept ($15), Let's Fight BTA($6), One Special Day($12), Avengers, Squad, CodWWII, Spyro, Most Leftover Games

SAFE TRADING GUIDELINES: PLEASE READ THIS EVEN IF WE HAVE TRADED BEFORE. STEAM KEYS ARE SAFER TO TRADE.

I am taking extra precautions to ensure nobody's accounts or games are put into jeopardy. I have been doing this for a while now but I want to expand precautionary measures to make sure trading stays safe for everyone. I prefer receiving and providing steam keys. You must let me know what region you are in before we initiate the trade. Game trading is against Humble TOS so always be aware of that and trade with other users who you know are looking out for your interests as well.
DO NOT LINK YOUR STEAM PROFILE TO YOUR HUMBLE ACCOUNT
Also, as always, be wary of anyone impersonating me in pms or on Steam. I will generally not add you on Steam unless we come to agreement, so make sure you are only taking to my reddit username or my steam profile, which can be found here. Anyone else is a scammer
Also if i change my offer on a bundle, and we traded in the past day or two at a lower price, remind me and i can send the difference in a future trade.
  • I have a ton of games to trade, mostly from past bundles, but also many from retail purchases I made from the humble store, fanatical and other retailers. I also offer PayPal (US region but I can usually cover fees) , giftcards or I can purchase games on Steam or any other storefront, to gift directly to you on demand. Please note, I do not sell my games for paypal, unless specifically noted. You can find the list of games I have available here
  • I have alot of trading rep you can find here as well on my steam profile here. Feel free to pm or add me to discuss anything, just comment first.
  • I guarantee everything I trade. Everything has either been purchased directly by me, or sent to me as a gift link. If there is ever any issue, I will work with you to resolve it or get you a new game.
  • I am mostly looking for steam keys from humble bundles and steam gifts, but I usually accept game keys from other places too, depending on where they are from and your reputation.

What are you looking to do?

Trade your games for my games.

I will always be up for trading games. You can find the list of games I have available here. Games listed here are separated by tiers. Please note that tiers do not always denote value, so I may not simply swap games just because they are in the same tier. Many top tier games, ones that cost $30-60, will require many humble games in return most likely, it all depends on the offer. I have most of the games i am buying below available to trade as well.
Please go to my link above for a complete list of games I have on hand. Some desirable titles include A Plague Tale, Age of Wonders: Planetfall, Animal Crossing: New Horizons, , Battlefield 1, Battlefield V, Bloodstianed Ritual of the Night, Borderlands 3, Call of Cthulhu, CARRION, Children of Morta, CODE VEIN, Command and Conquer Remastered Collection, Cuphead, Dark Souls Remastered, Dark Souls II, Dark Souls III, Death Stranding, Destiny 2 Beyond Light Deluxe, Destroy All Humans, Devil May Cry 5, Disco Elysium, Disgaea 5 Complete, Dragon Quest Heroes II, Dragon Quest XI Echoes of an Elusive Age, Dying Light: The Following Enhanced Edition, Escape From Tarkov, F1 2020, Factorio, Fallout 76, Fall Guys, Final Fantasy XV, Grand Theft Auto V, Gears Tactics, Greedfall, Grounded, GTFO, Halo Masterchief Collection, Halo 2, Hitman 2 Gold, Jurassic World Evolution, Kenshi, Life is Strange 2 Complete, Maneater (Epic), Outer Wilds, Monster Hunter World, Monster Hunter World + Iceborne DLC, Mordhau, Monster Train, Mortal Kombat 11, Mortal Kombat 11: Aftermath, Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020, Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord, Ni No Kuni, No No Kuni II, No Man's Sky, Outward, PC Building Sim, Persona 4 Golden, Phoenix Point, Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire, Planet Zoo, PLAYERUNKOWN'S BATTLEGROUNd (PUBG), Red Dead Redemption 2, Resident Evil 2 Remake, Resident Evil 3 Remake, Rimworld, Rimworld Royalty DLC, Risk of Rain 2, Satisfactory, Sea of Thieves, Secret of Mana, Sekiro: Shadow Die Twice, Scarp Mechanic, Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order, Stellaris: Federations, Streets of Rage 4, SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom - Rehydrated, Subnautica, Sunset Overdrive, TemTem, Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1 + 2 Remastered, Division 2: Gold Edition, Elder Scrolls V: Skryim Special Edition, The Outer Worlds, The Surge 2, They Are Billions, Trials of Mana, Rainbox Six Siege, Vampyr, Wolcen: Lords of Mayhem, Wolfenstein II, World War Z, Wreckfest, WWE 2K20, Doom, Pyre, Prey, Tabletop Simulator, Wolfenstein II, PC Building Simulator, XCOM Chimera Squad, Deep Rock Galactic, Astroneer, Raft, Among Us, Rogue Legacy 2, Battletoads, Gunfire Reborn, Control Ultimate Edition, New World, Crusader Kings III, Marvel's Avengers, Hades, Serious Sam 4, Mafia Definitive, Star Wars: Squadrons, Cyberpunk 2077, Baldur's Gate 3, Phasmophobia.

Sell your games to me for PayPal, Gift Cards or Games on Demand.

Here is a list of prices I offer for many common humble / steam games. If a game is not on this list, feel free to ask if I'd be interested and what I'd offer. I can offer PayPal, Giftcards to Steam, Amazon or pretty much anywhere, or I can buy games on demand from any storefront. I may be able to adjust my prices a bit and can be competitive if you see similar offers, so feel free to message me to discuss or haggle. All prices are in USD. I can also do TF2 keys at a rate of 1 TF2 key per $2 of value listed below.
PayPal Fees: I will cover paypal fees if the trade is above $15 in value. Between $10-15 I will split fees. Anything below, i cannot cover.

THESE ARE PRICES THAT I PAY FOR YOUR GAMES. I GENERALLY DO NOT SELL MY GAMES FOR PAYPAL, I ONLY OFFER GAME TRADES

Current / Recent Bundle Games

  • AMD Promo - Borderlands 3 - $16.00
  • AMD Promo - The Outer Worlds - $19.00
  • AMD Promo - Horizon Zero Dawn - $25.00
  • AMD Promo MHW + Iceborne + Resident Evil 3 - $36.00
  • AMD Promo Assassin's Creed Valhalla - $18.00
  • AMD World of Warcraft Shadowlands + Godfall - $30
  • Intel Big Boss Battle Pack - $30
  • Intel - Marvel's Avengers - $25
  • Tropico 6 (No RU, LATAM, CN, SEA or Asia, Please label what region it is from) - $6.50
  • Sunlea Seas - $1.00
  • Sunless Skies - $1.50
  • Autonauts - $1.00
  • Iron Danger - .50
  • Shadows Awakening (No RU, LATAM, CN) - .25
  • Fae Tactics (No RU/CIS, LATAM, CN) - .50
  • Fantasy Blacksmith - .25
  • The Suicide of Rachel Foster - .50
  • Goat of Duty - .25
  • The Uncertain: Last Quiet Day - .25
  • Basement - .25
  • Lightmatter - .25
  • Golf With You Friends (No RU / Africa / Middle East / Asia / South America) - $3.50 (DLC is improperly labeled as a second copy, you only get one, the dlc is only the dlc)
  • Generation Zero - $2.50
  • Forager (No RU, Asia) - $3.00
  • Vampire: The Masquerade: Coteries of New York - $.50
  • Fun With Ragdolls: The Game - $.25
  • Lethal League: Blaze - $1.00
  • Strange Brigade - $1.50
  • Evoland - $.25
  • Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair (No Africa / Middle East / Asia / South America / RU) - $1.00
  • Catherine - $1.00
  • The Shapeshifting Detective - $.25
  • Occupation (No RU / China / LATAM / SEA) - $.25
  • Stick Fight: The game - $.50
  • Divekick - $.25
  • Nidhogg - $.50
  • Absolver - $.50
  • Overgrowth - $ .25
  • RWBY: Grimm Eclipse - $4.00
  • Humble Just Fight BTA - $6.00
  • Smoke and Sacrifice - $.25
  • Surgeon Simulator: Anniversary Edition - $1.00
  • Talisman: Digital Edition + DLCs - $2.50
  • Battle Zone: Gold Edition - $1.50
  • Portal Knights - $1.75
  • Stronghold 2: Steam Edition - $.50
  • Dirt Rally 2 - $2.50
  • Ogre - $1.00
  • Portal Knights - Elves, Rogues and Rifts - $1.00
  • Entire One Special Day Bundle - $12.00
  • Killer Bundle 13 - $5
  • Better Futures BTA - $5
  • Fanatical Platinum Collection Build Your Own Bundle
  • Youtuber's Life - $4
  • Verdun - $3.50
  • The Walking Dead Final Season - $3.50
  • Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain - $3.50
  • Biped - $3.50
  • Treasure Hunter Simulator - 1.00
  • 911 Operator - .25
  • We: The Revolution - 1.00
  • Elite Dangerous - 2.50
  • theHunteR: Call of the Wild - 5.00
  • Radio Commander - .50
  • PC Building Simulator - 4.00
  • theHunter: Call of the Wild - Silver Ridge Peaks - 1.00
  • Alien Rage - .25
  • Sniper Ghost Warrior 3 + dlcs - 3.50
  • Lords of the Fallen - Game of the Year Edition - 1.50
  • Sniper Ghost Warrior Contracts + DLCs - 9
  • Torchlight - .25
  • Throne of lies - .25
  • Agent A - .25
  • Road Redemption - .25
  • Torchlight II - 1.00
  • This War of Mine - .50
  • Vanquish - 2.50
  • Scribblenauts Unlimited - .25
  • Beyond eyes - .25
  • Dog Sled Saga - .25
  • Bulb Boy - .25
  • Shenmue I & II - 1.00
  • Where the Water Tastes Like Wine - 2.50
  • Death’s Gambit - .50
  • Blair Witch - 5.00
  • Vampyr - $4.00
  • Hello Neighbor + Hide and Seek (hide and seek is a separate key) - $1.50
  • Wargroove - $1.50
  • Call of Cthulhu - $2.50
  • Little Big Workshop - $.50
  • Genesis Alpha One Deluxe - $.25
  • Automachef - $.25
  • Through the Darkest of Times - $.25
  • American Fugitive - $.25
  • The Coma 2 - $.25
  • We Were Here Together - $2.00
  • A Case of Distrust - $.25
  • Entire August Choice - $13.50
  • Age of Wonders Planetfall Deluxe (No SEA or South America) - 3.00
  • Void Bastards (No SEA or South America) - 2.50
  • Railway Empire (NA or EU ok but please let me know which) - 2.00
  • Battlestar Galactic Deadlock - 1.00
  • Yuppie Psycho - .50
  • Beat Hazard 2 - .50
  • Sigma Theory - .25
  • Metal unit - .25
  • Don’t Escape - .25
  • Verlet Swing - .25
  • Basingstoke - .25
  • Earthlock - .25
  • Vikings: Wolves of Midgar - .50
  • Outbuddies DX - $1.50
  • Everreach: Project Eden - $2.00
  • Vambrace: Cold Soul - $2.50
  • Silver Chains - $2.50
  • Arma 3 - 7.00
  • Arma 3 Apex - 3.00
  • Dayz - 15.00
  • Arma 3 Contact - 5.00
  • Entire Bohemia Interactive Bundle - $35
  • Gang Beasts - 6.00
  • Double Fine 20th Anniversary Bundle - $12.00 (can ask what id offer with certain games excluded).
  • Mosaic - 4.50
  • Kingdom Two Crowns - 5.00
  • Stellaris - 2.00
  • Victoria Collection - 2.00
  • Necropolis: Brutal Edition - 3.00
  • Battletech Digital Deluxe Edition - 2.00
  • Tyranny - 2.50
  • Imperator: Rome - 5.50
  • The Great Perhaps - 1.00
  • Iratus: Lord of the Dead - 4.00
  • Iron Danger - 3.50
  • Kevin Follett’s The Pillars of the Earth - .50
  • Warhammer 40k Kill Team - .25
  • Warhammer 40k Dawn of War - .50
  • Legacy of Dorn - .25
  • Warhammer End Times Vermintide - .50
  • Warhammer 40k Dawn of War II - .50
  • Battlefleet Gothic: Armada - 1.50
  • Warhammer 40k: Deathwarth - Enhanced Edition - 1.00
  • Warhammer 40k Space Marine Collection - 1.50
  • Warhammer 40k Dawn of War III - 3.50
  • Blood Bowl 2 - Legendary Edition - 3.50
  • Batman: The Enemy Within - The Telltale Series - .50
  • The Walking Dead Season 1 - .25
  • The Walking Dead: 400 Days - .25
  • Oxenfree - .25
  • The Wolf Among Us - 1.50
  • Batman - The Enemy Within Shadows Mode - .25
  • The Walking Dead: Michonne - .25
  • The Walking Dead: Season 2 - 1.00
  • Heaven’s Vault - 1.50
  • Batman - The Telltale Series - 3.00
  • Batman - The Telltale Series Shadows Mode - .25
  • The Walking Dead: The Final Season - 3.00
  • The Walking Dead: A New Frontier - 2.50
  • Baba is You - $2.00
  • Hyper Light Drifter - 1.00
  • The Jackbox Party Pack 4 - 3.50
  • Spelunky - 1.00
  • Football Manager 2020 - 9.00
  • Kerbal Space Program - 1.00
  • Titan Quest Anniversary - .50
  • NBA 2k20 - 3.00
  • FTL - .50
  • Bioshock Remastered - .50
  • Surviving Mars - .50
  • Overgrowth - .50
  • _observer - .50
  • Company of Heroes 2 - .50
  • Elite Dangerous - 2.50
  • Grid Autsport - 1.00
  • Overlord II - .25
  • Operation Flashpoint - .25
  • F1 2018 + dlc - 1.00
  • Dirt Rally - .25
  • Dirt 4 - 1.00
  • F1 2019 - 5.00
  • Dirt Rally 2 - 3.00
  • Supraland - 1.00
  • Grid Ultimate Edition - 2.00
  • Hellblade - 3.00
  • The Messenger - .50
  • Barotrauma - 4.00
  • Felix the Reaper - .25
  • Men of War: Assault Squad 2 - .50
  • Stygian: Reign of the Old Ones - .25
  • Remnants of Naezith - .25
  • Overload - .25
  • The Stillness of the Wind - .25
  • The King's Bird - .25
  • Boundless - .25
  • Get Even - .50
  • .hack//G.U. Last Recode - 2.00
  • Katamari Damacy Reroll - 3.00
  • RAD - .50
  • Tekken 7 - 5.00
  • Tales of Berseria - 3.00
  • The Dark Pictures Anthology: Man Of Medan - $10
  • Hypnospace Outlaw - 5.00
  • Starbound - 5.00
  • Xcom 2 + dlcs - 3.00
  • Jurassic World Evolution + dlc - 4.50
  • Rise of Industry - 1.00
  • Warhammer 40,000: Gladius - Relics of War - 2.00
  • The Swords of Ditto: Momo's Curse - .50
  • Warsaw - .50
  • Heave Ho - .25
  • Mo:Astray - .50
  • Neoverse - .50
  • Horace - .25
  • Chess Ultra - .25
  • Timeshift - .50
  • Velocity 2X - .25
  • Gabriel Knight 3 - .25
  • Police Quest Collection - .25
  • Beast Within: A Gabriel Knight Mystery - .25
  • Phantasamagoria 2: A Puzzle of Flesh - .25
  • Arcanum: Of Steamworks and Magick Obscura - .25
  • Caesar IV - 1.50
  • Quest for Glory 1-5 - .50
  • Shiftlings - .50
  • King’s Quest - Season Pass - 1.50
  • King’s Quest Collection - 2.00
  • Gabriel Knight: Sins of the Father - .25
  • Geometry Wars 3 - .50
  • Space Quest Collection - .50
  • Phantasmagoria - 1.50
  • Caesar 3 - 1.50
  • Entire Bundle - $13.50
  • Forgotton Anne - 1.50
  • Fear Effect Sena - .25
  • Turing Test - .50
  • Children of Zodiarcs - 1.00
  • Boundless - .50
  • Tokyo Dark - 1.50
  • Battalion 1944 - 2.00
  • Sid Meier's Pirates! - .25
  • Carnival Games VR -$.25
  • The Golf Club 2019 featuring PGA Tour - 2.00
  • Bioshock: The Collection - 3.00
  • NBA 2K Playgrounds 2 - 1.00
  • NBA 2K20 - 3.00
  • WWE 2K20 - 3.00
  • XCOM: Enemy Unknown Complete Edition - 1.00
  • Borderlands GOTY Enhanced - 3.00
  • Borderlands: The Handsome Collection - 2.00
  • DisplayFusion - 5.00
  • Action! Gameplay Recording & Streaming - 3.00
  • Dreamfall the Longest Journey - 2.00
  • INSOMNIA: The Ark - 1.00
  • Warhammer 40,000: Space Wolf - Fall of Kanak - 1.00
  • Warhammer 40,000: Space Wolf - Saga of the Great Awakening - 2.00
  • Warhammer 40,000: Space Wolf - Sigurd Ironside - 2.00
  • Hitman 2 - $4.00
  • Gris - 2.50
  • This Is The Police II - .50
  • Opus Magnum - .25
  • Molek-Syntez - .x
  • Raiden V - x
  • Driftland: The Magic Revival - x
  • Turok 2: Seeds of Evil - .25
  • Truberbrook - .25
  • The Bard's Tale IV - .25
  • Shoppe Keep 2 - x
  • Capitalism II - x
  • Train Valley 2 - .50
  • Into the Breach - 2.00
  • Undertale - 2.00
  • Hollow Knight - 4.00
  • Wizard of Legend - 1.00
  • Totally Accurate Battle Simulator - 3.00
  • The Witness - 2.50
  • Superhot - 1.00
  • Agents of Mayhem - .50
  • Tilt Brush - 1.00
  • Killing Floor 2 - 2.00
  • Sniper Elite III - 1.00
  • Jackbox Party Pack 2 - 4.50
  • Stick Fight: The Game - 1.00
  • My Friend Pedro - 2.50
  • Planet Coaster - 4.00
  • F1 2019 Anniversary Edition - 5.00
  • Fell Seal: Aribter's Mark - .25
  • Battle Chasers Nightwar - .25
  • Exapunks - .25
  • Turok - .25
  • Death's Gambit - .25
  • 198X - .25
  • Niffelheim - .25
  • AI War 2 - .25
  • Etherborn - .25
  • Frostpunk + DLC - 4.00
  • Pathfinder Kingmaker - 4.00
  • Okami HD - 2.00
  • Shenzhen I/O - .25
  • Book of Demons - .25
  • Project Warlock - .25
  • Night Call - .25
  • Cryofall - .25
  • Underhero - .25
  • Eliza - .25
  • The Hex - .25
  • Warstone TD - .25
  • Shadow of War - 2
  • Graveyard Keeper - 2.00
  • Two Point Hospital - 5.00
  • Dirt Rally 2.0 - 4.00
  • Street Fighter V - 2.00
  • Bad North - .25
  • Trailmakers - 1.00
  • Unrailed - 2.50
  • Whisper of a Machine - .25
  • Them Fighting Herds - 2.00
  • Mages of Mystralia - .25
  • GRIP: Combat Racing - .25
  • 9-1-1 Operator - .50
  • Absolver - .50
  • Alien Isolation - 2.00
  • Ancestors Legacy - .50
  • Arizona Sunshine - 5.00
  • Assault Android Cactus - 1.00
  • Assetto Corsa + packs - 3.00
  • Battletech + DLCs - 2.00
  • Bastion - .25
  • Blasphemous - 5.00
  • Bridge Constructor Portal - .50
  • Budget Cuts - 6.00
  • Call of Duty WWII - 13.50
  • Catherine Classic - 7.00
  • Cities Skylines - 1.00
  • CLANNAD - 10.00
  • Clatter - .50
  • Clustertruck - .25
  • Control (Epic) - 15.00
  • Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy - 12.00
  • Crawl - 1.00
  • Cultist Simulator - 1.00
  • Darkwood - 2.50
  • Dead by Daylight - Of Flesh and Mud Chapter - 1.50
  • Dead by Daylight - Spark of Madness - 2.00
  • Dead by Daylight - Curtain Call - 1.50
  • Dead Rising 4 - 2.50
  • Devil May Cry 4 Special Edition - 2.50
  • Dirt 4 - 2.00
  • Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen - 2.50
  • Duck Game - 1.00
  • Dungeons 3 - .50
  • Earth Defense Force 4.1 - 1.50
  • Europa Universalis IV - .75
  • Euro Truck Simulator 2 - 4.00
  • Final Fantasy XIV Starter - 10.00 (if NA, 5 for EU)
  • The Fisherman - Fishing Planet - 5.00
  • Flipping Death - 2.00
  • For the King - 1.00
  • Genital Jousting - 2.00
  • Gorn - 8.00
  • Gremlins Inc - .50
  • G-senjoi no Maou- The Devil on G-String Voiced Edition - 5.00
  • Guns, Gore & Cannoli 2 - 1
  • Hand of Fate 2 - 3.00
  • Hellblade Sauna’s Sacrifice - 4.00
  • Hello Neighbor - 2.00
  • Iconoclasts - 3.00
  • Invisible Inc - 2.00
  • Jackbox Party Pack - 5.00
  • Jackbox Party Pack 3 - 7.00
  • Jackbox Party Pack 4 - 3.50
  • Just Cause 3 - XXL Edition - 2.00
  • Kentucky Route Zero - 3.00
  • The King of Fighters XIV - 8.00
  • Kingdom Come Deliverance - 5.00
  • LEGO City Undercover - 2.00
  • LEGO Worlds - 2.50
  • The Lord of the Rings: Adventure Card Game - Definitive Edition - 3.00
  • Mega Man 11 - 3
  • Mega Man X Legacy Collection - 2.00
  • Minion Masters (From Humble Monthly) - 5.00
  • Moonlighter - 1.50
  • Monster Prom - .50
  • Moss - 7.00
  • Mutant Year Zero - 3.50
  • My Time at Portia - 4
  • Northgard - 6
  • Offworld Trading Company - .50
  • Omensight - 3.00
  • Pacify - 2.50
  • Plague Inc - 4.00
  • Prison Architect - 1.00
  • Pro Cycling Manager 2019 - 3.50
  • Project Cars - 1.00
  • Project Cars 2 - 3.00
  • Pyre - 6.00
  • Raw Data - 6.00
  • Reigns + Her Majesty - .50
  • Red Faction Guerrilla Remarstered - .50
  • Resident Evil HD Remaster - 3.00
  • Resident Evil 0 HD Remaster - 1.50
  • Resident Evil Revelations 2 Complete - 2.50
  • Rising Storm 2 Vietnam - 1.00
  • Risk of Rain 2 - 9.00
  • Rock of Ages II - .50
  • Scythe: Digital Edition - 4.00
  • Shadow of the Tomb Raider - 6.00
  • Shantae: Half Genie Hero - 4.50
  • Shenmue 1 + II - 1.00
  • Sid Meier's Civilization VI - 8.00 (if NA, 5.00 for other regions)
  • Slay the Spire - 5.00
  • SNK 40th Anniversary Collection - 1.00
  • Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed (or Collection) - 3.50
  • Sonic Forces - 2.00
  • Sonic Generations ( or Collection) - 2.00
  • Sonic Lost World - 1.00
  • Sonic Mania - 2.00
  • SoulCalibur VI - 4.00
  • Space Pirate Trainer - 3.00
  • Speedrunners - 1.00
  • Sprint Vector - 2.00
  • Spyro Reignited Trilogy - 13.00
  • Squad - 17.00
  • Star Trek Bridge Crew - 2.00
  • Stardew Valley - 7.00
  • Steel Division: Normandy 44 - 8.00
  • Stellaris - 3.00
  • Street Fighter 30th Anniversary collection - 4.00
  • Streets of Rogue - 5.00
  • Superhot VR - 6.00
  • Surviving Mars - 1.50
  • Sword Art Online: Fatal Bullet - 4.50
  • Synthetik: Legion Rising - 2.00
  • Tannenberg Eastern Front - .50
  • Terraforming Mars - 1.00
  • Toejam and Earl: Back in the Groove - 5.00
  • Total War: Three Kingdoms - 16.50
  • Tower Unite - 5.00
  • Tricky Towers - .50
  • Tyranny - 1.50
  • Ultimate Chicken Horse - 2.50
  • Vermintide II Collector’s - 3.50
  • Warhammer 40,000 Mechanicus - 1.00
  • Yakuza 0 - 4.00
  • Yakuza Kiwami - 2.00

Past Bundle Games / Misc

  • 3DMark - 4.00
  • 60 Seconds! - 3.50
  • 7 Days to Die - 6.50
  • A Hat in Time - 6.00
  • Absolute Drift - 1.00
  • Abzu - 2.00
  • Ace Combat: Assault Horizon - 4.00
  • Alien Isolation - 3.00
  • Alpha Protocol - 20.00
  • Age of Empires II HD - 12.00
  • Age of Empires III Complete - 15.00
  • American Truck Sim - 1.00
  • Antichamber - 3.00
  • Aragami - 2.50
  • Ark: Survival Evolved - 25.00
  • Astebreed - .50
  • Baldur's Gate Enhanced Edition - 5.00
  • Baldur's Gate II Enhanced Edition - 5.00
  • Banished - 5.00
  • The Banner Saga - 1.00
  • The Banner Saga 2 - 2.00
  • Batman - A Telltale Series - 5.00
  • Beat Cop - 1.00
  • Besiege - 2.00
  • Bioshock Infinite - 2.00
  • Bioshock Remastered - 2.50
  • Black Mesa - 9.50
  • Black Wake - 3.00
  • Borderlands The Presquel - 1.00
  • Borderlands 2 - 1.50
  • Broforce - 2.50
  • Call to Arms Full Game - 2.00
  • Call to Arms Deluxe Edition Upgrade - 3.00
  • Call of Duty Blacks Ops III Multiplayer Starter Pack - 4.00
  • Call of Juarez Gunslinger - 2.00
  • Cities Skylines + Afterdark - 3.00
  • Cities Skylines Snowfall DLC - 2.50
  • Clickteam Fusion 2.5 - 10.00
  • Company of Heroes Complete (Original Game + DLCS) - 4.00
  • Conan Exiles - 8
  • Crashlands - 3.00
  • Crysis 2 Maximum Edition (Steam) - 1.50
  • Darkest Dungeon - 5.00
  • Dark Souls Prepare to Die - 40.00
  • Dark Souls II Scholar of the First Sin - 4.00
  • Dark Souls III - 4.00 (8.00 with ashes dlc)
  • Deadbolt - 2.50
  • Dead by Daylight - 5.00
  • Dead Island GOTY Definitive Edition - 1.00
  • Dead Rising - 3.00
  • Dead Rising 2 - 1.50
  • Dead Rising 3 - 3.00
  • Dead Space 2 (Steam) - 4.50
  • Dead Space 3 (Origin) - 5.00
  • Democracy 3 (Collector’s or Normal) - 5.00
  • Deus Ex Human Revolution - 2.00
  • Deus Ex Mankind Divided - 2.00
  • Devil May Cry 4 Special Edition - 4.00
  • DMC Devil May Cry - 2.00
  • Don't Starve Together - 2.50
  • Dreamfall Chapters - 5.00
  • Duke Nukem 3D (Megaton Edition) - 35.00
  • Dungeon Defenders - 4.00
  • Dungeon Defenders Collection - 9.00
  • The Elder Scrolls Online Tamriel Edition - 7.00
  • Empire: Total War Collection - 2.00
  • Endless Legend - Classic Edition - 3.00
  • Endless Space 2 - 9.00
  • Escapists 2 - 2.50
  • ESO Vanity Pet - 3.00
  • Event[0] - 2.50
  • Everything - .50
  • F1 2017 - 5.00
  • Facerig - 2.00
  • Facerig Pro - 5.00
  • Flinthook - 4.00
  • The Forest - 11.00
  • Forts - 3.00
  • Friday the 13th The Game - 3.00
  • Full Mojo Rampage - 2.00
  • Furi - 3.00
  • Game of Thrones - A Telltale Game Series (Steam) - 7.00
  • Garry's Mod - 4.00
  • Gloria Victis - 2.00
  • Goat Simulator: GOATY - 4.00
  • Grand Theft Auto San Andrea - 2.50
  • Grand Theft Auto Vice City - 2.00
  • Grand Theft Auto IV - 9
  • Grim Dawn - 5.00
  • Guild Wars 2 Heroic Edition - 4.50
  • Guild Wars Eye of the North DLC - 2.00
  • Guild Wars Nightfall DLC - 1.50
  • Hand of Fate - 1.00
  • Hearts of Iron IV - 3.00
  • Hitman Absolution - 2.50
  • Hitman: Season 1 - 3.00
  • Hotline Miami - 1.50
  • Hotline Miami 2 - 2.00
  • hover - .50
  • Human Fall Flat - 1.00
  • Human Resource Machine - 2.50
  • Huniepop - 1.00
  • Hurtworld - 5.00
  • Hustle Cat - 1.00
  • Immortal Redneck - .50
  • Infinifactory - 3.00
  • Inside - 3.00
  • Jazzpunk - 3.50
  • Keep Talkling and Nobody Explodes - 3.50
  • Kingsway - 1.00
  • The King of Fighters XIII Steam Edition - .25
  • LA Noire + DLC - 3.00
  • The Last Remnant - 4.00
  • The Legend of Grimrock - 1.50
  • The Legend of Grimrock 2 - 4.00
  • Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky: 4.00
  • Life is Strange Complete - 2.00
  • LISA - 3.00
  • Little Nightmares - .50
  • The Long Dark - 5.00
  • Lord of the Rings: The War in the North - 20.00
  • Lords of the Fallen - 1.00
  • Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime - 5.00
  • Mad Max - 1.50
  • Mafia II - 9.00
  • Mafia II Director's Cut - 10.00
  • Mafia III - 7.00
  • The Magic Circle - 2.00
  • Mark of the Ninja - 3.50
  • Marvel’s Guardians of The Galaxy A Telltale Series - 7.00
  • Mass Effect 2 ( Steam) - 2.50
  • Max Payne 3 - 2.50
  • Mega Man Legacy Collection - .25
  • Metal Gear Solid: The Phantom Pain - 3.00
  • Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor GOTY - 1.00
  • Minecraft Story Mode: A Telltale Game Series - 7.00
  • Minion Masters (Humble Monthly Gift Link Only) - 5.00
  • Miscreated - 5.50
  • Momodora: Reverie Under the Moonlight - 1.00
  • Mordheim City of the Damned - 1.00
  • Monaco: What’s Yours is Mine - 1.00
  • Mother Russia Bleeds - 1.50
  • Motorsport Manager - 4.00
  • Mount & Blade Warband - 3.00
  • Move or Die - 2.00
  • NBA 2K16 - 18.50
  • NBA 2K17 - 10 (5 for EU)
  • Nuclear Throne - 2.50
  • N++ (Nplusplus) - 2.00
  • Octodad Dadliest Catch - 3.50
  • Oddworld: New ‘N Tasty - 4.00
  • One Piece Burning Blood - 3.50
  • One PIece Pirate Warriors 3 - 2.50
  • Orcs Must Die! 2 Complete Pack - 4.00
  • Oriental Empires - 2.00
  • Osiris New Dawn - 5.00
  • Outlast 2 - 3.50
  • Overcooked - 2.00
  • Owlboy - 1.00
  • Painter’s Guild - .50
  • Paper’s Please - 3.50
  • Passpartout: The Starving Artist - 2.00
  • Payday 2 - 2.00
  • Payday 2 Ultimate Edition - 7.00
  • Phantom Brave PC - .50
  • Pillars of Eternity - 1.50
  • Pinstripe - .50
  • Planetary Annihilation - 1.00
  • Planetary Annihilation: Titans - 9
  • Poly Bridge - 2.50
  • Poker Night at the Inventory - 3.00
  • Poker Night 2 - 5.00
  • Project Highrise - 1.00
  • Prototype 2 - 3.50
  • Quantum Break - 5.00
  • Resident Evil 4 - 2.00
  • Resident Evil 5 Gold - 3.00
  • Resident Evil 6 - 3.50
  • Resident Evil Revelations - .50
  • Rise of the Tomb Raider - 6.50
  • Risen - 2.00
  • Risen 2 - 2.00
  • Risen 3 Complete - 2.00
  • Risk of Rain - 2.50
  • Rivals of Aether - 10.00
  • Rocket League - 14.00
  • RPG Maker XV Ace - 4.00 (6.00 for deluxe)
  • RPG Maker XP - 2.00
  • Ruiner - 1.50
  • Rust - 18.00
  • RWBY: Grimm Eclipse - 1.50
  • Sacred Franchise Pack - 2.00
  • Sakura (Rest of Games) - .50 each
  • Sakura Dungeons - 2.50
  • Serious Sam HD: The First Encounter - 2.00
  • Serious Sam HD: The Second Encounter - 2.00
  • Serious Sam 3 BFE - 2.50
  • Shadow Tactics - 2.50
  • Shantae and the Pirate’s Curse - 3.00
  • Shantae: Risky’s Revenge - 2.00
  • Sherlock Holmes The Devil's Daughter - 1.00
  • Sied Meier’s Civiliation IV Complete - 1.50
  • Sid Meier's Civilization V - 2.00 (More with DLCS)
  • Sleeping Dogs Definitive Edition - 1.50
  • Slime Rancher - 5.50
  • SOMA - 6.00
  • Sniper Elite v2 - 1.00
  • Sniper Elite 4 - 8.00
  • Sniper Ghost Warrior 3 - 2.00
  • Space Engineers - 5.00
  • Spriter Pro - 4.00
  • The Stanley Parable - 3.00
  • Starbound - 6.00
  • Star Trek - 10.00
  • Star Wars Battlefront II - 2.00
  • Star Wars: Empire at War Gold - 3.00
  • Star Wars: The Force Unleashed - 1.00
  • Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II - 3.00
  • Staxel - 3.00
  • Strange Brigade - 7.00
  • Street Fighter X Tekken - 3.50
  • Stronghold Crusader 2 - .50
  • Stronghold Legends: Steam Edition - 1.00
  • Strafe: Millenium Edition - 1.50
  • Styx: Shards of Darkness - 2.50
  • Subnautica - 16.00
  • Super Galaxy Squadron EX - 1.00
  • Super Meat Boy - 1.00
  • The Surge - 1.00
  • Tabletop Simulator - 9.00
  • Tales of Zestiria - 6.00
  • The Talos Principle - 4.00
  • Telltale Batman - 3.00
  • Terraria - 4.00
  • Ticket to Ride - 2.00
  • Ticket to Ride Complete Bundle - 10.00
  • Titan Quest + DLC - 3.50
  • Titan Souls - 1.50
  • Tokyo 42 - .50
  • Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Blacklist (Uplay) - 3.00
  • Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Chaos Theory (Uplay) - 2.00
  • Tooth and Tail - 1.50
  • Torchlight - 1.00
  • Torchlight II - 2.50
  • Torment Tides of Numenera - 3.50
  • Total War Warhammer - 10.00
  • Towerfall Ascension - 5.00
  • Train Simulator 2017 - 1.50
  • Tropico 5 - 1.00
  • Underrail - 2.50
  • VA-11 Hall-A Cyberpunk Bartender Action - 5.00
  • Viscera Cleanup Detail - 3.00
  • Wargame Red Dragon - 5.00
  • Warhammer 40k Dawn of War II - 2.50
  • Warhammer 40k Dawn of War III - 2.50
  • Wasteland 2 ( Any Version) - 6.00
  • We Were Here Too - 3.00
  • Witch It - 3.00
  • Worms WMD - 3.50
  • WWE 2K16 - 3.50
  • Xenonauts - 2.00
  • Zombie Army Trilogy - 4.00
  • Yooka-Laylee (NA and EU Only) - 1.00
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CRK, TRM, PT and MT autos, Benchmade, Budget Flippers

Updated Oct 5th with videos and new timestamps for the remaining knives. Old timestamp: https://imgur.com/a/wlAeDN8
New time stamps and video for remaining knives are in each individual album. All purchases will be shipped (taken directly to PO) tomorrow morning.
Standard terms: Open to reasonable offers, worst I can say is no. Willing to work package deals, but YOLOs or equivalent will take precedence over incomplete negotiations via chat/DM. Prompt payment is appreciated. PayPal Goods and Services only, no comments in payment please. Shipping via USPS Priority, CONUS only.
Trades: Not interested in any trades at the moment
Microtech Ultratech S/E, Black DLC Tactical 121-1DLCT [A] $300
UT video and pics: https://imgur.com/a/uTfVJEG 1st owner, bought new from DLT. Has never cut, has never been carried. I’ve probably fired it 100 times though and it fires with authority 100% of the time. Has the expected wiggle at lockup, but better than most other UTs I’ve handled. The ‪204P‬ blade is DLC coated, as is the hardware and clip. Went looking for a slick, blacked-out, bougie version of the OTF standard with a standard blade and this is it! But, with less interest in autos lately it’s time to move it along. Comes with box and papers.
TRM Neutron w/ Red/Black smooth CF combo [C- for sharpening] $215 SOLD
This was sold and then buyer had a family issue come up and asked for a refund.
Neutron pics and video: https://imgur.com/a/RiopK3R Latest catch and release. 3rd owner, prior owner carried 1 day and original owner rated C for sharpening. Bought as a C- so will retain that here to be very conservative. Please see the video, l tried to highlight everything people usually want to see.
This one is a beauty. Quite honestly I’d like to keep it. Flipping action is insanely fast and smooth with no misfires. Sounds pretty nice too. Currently tuned to fall shut with a light shake. Great combo of size, weight and action, it’s damn near the perfect slicey EDC. Centering favors clip side but no rubbing, just like the Atom above. Haven’t taken it apart to fiddle with it. 20CV blade looks to be in great shape. Only things I can find are the rubbed outline on the scales, would guess it’s like that when shipped. Video and pics tell the story, this is a clean knife. Comes with 2 extra sets of what I believe are G10 scales and box.
Benchmade Composite Light Auto CLA 4300BLK w/ Lynch clip [B++] $200
CLA video and pics: https://imgur.com/a/ijTJp7d 1st owner, has been carried thrice and used once to prep some charcuterie. This is a very nice gentlemen’s auto, with one of the worst clips ever…seriously. There’s absolutely no reason to ship a $225+ knife out with such garbage they used for the clip. Once the black cerakoted Lynch clip arrived, I fell back in love with it. Fires affirmatively with good lockup. 154CM blade is sharp enough, basically same as factory. There appears to be some minor wear on the safety button, see pics. Very good condition overall, no snails or other marks to speak of. Comes with box and baggie and warranty insert, and the shitty original clip if you feel like throwing it away for me.
Pro-Tech TR-5 model T501 [A] $189 SOLD
TR-5 video and pics: https://imgur.com/a/TBm2Vcg 1st owner, bought new from BHQ, has never cut, and was never carried. Fires hard with solid lockup. Stonewashed S35VN blade with one of my favorite blade profiles. Looked and looked for blemishes on the scales, couldn’t find any. Great piece from ProTech, but I’ve decided to stick to gentlemen’s autos for carry (love the Whiskers!). Comes with box and baggie.
ProTech Strider SNG - [C for sharpening] $130
ProTech SNG video and pics: https://imgur.com/a/pqWKQKH
Yes, a solid Protech auto based on classic Strider design for under $150. Previous owner put a decent edge on this one but also nicked the choil and gave it a C. Minor snails front and back but very clean condition. Captured in the video and pics . Great knife, just bigger and more scary than what I can feasibly carry. Great action on this, fires hard with solid lockup like every other PT I’ve handled. Comes with box and papers.
Kizer Feist BladeHQ Exclusive (shred CF, liner lock) [B] $115 SOLD
Feist pics and video: https://imgur.com/a/oAtHo0P Very recent pickup from here on the swap. Not the first owner, but this looks very minimally used. Flipped a few times, realized it was too small, want to send it along. 2.8” S35VN blade has some faint snails in the right light but appears to be factory and is still sharp. Pivot could be loosened, but falls shut with a wiggle. Good fit and finish, but it does have 2 voids in the CF, much like a fif20. Easy to miss, tried to capture in the video. Marked as #0339. Comes with the overly fancy Kizer box, taco and all that.
Thanks for reading! All knives listed below have been sold and shipped.
Chris Reeve Knives Umnumzaan DP [A-/B++] SV: $420 SOLD
Chris Reeve Knives Small Sebenza 21 Tanto [B] $310 SOLD
TRM Atom Red/Black Textured CF combo pack [C+] $310 SOLD
Satin CF Elite Bugout [C+ for Mods, All NEW Parts] $135 SOLD
Spyderco PM2 - mismatched box, [B] $120 SOLD
S35VN Civivi Elementum w/ Green Micarta [B for disassembly and scales] - $75 SOLD
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Let's Go More Xtreme Amped! RetroArch, PPSSPP, HD PCSX, MAME 2003, Amiga, and More! Core Set Release for Mini MD/SNES/NES/PSC Classics! Many Fixes and Additions, Enjoy!

Release Link way at bottom of this Post!
10-06-2020
Today is your lucky day. I meant to post this on October 6th. But, I finished a little earlier, and didn't want to have you all waiting 2 more days! So, enjoy the Update, 2 days early, still dated for October 6th!!! Looking forward to the feedback!
First Off, let's get some HORROR 'Stravaganza 2020 Edition in:)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G4FiuMzQdQw
Next Up
Staind Song, "It's Been Awhile", sums it up. But, here we are, again, almost 4 months later...with another truly kickass Update! There were quite a few variables in play, this time around, which made this particular Update take longer than the norm. These included real life reality and work debacles, meticulous testing phase scenarios to ensure what I wanted to pull off was feasible, with as little chance of buggery and such. You will see some of the things I have contended with, as you read the Release Notes! So, sit right back, and you will read a tale, a tale of a fateful modding trip...You get the idea:) Have fun with this Update, after you get through the Notes, whilst downloading it:)
I have been switching it up between Work, Modding, and trying to get in some fun "binge watching" of TV Shows, here and there. What shows have you ever "binge watched"? And, yeah, there is that joke about Netflix emailing people for watching too many episodes of Orange is the New Black and/or The Office, in a row:) In recent times, I did:
Ozark (truly looking forward to the next season..great crime drama about money laundering),
Lucky Pete (Bryan Cranston is a fun villain in season 1! Show is about someone who takes someone elses identity to escape his sordid past...not realizing the guy's life he took is potentially worse than his own!)
Anger Management Charlie Sheen in classic, crazy form:)
Greatest American Hero (Grew up on this show! Superhero loses instruction manual and learns as he goes, while crash landing in humorous ways, each and every time:)
I will probably do Ray Donovan next, as it is clearly a good show that I simply did not get into, as of yet! I'd absolutely love to know anything and everything any of you have binge watched!
Now then, you know the drill...Bullet Points, then clarity. Time to lift off and get into this Update!
Personal Appreciation for those who helped make 5000 Subscriber YouTube Milestone!
I am giving a tremendous personal thanks to all of you who have helped get me to the 5000 Subscriber YouTube Milestone. The combination of your pure, unadulterated awesomeness, Liking, Subscribing, Commenting, has gotten me to that fun junction in YouTube Time:) Thanks so much! And, I will be doing a 5K Celebration Video, wherein I take on a multitude of games with many many enemies, in fact...5K, give or take:)
TRUE Metal Gear 1 and 2 for MSX Controls Implemented! (Mini MD-S-NESC-PSC)
Those who followed the Releases for awhile, will have known Turrican for C64 was the game that truly made me want to have keyboard to controller mapping, of which fr500 and r-type were both graciously amazing in helping out with! In any case, I set up controls (most optimal for PS2 style controllers!) so that you can easily play the TRUE Metal Gear 1 and 2 via MSX! You simply add the games, per normal, then run them, and go into RetroArch Settings, Quick Menu, Controls, Load the Mapper, BlueMSX, Kojima Metal Gear 1 & 2! I streamlined things, as best I could, such as putting the Item/Weapon Menus onto L1/R1, Codec on Select, Action/Start/Continue Buttons on A/B/X/Y. I can do same for any other MSX/DOS, etc, computer relative games that any of you have difficulty setting up or running, for that matter! Just let me know:) Enjoy! Legal BIOS will install automatically with Xtreme Injector for PSC. For the MD/SNES/NES Classics, go to Modules, KMFD Mod Hub, BIOS Tab, and install the appropriate BlueMSX Bios Module! Thanks Devarchivist for pushing me to get this done this time around:)
MAME 2003 Xtreme Virtua Fighter Arcade Support Added! (Mini MD-S-NESC-PSC)
It is no secret that 3d Arcade Fighting Games run like crap on pretty much all of the Minis, aside from Dreamcast/Naomi/Atomiswave interpretations! Virtua Fighter is one I really wanted added. And, it runs best with MAME 2003 Xtreme, especially on PSC! So, it is officially, the one and only 3D Fighting Game that runs well on the MAME Cores! Hopefully, we can get more added, in the future! Personal thanks to Arcadez2003 for helping with the nuances of clocking it, especially so, to handle the lower spec Mini Classics! You will see in my video, below the notes, the few builds I had to go through, just to get things right!
MAME 2003 Xtreme Hunting Games Support Added! (Mini MD-S-NESC-PSC)
American Sammy's fun Arcade Gun Games, such as:
Personal thanks to Arcadez2003 and Grant2258 for helping with this addition. I will likely finetune the precision of the controller, Next Update! But, this is an excellent start! You can see similar revisions if you try running Duck Hunt VS, which I made far easier to manage on a controller, in recent Updates! I will do same for these fun Hunting Games, where no real animals are injured or maimed or killed!
MAME 2003 Xtreme Golfing Games Support Added! (Mini MD-S-NESC-PSC)
Incredible Technologies' fun Golfing Games, including:
Thanks for the assist Arcadez2003 and Grant2258, you both rock!
MAME 2003 Plus Midway Fixes (WWF Wrestlemania Arcade! (Mini MD-S-NESC-PSC)
Personal thanks to Mahoneyt944 for helping make this incredible addition possible! WWF Wrestlemania Arcade now has proper, and nice, and loud sound!
MAME 2003 Plus Midway Fixes! (Terminator 2, Revolution X) (Mini MD-S-NESC-PSC)
Two of the most notoriously annoying Arcade Gun Games to get up and running, due to pesky controls and/or sound issues! No more! Thank you Mahoneyt944 for helping make this possible to now have Auto Calibrated Controls for both Terminator 2 and Revolution X, as well as Loud, Nice sound for Revolution X! MAME 2003 Xtreme Amped, in the Next Update, will reflect these amazing changes, too! That is currently WIP, as I didn't want to delay this Update any longer!
MAME 2003 Plus Food Fight Proper Controls! (Mini MD-S-NESC-PSC)
Thanks to Mahoneyt944, you now have the ability to go into MAME Settings, and set appropriate "stop and turn on a dime" controls, to really have more finesse and finetuned precision in this highly addictive game. Be sure to check out the video below Release Notes for more details!
PSP Xtreme Amped! (Mini MD-S-NESC-PSC)
First we had PPSSPP Legacy, for stubborn games, then PPSSPP Xtreme, for a combination of stability and compatibility. Now, we have PPSSPP Xtreme Amped, which takes things to the next level! This cranks performance and speed to whole new levels and the NEXT Addition is one of the fruits of this labor! On MD/SNES/NES Classic, you can now finally and reasonably play Ultimate Ghosts 'n Goblins, as well as enjoy boosted Performance/Speed on a ton of games! One main caveat is that on the MD Mini, running games with PPSSPP Xtreme Amped from the Main UI can lead to a glitch where you are running the game and Main UI simultaneously! Check my YouTube Channel for a Video showcasing the workaround for this! PPSSPP Xtreme Amped for MD/SNES/NES will be in Mod Hub, KMFD Xtreme Tab, where other specialized, non-typical End User Stuff will be stored, moving forward!
The other thing to contend with is that games that have FMVs in them, such as God of War, may crash! You can workaround this, much like with Metroid Prime Hunters, where you utilize save points to bypass crash or non-passable points. In this case, run God of War Ghost of Sparta with PPSSPP Xtreme, get to the first save point, THEN reload same exact game with PPSSPP Xtreme Amped, and you will have a great while before having to worry about any FMV Crash Points! I played for a good couple hours swapping between the Xtreme and Amped, and thoroughly enjoyed some good ol God of War, pre Last of US rehash:) Not that that is a bad thing! I just enjoy the classic GOW, too:)
PSP Sonic Rivals 1 and 2 Finally Playable! (Mini PSC)
This is ONLY possible on PSC due to the Xtreme Timing Differentials to account for with these 2 very tricky games! They are now both quite playable! If you use my Xtreme Injector setup for PSC, you will be immediately in action for both of them, upon load! Results elsewhere may lead to crashes, freezes, burns, and whatnot! Remember, things are most finetuned to avoid crashes, with the Xtreme Injector setup. So, keep that in mind, and enjoy both of these fantastic PSP Games!
PSP Standalone! (Mini PSC)
We have had a great amount of Drama in the Scene. But, when it comes down to it, it is all about you, the End User, that matters most! Our groups have worked on our various projects, and conflicted, creatively, on occasion! But, I need not humble myself by saying thanks for your efforts with PPSSPP Standalone, Swing and Wraith. It is a true thanks! And, also thanks Genderbent for the critical Retroboot Installation Protocols which make APPs much more seamless in execution! In any case, I added my own personalized Xtreme Tweaks to help out a bit with some of the more Stubborn Games, such as Rock Band Unplugged! Be sure to watch the Rock Band Unplugged DLC Video Below Notes, as an example! Feel free to ask me for help, if you have any trouble getting DLC going on ANY game! I enjoy testing these fun things out, for sure!
Install, from my Release, in PSC Folder, AB, AutoBleem, then Xtreme Injector, then RB Apps, PPSSPP Standalone, then simply navigate to where your games are, and have fun running them! I got Sonic Rivals 1 and 2 running a tad better. Rock Band Unplugged considerably better. But, I definitely recommend most games be run via PPSSPP Xtreme or Amped, and the stubborn ones like Rock Band Unplugged via Standalone! Be sure to inform me of personal results of testing between these 3 incarnations of PPSSPP, so I can test, and confirm, and update things accordingly!
PicoDrive 32X Support Fixed! (Mini MD-S-NESC-PSC)
Pesky Butterfly Mod Effect broke 32X Support in the last Update...All good now!
Genesis Plus GX MSU-MD CD Soundtrack Support! (Mini MD-S-NESC-PSC)
This is pretty tricky to set-up. I may have to do a Tutorial Video on overall setup and patching! But, the video below notes shows this awesome sauce in action, especially the amazing Michael Jackson's Moonwalker with Real Songs! I will do my best to make running these as easily as possible. These will ONLY work with Genesis Plus GX Plus, NOT Xtreme. Xtreme is set up in such a way that it favors Speed and Performance for games, such as Sonic Spinball, and is not meant for stuff like MD-CD! Some Sega-CD Games also benefit with Xtreme.
Commodore 64 Vic-20 Support Added! (Mini MD-S-NESC-PSC)
This was a tricky one. Now, both homebrew AND retail games mostly run, as well as MegaCarts (which can contain nearly the entirely library of any game you'd ever want to play Vic-20 wise! If I can legally post the MegaCarts, I will to Mod Hub! I will display them in a video, then post on Google Drive, temporarily, if need be...to avoid any unnecessary delays in bringing you more awesomeness to play on your Minis!
Thank you Sonninos and RSN8887! And, thanks robbalvey for helping test these additions for a few hours!
Commodore Amiga Revamped! (Mini MD-S-NESC-PSC)
Amiga will continue to be Revamped, each and every Update. Performance and Speed is better, flickering fixed up, other fun tweaks and fixes, making it a better all around Core! Thank you Sonninos and RSN8887!
**Driver PSX No Longer Crashes on Restart! (Mini MD-S-NESC-PSC)
What is more irritating than the unpassable Tutorial Mission in Driver!? Well, that would be going to Restart, after failing, then having the entire game crash! No more, all good to go now, with ALL of the Updated PCSX Builds! You can also play the Japan Version, to entirely skip the Tutorial Mission, as a great bit of wisdom someone passed along to me in YouTube Comments! Just, after that, game won't be in English! But, still very damned cool! Thanks!
PSX Bugs Fixed! (Mini MD-S-NESC-PSC)
Disk Swapping wasn't 100 percent reliable and crashed for some more often than not. Everything is fixed now, and I had multiple people test. Disk Swapping works flawlessly and quite effortlessly now! Also, if attempting to run games without BIOS, crashing was more prone to occur. Now, the games that DO work without BIOS, will run fine, without any surprise crashing on startup! Again, Butterfly Mod Effect, per usual. Gotta deal with a break, here and there, with the awesome new additions. But, once the occasional breaks, such as Disk Swapping crashes, or 32X no longer functioning properly, we quickly get off our asses and fix them, if we reasonably can:) Thanks saitax and stefantx and bslenul for testing and confirming the bugs no longer exist:)
PCSX ReArmed .ldci Support! (Mini MD-S-NESC)
Thanks bslenul! This is genius:) For PCSX, which is really cool for multi-discs games, now it will remember the last disc inserted so for example you're playing FFVII (from a m3u/pbp) and you're now on disc 2, next time you'll start the game it will boot on disc 2 directly, no need to swap and restart. This may make it hard code wise for PSC, too, upon more appropriate testing. But, works fine for MD/SNES/NES, for now!
PCSX ReArmed HD Xtreme Suite! (Mini MD-S-NESC-PSC)
Here, we have a masochist's haven suite of specialized PCSX Core Builds, for you to peruse and try out and enjoy! For MD/SNES/NES Classics, go to Mod Hub, KMFD Xtreme Tab, like with PPSSPP Xtreme Amped...stuff that may not be for every End User, will be there for the elitists who wanna try out the extra oomph up for offer! You will have NEON, PEOPS, UNAI Xtreme, HD Xtreme, HD Xtreme Amped, HD Xtreme FS, HD Xtreme Amped FS. Amped Builds will ONLY work with Suspend or RetroArch Saves, NOT in game. That is a sacrifice that needed made to ensure better performance and speed! Graphical glitches may also occur. Think of the cache being overloaded. If you exit the game and reenter, or restart RetroArch, the game should run fine! I have to personally say, some of the "not too often" graphical glitches I got, were pretty funny. One had stormtroopers in Jedi Power Battles being covered up like a certain character that we need not name, that can't be shown, in South Park! Speaking of South Park, the Covid 19 episode was in top form, highly enjoyable:)
In any event, first try PS1 Games with the standard suite of Cores, then Xtreme, if need be. And, as far as HD Builds, FS has minor frame skipping involved, to help on games like R-Type Delta, which will run way way way better on MD/SNES/NES, with FS Builds! And, I tell you, R-Type Delta looks fine in HD! Feel free to offer feedback, as I have had absolute fun trying out hundreds of games on the various builds, and finding the appropriate and most masterful build for each. Again, for PSC, simply running HD Xtreme or HD Xtreme Amped will be all that is needed for MOST PS1 Games. FS is more practical, execution wise, for MD/SNES/NES. Have fun, I definitely did, getting these all set up for you to all enjoy! One can never have enough PS1:) PS: Blood Omen, like in my Video, runs absolutely amazing with HD Xtreme Amped! I just use RetroArch Saves for it, as I WANT that additional performance and speed, and accountability for HD Upscaled Visuals, to boot!
Boktai Light Sensor Support for mGBA! (Mini MD-S-NESC-PSC)
Who the friggin hey wants to take their GBA outside in the sun! Well, it was still a cool, not very well known gimmick, for this subset of Boktai, Action Adventure Games! Make sure your Core Option is set to 1 for Light, then calibrate, confirm, in game, and you should be able to simply hold L1 or R1 to adjust light up and down! You can also utilize the "hard perm patches" in my Release, in Xtras/PERM-CHEATS-PATCHING, to make sure it is enforced, always! Boktai 3, you will probably want to English Language patch, as well. I didn't include that patch, for now, as the best patch of it, includes something I cannot post:) I will try to throw into the Next Update, the most appropriate patch, along with any others I come across, that are impactful:)
RetroArch Xtreme Amped! (Mini MD-S-NESC-PSC)
For MD/SNES/NES, Mod Hub, KMFD RetroArch Tab for Ozone, the most User Friendly Build! KMFD Xtreme for my specialized for better performance/speed builds of Amped/RGUI (RGUI Loads games approximately 2-3 seconds faster than any other build. But, it is not the most pretty interface. It just doesn't need to load as much into memory, before running the games! For PSC, Xtreme Injector will get you up and running! For MD/SNES/NES, I have 181 and 190 Xtreme Amped. PSC, just 181 Xtreme Amped. I personally found 182-190 still have a few bugs to sort, that make me favor 181 for now on that platform. You are welcome to try 190 with Genderbent's awesome RetroBoot, however. But, til I am satisfied the bugs are sorted out, 181 is where I will stay, firm, for now...on PSC!
Additionally, those of you who play N64 the most, may best prefer 181, since you can directly go into RetroArch, Video Settings, SRGB Toggle On/Off on games like Killer Instinct/Paper Mario, to instantly kill slowdown, and reinstate full speed mode activate! Higher than 181, you have to go through 2 additional submenus, which can be a little more less endearing. Again, use whichever one you most prefer. I will get 190 or higher up, once I am comfortable enough with some of the bugs being gone! These same bugs don't necessarily affect other platforms, as MD/SNES/NES are absolutely fine! But, for the record, there were some bugs in 184, such as 50+ MB Memory Usage, which in some instances, affected certain games. That is completely resolved for the 181 and 190 I posted! It was due to a "RetroAchievements" bug.
RetroArch Xtreme Amped Sound Check Mode Activate! (Mini MD-S-NESC-PSC)
This is not as much about the music, as it is about memory usage! Whenever you enter RetroArch Menu, in ANY of my Amped Builds, cool, very kickass 1980s style music will play. If playing a more intensive game, such as Dreamcast, opening RetroArch Menu may cause this music to stutter or slow down. Anytime you stutter or slowdown, this signifies memory usage, sort of like CTRL+ALT+DEL on a Windows PC! Depending on where you are in a specific game, it will be best to resume that game to avoid crashing from it, due to too much memory usage, such as with Fist of the North Star...one of the most cpu intensive games, period! Or, just stop touching your controller for a second or few, til it cleans up! As long as the music stays smooth, you are generally in no immediately or imminent danger of crashing! I have found this one of the most practical solutions for surveying exactly how the memory is currently behaving! Even the built in Memory Usage Detector is quite erratic and unreliable, in contrast, due to how some Cores gather the data.
Xtreme Virtual Ram Updated! (Mini MD-S-NESC)
With this installed, you will now have incredible performance and better compatibility! Doom Sigil will load without crashing, Custom Arcade OSTs, such as NBA Jam and Street Fighter II will properly work. Naomi/Atomiswave will go from potential 2FPS slowdown, slideshows, to near seamless! I ran, even Fist of the North Star, quite nicely...on the lower spec MD Mini! You will have the double whammy of Zfast as well as Swap, along with Turbo Refinement, to help ease along the previous choke points in games for PSP, such as Burnout Legends, which run quite nicely with PPSSPP Xtreme Amped, now!
Other Additions! (Mini MD-S-NESC-PSC)
I made the Load Content more concise, so you don't have 100 characters listed at a time, when seeing what content or Core is loaded. This harkens back to my Prefix System which I showcased on NESC in 2017. IE: NES: Blaster Master, rather than Nintendo - Nintendo Entertainment System - Blaster Master, or Nintendo - Nintendo Entertainment System - Nestopia, now is Nintendo - NES - Nestopia! I really love this, as I don't want to sit there for 2-3 seconds on every Core, waiting for it to scroll by to see what the hell I am working with! This doesn't affect Ozone as much. But, with my preferred Amped XMB Builds, it is a little more confined for scrolling sections!
MD Mini 6 Button Controller Mostly Fixed Up! (Mini MD)
Thanks ReyVGM and bslenul for helping with this very frustrating addition. Many have encountered buttons being wonky or off by one! We did some extensive testing. And, with RetroArch Install from THIS Update, your MD 6 Button Controllers, should perform properly. Note: there are purportedly 4 different 6 Button Controller Types that came with the MD/Genesis Minis. We did the ones we had access to. If any of you have ones that still do not work, contact us, and we can help you with the appropriate process of generating a control scheme, which we can put into the install, so you and others can utilize it! Also, if running MD Games with Genesis Plus or Xtreme GX, you may sometimes need to go into RetroArch Settings, Quick Menu, Controls, and choose between 3/6 button there, depending on game. Variables. But, you get the idea! ' Next Update WIP (DraStic MD Mini Controls/MAME 2003 Xtreme Amped, etc)!
DraStic, currently, is quite limited in "what controllers" will auto work with it, for MD Mini! So, this is a top priority to get fixed up, right after this Update! They work absolutely fine for SNES/NES. But, a little additional work is needed to rectify things so they are more appropriately geared for the MD Mini. For now, you can access the DraStic Menu via holding reset on your MD Mini, for roughly 2 seconds. And, from there, if you have a working and supported controller, you should have no trouble navigating, and mapping, yourself. You can also use a keyboard, to make things fast and easy. And, TWO controllers can actually be used, one in each of the front controller ports, as well! Again, this is one of the top priorities to fix up, as soon as we reasonably can! Thanks for all the feedback and input!
I will have 2 MAME 2003 Xtreme Builds, Next Update. One will favor performance/speed, the other compatibility/stability. If I can get the better performance/speed on the latter build, I will relegate it to just one build. But, sometimes, it works best not trying to fix what isn't truly broken! SO far, in my personal testing, things are looking pretty tip top, as far as a nice Xtreme Amped Build. I just need to do more recoding, which I don't want to delay this Update, to do. But, I will certainly showcase this stuff. Stuff Like Virtua Fighter, etc, may run even better, too, once I am done!
I will get more Games onto the Mod Hub, including some very nice handheld games! I have wanted to do this for awhile. This will be the third priority for this followup Update, which won't be 3 months later, like this one was!
Refined Cheat Support for several Cores! I will showcase this in a few videos. Some of the most grueling and frustratingly difficult games, will be more approachable with easy access invincibility and/or infinite lives, etc, on the fly:) You will see:)
The Videos!
Be sure to go to my YouTube Channel, look at most recent, and go backwards, to cover pretty much everything shown in this Update! But, here are a few stand-out ones to check out, for now:)
Playstation Classic - Sonic Rivals 1 & 2 Actually Playable!!! Xtreme Amped FTW!!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=az60s0ZYiQc&t=288s
Playstation Classic - PSX HD Xtreme Amped! Blood Omen Legacy of Kain! + SNES Steven Seagal?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wbCAImalNCY&t=5s
Hell, just go to most Recent on my Channel, as mentioned above, and you will see the dozens of other videos posted within the last few months!
Enjoy the Friggin' Update! I will do a 5000 Subscriber Celebration Video when I get the chance!
KMFDManic:)
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Let's Go More Xtreme Amped! RetroArch, PPSSPP, HD PCSX, MAME 2003, Amiga, and More! Core Set Release for Mini MD/SNES/NES/PSC Classics! Many Fixes and Additions, Enjoy!

Release Link way at bottom of this Post!
10-06-2020
Today is your lucky day. I meant to post this on October 6th. But, I finished a little earlier, and didn't want to have you all waiting 2 more days! So, enjoy the Update, 2 days early, still dated for October 6th!!! Looking forward to the feedback!
First Off, let's get some HORROR 'Stravaganza 2020 Edition in:)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G4FiuMzQdQw
Next Up
Staind Song, "It's Been Awhile", sums it up. But, here we are, again, almost 4 months later...with another truly kickass Update! There were quite a few variables in play, this time around, which made this particular Update take longer than the norm. These included real life reality and work debacles, meticulous testing phase scenarios to ensure what I wanted to pull off was feasible, with as little chance of buggery and such. You will see some of the things I have contended with, as you read the Release Notes! So, sit right back, and you will read a tale, a tale of a fateful modding trip...You get the idea:) Have fun with this Update, after you get through the Notes, whilst downloading it:)
I have been switching it up between Work, Modding, and trying to get in some fun "binge watching" of TV Shows, here and there. What shows have you ever "binge watched"? And, yeah, there is that joke about Netflix emailing people for watching too many episodes of Orange is the New Black and/or The Office, in a row:) In recent times, I did:
Ozark (truly looking forward to the next season..great crime drama about money laundering),
Lucky Pete (Bryan Cranston is a fun villain in season 1! Show is about someone who takes someone elses identity to escape his sordid past...not realizing the guy's life he took is potentially worse than his own!)
Anger Management Charlie Sheen in classic, crazy form:)
Greatest American Hero (Grew up on this show! Superhero loses instruction manual and learns as he goes, while crash landing in humorous ways, each and every time:)
I will probably do Ray Donovan next, as it is clearly a good show that I simply did not get into, as of yet! I'd absolutely love to know anything and everything any of you have binge watched!
Now then, you know the drill...Bullet Points, then clarity. Time to lift off and get into this Update!
Personal Appreciation for those who helped make 5000 Subscriber YouTube Milestone!
I am giving a tremendous personal thanks to all of you who have helped get me to the 5000 Subscriber YouTube Milestone. The combination of your pure, unadulterated awesomeness, Liking, Subscribing, Commenting, has gotten me to that fun junction in YouTube Time:) Thanks so much! And, I will be doing a 5K Celebration Video, wherein I take on a multitude of games with many many enemies, in fact...5K, give or take:)
TRUE Metal Gear 1 and 2 for MSX Controls Implemented! (Mini MD-S-NESC-PSC)
Those who followed the Releases for awhile, will have known Turrican for C64 was the game that truly made me want to have keyboard to controller mapping, of which fr500 and r-type were both graciously amazing in helping out with! In any case, I set up controls (most optimal for PS2 style controllers!) so that you can easily play the TRUE Metal Gear 1 and 2 via MSX! You simply add the games, per normal, then run them, and go into RetroArch Settings, Quick Menu, Controls, Load the Mapper, BlueMSX, Kojima Metal Gear 1 & 2! I streamlined things, as best I could, such as putting the Item/Weapon Menus onto L1/R1, Codec on Select, Action/Start/Continue Buttons on A/B/X/Y. I can do same for any other MSX/DOS, etc, computer relative games that any of you have difficulty setting up or running, for that matter! Just let me know:) Enjoy! Legal BIOS will install automatically with Xtreme Injector for PSC. For the MD/SNES/NES Classics, go to Modules, KMFD Mod Hub, BIOS Tab, and install the appropriate BlueMSX Bios Module! Thanks Devarchivist for pushing me to get this done this time around:)
MAME 2003 Xtreme Virtua Fighter Arcade Support Added! (Mini MD-S-NESC-PSC)
It is no secret that 3d Arcade Fighting Games run like crap on pretty much all of the Minis, aside from Dreamcast/Naomi/Atomiswave interpretations! Virtua Fighter is one I really wanted added. And, it runs best with MAME 2003 Xtreme, especially on PSC! So, it is officially, the one and only 3D Fighting Game that runs well on the MAME Cores! Hopefully, we can get more added, in the future! Personal thanks to Arcadez2003 for helping with the nuances of clocking it, especially so, to handle the lower spec Mini Classics! You will see in my video, below the notes, the few builds I had to go through, just to get things right!
MAME 2003 Xtreme Hunting Games Support Added! (Mini MD-S-NESC-PSC)
American Sammy's fun Arcade Gun Games, such as:
Personal thanks to Arcadez2003 and Grant2258 for helping with this addition. I will likely finetune the precision of the controller, Next Update! But, this is an excellent start! You can see similar revisions if you try running Duck Hunt VS, which I made far easier to manage on a controller, in recent Updates! I will do same for these fun Hunting Games, where no real animals are injured or maimed or killed!
MAME 2003 Xtreme Golfing Games Support Added! (Mini MD-S-NESC-PSC)
Incredible Technologies' fun Golfing Games, including:
Thanks for the assist Arcadez2003 and Grant2258, you both rock!
MAME 2003 Plus Midway Fixes (WWF Wrestlemania Arcade! (Mini MD-S-NESC-PSC)
Personal thanks to Mahoneyt944 for helping make this incredible addition possible! WWF Wrestlemania Arcade now has proper, and nice, and loud sound!
MAME 2003 Plus Midway Fixes! (Terminator 2, Revolution X) (Mini MD-S-NESC-PSC)
Two of the most notoriously annoying Arcade Gun Games to get up and running, due to pesky controls and/or sound issues! No more! Thank you Mahoneyt944 for helping make this possible to now have Auto Calibrated Controls for both Terminator 2 and Revolution X, as well as Loud, Nice sound for Revolution X! MAME 2003 Xtreme Amped, in the Next Update, will reflect these amazing changes, too! That is currently WIP, as I didn't want to delay this Update any longer!
MAME 2003 Plus Food Fight Proper Controls! (Mini MD-S-NESC-PSC)
Thanks to Mahoneyt944, you now have the ability to go into MAME Settings, and set appropriate "stop and turn on a dime" controls, to really have more finesse and finetuned precision in this highly addictive game. Be sure to check out the video below Release Notes for more details!
PSP Xtreme Amped! (Mini MD-S-NESC-PSC)
First we had PPSSPP Legacy, for stubborn games, then PPSSPP Xtreme, for a combination of stability and compatibility. Now, we have PPSSPP Xtreme Amped, which takes things to the next level! This cranks performance and speed to whole new levels and the NEXT Addition is one of the fruits of this labor! On MD/SNES/NES Classic, you can now finally and reasonably play Ultimate Ghosts 'n Goblins, as well as enjoy boosted Performance/Speed on a ton of games! One main caveat is that on the MD Mini, running games with PPSSPP Xtreme Amped from the Main UI can lead to a glitch where you are running the game and Main UI simultaneously! Check my YouTube Channel for a Video showcasing the workaround for this! PPSSPP Xtreme Amped for MD/SNES/NES will be in Mod Hub, KMFD Xtreme Tab, where other specialized, non-typical End User Stuff will be stored, moving forward!
The other thing to contend with is that games that have FMVs in them, such as God of War, may crash! You can workaround this, much like with Metroid Prime Hunters, where you utilize save points to bypass crash or non-passable points. In this case, run God of War Ghost of Sparta with PPSSPP Xtreme, get to the first save point, THEN reload same exact game with PPSSPP Xtreme Amped, and you will have a great while before having to worry about any FMV Crash Points! I played for a good couple hours swapping between the Xtreme and Amped, and thoroughly enjoyed some good ol God of War, pre Last of US rehash:) Not that that is a bad thing! I just enjoy the classic GOW, too:)
PSP Sonic Rivals 1 and 2 Finally Playable! (Mini PSC)
This is ONLY possible on PSC due to the Xtreme Timing Differentials to account for with these 2 very tricky games! They are now both quite playable! If you use my Xtreme Injector setup for PSC, you will be immediately in action for both of them, upon load! Results elsewhere may lead to crashes, freezes, burns, and whatnot! Remember, things are most finetuned to avoid crashes, with the Xtreme Injector setup. So, keep that in mind, and enjoy both of these fantastic PSP Games!
PSP Standalone! (Mini PSC)
We have had a great amount of Drama in the Scene. But, when it comes down to it, it is all about you, the End User, that matters most! Our groups have worked on our various projects, and conflicted, creatively, on occasion! But, I need not humble myself by saying thanks for your efforts with PPSSPP Standalone, Swing and Wraith. It is a true thanks! And, also thanks Genderbent for the critical Retroboot Installation Protocols which make APPs much more seamless in execution! In any case, I added my own personalized Xtreme Tweaks to help out a bit with some of the more Stubborn Games, such as Rock Band Unplugged! Be sure to watch the Rock Band Unplugged DLC Video Below Notes, as an example! Feel free to ask me for help, if you have any trouble getting DLC going on ANY game! I enjoy testing these fun things out, for sure!
Install, from my Release, in PSC Folder, AB, AutoBleem, then Xtreme Injector, then RB Apps, PPSSPP Standalone, then simply navigate to where your games are, and have fun running them! I got Sonic Rivals 1 and 2 running a tad better. Rock Band Unplugged considerably better. But, I definitely recommend most games be run via PPSSPP Xtreme or Amped, and the stubborn ones like Rock Band Unplugged via Standalone! Be sure to inform me of personal results of testing between these 3 incarnations of PPSSPP, so I can test, and confirm, and update things accordingly!
PicoDrive 32X Support Fixed! (Mini MD-S-NESC-PSC)
Pesky Butterfly Mod Effect broke 32X Support in the last Update...All good now!
Genesis Plus GX MSU-MD CD Soundtrack Support! (Mini MD-S-NESC-PSC)
This is pretty tricky to set-up. I may have to do a Tutorial Video on overall setup and patching! But, the video below notes shows this awesome sauce in action, especially the amazing Michael Jackson's Moonwalker with Real Songs! I will do my best to make running these as easily as possible. These will ONLY work with Genesis Plus GX Plus, NOT Xtreme. Xtreme is set up in such a way that it favors Speed and Performance for games, such as Sonic Spinball, and is not meant for stuff like MD-CD! Some Sega-CD Games also benefit with Xtreme.
Commodore 64 Vic-20 Support Added! (Mini MD-S-NESC-PSC)
This was a tricky one. Now, both homebrew AND retail games mostly run, as well as MegaCarts (which can contain nearly the entirely library of any game you'd ever want to play Vic-20 wise! If I can legally post the MegaCarts, I will to Mod Hub! I will display them in a video, then post on Google Drive, temporarily, if need be...to avoid any unnecessary delays in bringing you more awesomeness to play on your Minis!
Thank you Sonninos and RSN8887! And, thanks robbalvey for helping test these additions for a few hours!
Commodore Amiga Revamped! (Mini MD-S-NESC-PSC)
Amiga will continue to be Revamped, each and every Update. Performance and Speed is better, flickering fixed up, other fun tweaks and fixes, making it a better all around Core! Thank you Sonninos and RSN8887!
**Driver PSX No Longer Crashes on Restart! (Mini MD-S-NESC-PSC)
What is more irritating than the unpassable Tutorial Mission in Driver!? Well, that would be going to Restart, after failing, then having the entire game crash! No more, all good to go now, with ALL of the Updated PCSX Builds! You can also play the Japan Version, to entirely skip the Tutorial Mission, as a great bit of wisdom someone passed along to me in YouTube Comments! Just, after that, game won't be in English! But, still very damned cool! Thanks!
PSX Bugs Fixed! (Mini MD-S-NESC-PSC)
Disk Swapping wasn't 100 percent reliable and crashed for some more often than not. Everything is fixed now, and I had multiple people test. Disk Swapping works flawlessly and quite effortlessly now! Also, if attempting to run games without BIOS, crashing was more prone to occur. Now, the games that DO work without BIOS, will run fine, without any surprise crashing on startup! Again, Butterfly Mod Effect, per usual. Gotta deal with a break, here and there, with the awesome new additions. But, once the occasional breaks, such as Disk Swapping crashes, or 32X no longer functioning properly, we quickly get off our asses and fix them, if we reasonably can:) Thanks saitax and stefantx and bslenul for testing and confirming the bugs no longer exist:)
PCSX ReArmed .ldci Support! (Mini MD-S-NESC)
Thanks bslenul! This is genius:) For PCSX, which is really cool for multi-discs games, now it will remember the last disc inserted so for example you're playing FFVII (from a m3u/pbp) and you're now on disc 2, next time you'll start the game it will boot on disc 2 directly, no need to swap and restart. This may make it hard code wise for PSC, too, upon more appropriate testing. But, works fine for MD/SNES/NES, for now!
PCSX ReArmed HD Xtreme Suite! (Mini MD-S-NESC-PSC)
Here, we have a masochist's haven suite of specialized PCSX Core Builds, for you to peruse and try out and enjoy! For MD/SNES/NES Classics, go to Mod Hub, KMFD Xtreme Tab, like with PPSSPP Xtreme Amped...stuff that may not be for every End User, will be there for the elitists who wanna try out the extra oomph up for offer! You will have NEON, PEOPS, UNAI Xtreme, HD Xtreme, HD Xtreme Amped, HD Xtreme FS, HD Xtreme Amped FS. Amped Builds will ONLY work with Suspend or RetroArch Saves, NOT in game. That is a sacrifice that needed made to ensure better performance and speed! Graphical glitches may also occur. Think of the cache being overloaded. If you exit the game and reenter, or restart RetroArch, the game should run fine! I have to personally say, some of the "not too often" graphical glitches I got, were pretty funny. One had stormtroopers in Jedi Power Battles being covered up like a certain character that we need not name, that can't be shown, in South Park! Speaking of South Park, the Covid 19 episode was in top form, highly enjoyable:)
In any event, first try PS1 Games with the standard suite of Cores, then Xtreme, if need be. And, as far as HD Builds, FS has minor frame skipping involved, to help on games like R-Type Delta, which will run way way way better on MD/SNES/NES, with FS Builds! And, I tell you, R-Type Delta looks fine in HD! Feel free to offer feedback, as I have had absolute fun trying out hundreds of games on the various builds, and finding the appropriate and most masterful build for each. Again, for PSC, simply running HD Xtreme or HD Xtreme Amped will be all that is needed for MOST PS1 Games. FS is more practical, execution wise, for MD/SNES/NES. Have fun, I definitely did, getting these all set up for you to all enjoy! One can never have enough PS1:) PS: Blood Omen, like in my Video, runs absolutely amazing with HD Xtreme Amped! I just use RetroArch Saves for it, as I WANT that additional performance and speed, and accountability for HD Upscaled Visuals, to boot!
Boktai Light Sensor Support for mGBA! (Mini MD-S-NESC-PSC)
Who the friggin hey wants to take their GBA outside in the sun! Well, it was still a cool, not very well known gimmick, for this subset of Boktai, Action Adventure Games! Make sure your Core Option is set to 1 for Light, then calibrate, confirm, in game, and you should be able to simply hold L1 or R1 to adjust light up and down! You can also utilize the "hard perm patches" in my Release, in Xtras/PERM-CHEATS-PATCHING, to make sure it is enforced, always! Boktai 3, you will probably want to English Language patch, as well. I didn't include that patch, for now, as the best patch of it, includes something I cannot post:) I will try to throw into the Next Update, the most appropriate patch, along with any others I come across, that are impactful:)
RetroArch Xtreme Amped! (Mini MD-S-NESC-PSC)
For MD/SNES/NES, Mod Hub, KMFD RetroArch Tab for Ozone, the most User Friendly Build! KMFD Xtreme for my specialized for better performance/speed builds of Amped/RGUI (RGUI Loads games approximately 2-3 seconds faster than any other build. But, it is not the most pretty interface. It just doesn't need to load as much into memory, before running the games! For PSC, Xtreme Injector will get you up and running! For MD/SNES/NES, I have 181 and 190 Xtreme Amped. PSC, just 181 Xtreme Amped. I personally found 182-190 still have a few bugs to sort, that make me favor 181 for now on that platform. You are welcome to try 190 with Genderbent's awesome RetroBoot, however. But, til I am satisfied the bugs are sorted out, 181 is where I will stay, firm, for now...on PSC!
Additionally, those of you who play N64 the most, may best prefer 181, since you can directly go into RetroArch, Video Settings, SRGB Toggle On/Off on games like Killer Instinct/Paper Mario, to instantly kill slowdown, and reinstate full speed mode activate! Higher than 181, you have to go through 2 additional submenus, which can be a little more less endearing. Again, use whichever one you most prefer. I will get 190 or higher up, once I am comfortable enough with some of the bugs being gone! These same bugs don't necessarily affect other platforms, as MD/SNES/NES are absolutely fine! But, for the record, there were some bugs in 184, such as 50+ MB Memory Usage, which in some instances, affected certain games. That is completely resolved for the 181 and 190 I posted! It was due to a "RetroAchievements" bug.
RetroArch Xtreme Amped Sound Check Mode Activate! (Mini MD-S-NESC-PSC)
This is not as much about the music, as it is about memory usage! Whenever you enter RetroArch Menu, in ANY of my Amped Builds, cool, very kickass 1980s style music will play. If playing a more intensive game, such as Dreamcast, opening RetroArch Menu may cause this music to stutter or slow down. Anytime you stutter or slowdown, this signifies memory usage, sort of like CTRL+ALT+DEL on a Windows PC! Depending on where you are in a specific game, it will be best to resume that game to avoid crashing from it, due to too much memory usage, such as with Fist of the North Star...one of the most cpu intensive games, period! Or, just stop touching your controller for a second or few, til it cleans up! As long as the music stays smooth, you are generally in no immediately or imminent danger of crashing! I have found this one of the most practical solutions for surveying exactly how the memory is currently behaving! Even the built in Memory Usage Detector is quite erratic and unreliable, in contrast, due to how some Cores gather the data.
Xtreme Virtual Ram Updated! (Mini MD-S-NESC)
With this installed, you will now have incredible performance and better compatibility! Doom Sigil will load without crashing, Custom Arcade OSTs, such as NBA Jam and Street Fighter II will properly work. Naomi/Atomiswave will go from potential 2FPS slowdown, slideshows, to near seamless! I ran, even Fist of the North Star, quite nicely...on the lower spec MD Mini! You will have the double whammy of Zfast as well as Swap, along with Turbo Refinement, to help ease along the previous choke points in games for PSP, such as Burnout Legends, which run quite nicely with PPSSPP Xtreme Amped, now!
Other Additions! (Mini MD-S-NESC-PSC)
I made the Load Content more concise, so you don't have 100 characters listed at a time, when seeing what content or Core is loaded. This harkens back to my Prefix System which I showcased on NESC in 2017. IE: NES: Blaster Master, rather than Nintendo - Nintendo Entertainment System - Blaster Master, or Nintendo - Nintendo Entertainment System - Nestopia, now is Nintendo - NES - Nestopia! I really love this, as I don't want to sit there for 2-3 seconds on every Core, waiting for it to scroll by to see what the hell I am working with! This doesn't affect Ozone as much. But, with my preferred Amped XMB Builds, it is a little more confined for scrolling sections!
MD Mini 6 Button Controller Mostly Fixed Up! (Mini MD)
Thanks ReyVGM and bslenul for helping with this very frustrating addition. Many have encountered buttons being wonky or off by one! We did some extensive testing. And, with RetroArch Install from THIS Update, your MD 6 Button Controllers, should perform properly. Note: there are purportedly 4 different 6 Button Controller Types that came with the MD/Genesis Minis. We did the ones we had access to. If any of you have ones that still do not work, contact us, and we can help you with the appropriate process of generating a control scheme, which we can put into the install, so you and others can utilize it! Also, if running MD Games with Genesis Plus or Xtreme GX, you may sometimes need to go into RetroArch Settings, Quick Menu, Controls, and choose between 3/6 button there, depending on game. Variables. But, you get the idea! ' Next Update WIP (DraStic MD Mini Controls/MAME 2003 Xtreme Amped, etc)!
DraStic, currently, is quite limited in "what controllers" will auto work with it, for MD Mini! So, this is a top priority to get fixed up, right after this Update! They work absolutely fine for SNES/NES. But, a little additional work is needed to rectify things so they are more appropriately geared for the MD Mini. For now, you can access the DraStic Menu via holding reset on your MD Mini, for roughly 2 seconds. And, from there, if you have a working and supported controller, you should have no trouble navigating, and mapping, yourself. You can also use a keyboard, to make things fast and easy. And, TWO controllers can actually be used, one in each of the front controller ports, as well! Again, this is one of the top priorities to fix up, as soon as we reasonably can! Thanks for all the feedback and input!
I will have 2 MAME 2003 Xtreme Builds, Next Update. One will favor performance/speed, the other compatibility/stability. If I can get the better performance/speed on the latter build, I will relegate it to just one build. But, sometimes, it works best not trying to fix what isn't truly broken! SO far, in my personal testing, things are looking pretty tip top, as far as a nice Xtreme Amped Build. I just need to do more recoding, which I don't want to delay this Update, to do. But, I will certainly showcase this stuff. Stuff Like Virtua Fighter, etc, may run even better, too, once I am done!
I will get more Games onto the Mod Hub, including some very nice handheld games! I have wanted to do this for awhile. This will be the third priority for this followup Update, which won't be 3 months later, like this one was!
Refined Cheat Support for several Cores! I will showcase this in a few videos. Some of the most grueling and frustratingly difficult games, will be more approachable with easy access invincibility and/or infinite lives, etc, on the fly:) You will see:)
The Videos!
Be sure to go to my YouTube Channel, look at most recent, and go backwards, to cover pretty much everything shown in this Update! But, here are a few stand-out ones to check out, for now:)
Playstation Classic - Sonic Rivals 1 & 2 Actually Playable!!! Xtreme Amped FTW!!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=az60s0ZYiQc&t=288s
Playstation Classic - PSX HD Xtreme Amped! Blood Omen Legacy of Kain! + SNES Steven Seagal?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wbCAImalNCY&t=5s
Hell, just go to most Recent on my Channel, as mentioned above, and you will see the dozens of other videos posted within the last few months!
Enjoy the Friggin' Update! I will do a 5000 Subscriber Celebration Video when I get the chance!
KMFDManic:)
https://github.com/KMFDManic/NESC-SNESC-Modifications/releases
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Defensive firearms for first-time gun owners: a comprehensive guide to selecting and buying a gun for home defense.

Here at /guns we've recently been inundated with posts from people with little to no experience who are looking to buy a firearm for defensive purposes. Common questions are "what gun should I buy?" and "how does the purchase process work?". If that's you, I'm going to set you on the right track.
A lot of first-time purchasers here have been referred to presidentender's very fine list of guns you should get if you're new. However I believe that list isn't necessarily applicable to the kind of buyers we're seeing now, nor does it address the questions that many have regarding purchasing.

"What gun should I get for home defense?"

Below I will explain the pros and cons of the main types of firearms, and name some actual models that you won't be disappointed in.
Semiautomatic rifles
You can't do much better than a semiautomatic rifle for home defense, such as an AR-15. That statement might raise multiple questions/concerns in your mind, but bear with me, because all will be explained. We'll also explore some alternatives later on.
A big consideration in home defense is potential over-penetration of projectiles. In other words, you don't want to shoot a bad guy only for that bullet to keep going and hit your neighbor. While firearms will easily penetrate multiple layers of drywall, a rifle like an AR-15 actually doesn't present a high penetration risk compared to handguns and shotguns. That's because handguns and shotguns tend to fire projectiles that are slower and/or heavier than those fired from an AR-15. The lighter, faster bullet of the AR is also more likely to fragment when it hits something, thereby reducing the risk it poses.
Beyond that, the main advantages of an AR-15 are as follows:
Below are some great entry-level AR-15s in 5.56mm for your consideration. Differences are minimal and you should expect equal performance from each of them.
Shotguns
Shotguns are a solid option for home defense use, but they do have some downsides compared to something like an AR-15. First is ammo capacity--you should expect the gun to hold fewer than 10 rounds. The second downside is the method of operation. Many shotguns are "pump action", which means you have to rack it after each shot. This introduces a point of failure, since it's a very deliberate action required of you in an extremely stressful situation.
You may still want a shotgun however. In a minority of states, AR-15s and rifles like it are regulated in such a way that they might not be a good choice for you right now. If you do go the shotgun route, you need to know what it can and can't do.
There's a plethora of myths and bad pieces of advice out there surrounding shotguns. First is the myth that shotguns are easier to aim. While this might sometimes be true at longer distances, the pellets that are fired from a shotgun shell will not spread out appreciably at home defense ranges. This means that you will have to aim a shotgun as precisely as you would a rifle.
The second big myth is that the noise of racking the shotgun will be effective at deterring someone. You shouldn't rely on a single noise being heard by a bad guy who might be outside or several rooms away, nor should you depend on that person interpreting the noise as a shotgun and leaving because of it. There are a lot of crazy people out there.
Another kind of bad advice about shotguns involves ammo choice. As you probably know, shotguns are popular in certain kinds of hunting, which means there are different, specialized types of ammo. A very common type is birdshot, and although some will tell you it's good for home defense because it'll cause someone to "have a bad day", it's woefully under-powered. Remember, it's for birds. If you get a shotgun, buy some buckshot to defend yourself with.
Lastly, there are some "gimmick" shotguns out there that you should avoid for practical uses. They look like this and like this. They might be fun toys for the range, but they suck for home defense. The short barrel provides no real advantage, and the lack of a stock makes it significantly harder to precisely control and aim. Buy a full-length shotgun with a stock!
Shotguns for your consideration are below. Remington isn't listed because the company was bought out in 2007 and is now selling trash under the famous Remington name.
Handguns
Like shotguns, handguns aren't a bad choice for home defense, but they have some disadvantages compared to a rifle. First and foremost is controllability. While it might seem that a small gun like a pistol is easier to quickly aim and shoot, it's actually harder. You have a very short sight radius which makes it harder to get on target and stay on target. Additionally, when shooting, people have a tendency to subconsciously anticipate recoil and jerk the trigger, causing the pistol to go off-target. This is something that you can only fix with practice at the range.
Now you might be wondering whether a revolver or a semiautomatic pistol is better for you. Let me tell you right now that for home defense you're going to want to go with the semi auto. Revolvers have very limited ammo capacity, usually 6 or 7 rounds at most, and they're a pain to reload in a tense situation. Some interlopers will say that revolvers are inherently more reliable, but that's not necessarily true. They often have many more parts inside than semiautomatic pistols, and when something goes wrong it can be very hard to fix it quickly. If a semiautomatic pistol jams, you can usually fix it in seconds.
When it comes to ammo choice, 9mm is what you want for self-defense. Ignore anyone who pushes other cartridges on you because of "more stopping power" or "more knockdown power" or whatever. It's nonsense. Larger calibers like .40 and .45 have largely fallen by the wayside in professional/police use in favor of 9mm, since 9mm gives you more ammo capacity while still maintaining adequate power to effectively stop someone.
When buying handgun ammo, you'll notice two main types: FMJ and JHP. FMJ stands for Full Metal Jacket and it's primarily intended for range use. JHP stands for Jacketed Hollow Point and it's what you want for defensive use. If you've heard things about hollow point ammo being designed to cause bigger wounds, forget that. JHP ammo is designed to open up like a flower when it hits a soft target like a person. The reason for that is to prevent it from continuing through them and hitting something/someone you didn't mean to hit.
Below are some good handgun choices for home defense. To narrow it down, either do your own research or rent them at a shooting range to see how they feel. At the very least, handle one in person at a gun store to see if it feels good in your hand.

"How do I buy a gun?"

The purchase of firearms is regulated federally in the US, and some states have extra steps. First I will cover the general process that applies in all states.
Buying a gun at a store
Alright, imagine you've been browsing your local gun store or pawn shop and you found a gun you want based on everything you've read in this guide. You ask how much it is and you're satisfied with the price, so you tell the clerk you want it. Here's how it will go down.
The clerk will hand you a paper form, ATF form 4473 (PDF). Some shops nowadays have digital forms but it's the same information you'll be putting in, so don't stress. It's stuff like your full name, DOB, place of birth, height, weight, etc. and then a series of questions. The questions have checkboxes for "yes" or "no", and they ask about the things that could disqualify you from owning a gun, like whether you're a felon, a fugitive from justice, an unlawful drug user, and more. Read the questions carefully and answer truthfully--there are no hidden tricks here.
Anyway you finish filling out the form, and now the clerk will run your background check via the National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS). They'll do it either via computer or phone, and there are three possible results. Proceed, deny, or delay. As long as you aren't some kind of serious criminal or something you'll probably pass, although there's a chance you can get a "delay". This is basically when the FBI for whatever reason needs a little more time to research you. You aren't in trouble. It's triggered by minor things, like having information similar to that of someone who they know can't have a gun. My first background check was a delay and every one since then has been an instant pass. As of late, NICS has been swamped and they've been giving out delays at a higher rate than normal.
The background check can take anywhere from seconds to 15 minutes or so, but once you pass they'll bring you to the register where they'll ring up your gun. You'll pay for it like you would anything else--credit, cash, whatever. You can then leave and you're done. The gun is yours and you don't need to do anything else.
Buying a gun online
It's possible the gun you want is sold out in your local area, so you decide to buy it online. No problem, this is actually easy. Find it in stock on a site that sells guns, add it to your cart, and check out. You'll often see something during checkout about selecting an "FFL". That stands for Federal Firearms License, and it's the license gun stores have to do business. They're the only ones allowed to receive that gun you bought in the mail, and they have to do a background check on you when you go to pick it up. This is referred to as a "transfer".
The site may have an "FFL finder" or something like that, where you can put in your location and find FFLs/dealers near you who can do the transfer for you. If not, you'll probably need to contact a gun store/dealer in your area to send a copy of their license to the company you bought from. Either way, you should contact the FFL you want it sent to to confirm that they will do the transfer for you. When in doubt, call the company you bought the gun from and ask how to proceed.
Once your gun arrives at the FFL of your choosing, they should call you and you'll come in. At that point the process is the same as the one above, where you'll fill out the form and get a background check done. Only difference is you won't pay for the gun at the register, since you already paid for it online. Instead you'll pay a transfer fee at the register, typically around $30 to $40.

Things to know when buying guns: Federal Level

The following rules exist on the federal level, and so they apply to all states. A minority of states have stricter requirements though.
  • You can only receive a handgun in your state of residence. So say you live in Maryland but you visit a gun store across the border in Virginia that has a pistol you want. They can't give it to you there, since it's not your state of residence. They can still sell it to you, but it would need to be shipped to an FFL in your state of residence (Maryland) for a transfer (as described above).
  • You have to be at least 18 to buy a rifle or shotgun, and at least 21 to buy a handgun from a dealer. Again, some states have stricter rules and may require you to be 21 to buy any gun at all.
  • Federal law allows private sales of firearms, provided the buyer and seller are both residents of the same state. What this basically means it that your friend Bob can sell you his gun and you won't have to go to an FFL/dealegun store (same thing) or do a background check, as long as both you and Bob are residents of the same state.
  • There is no federal gun registration, save for a few uncommon, special types of firearms. You would know it if you were buying those special ones since they have year-long wait times and expensive taxes, so don't worry. More on that here if you're interested.

Things to know when buying guns: State Level

Most states don't have their own unique gun laws--they follow the federal ones and that's it. There are exceptions to this though. Some states require you to be run through a state background check system in addition to the federal one. These are called "point of contact" states. Don't worry too much about them; it's mostly the same criminal stuff they're looking for.
Here is a good summary of gun laws by state. If you live in one of the few states that require some sort of permit to purchase a firearm, you will need to get that before you can proceed.

What to do after you buy a gun

After you have a gun in your possession, your next steps can be summarized as "making sure you have what you need". This refers to both physical supplies and your own skills.
Supplies
It should go without saying, but make sure you have ammo. Buy FMJ ammo to train with, and some JHP ammo for defensive purposes. Quality JHP isn't cheap, but FMJ is, so that's the reason for the distinction here. Make sure the defensive ammo functions well in your firearm--the only way to do this is to shoot a bit of it. If it doesn't give you any problems, it's fairly safe to say that you can depend on defensive ammo from that manufacturer. As for ammo choice, most new manufacture ammo is fine. Avoid Freedom Munitions, Frontier, and anything advertised as being "remanufactured" or "reloaded". This is ammo built from previously used components and the low standards with which it's been made have frequently resulted in destroyed firearms.
Next you need some hearing protection, AKA "earpro". Guns are extremely loud and will cause permanent hearing damage. Hearing damage is cumulative, meaning it adds up over time, and you can't get it back. Wearing earpro doesn't make you a wimp; it just means you care about your health.
You can get earpro all over...sporting goods stores, gun stores, you name it. I personally prefer the big muffs that look like headphones, and you'll probably want those if you plan to shoot at an indoor range, since the loud noise is confined in the room you're in. Some people at indoor ranges wear earplugs underneath the muffs, so do that if you need to. Bottom line is that if you feel any pain in your ear(s) when shooting, take a break to readjust your earpro.
Third, pick up some basic maintenance supplies, like a simple cleaning kit and some gun lubricant. You don't need to spend a whole lot--don't get suckered into buying a $100 kit and fancy lubes that promise to do it all. Modern guns don't need a whole lot in the way of maintenance. Last time I lubricated my M16 was two months ago and I did it with motor oil. Of course, you probably want to take care of a self-defense firearm a little more closely, but the point is that you aren't going to hurt/damage it.
Lastly, consider getting a light to mount on your gun. This can help you to identify a potential target in the dark to determine whether it's a threat. Don't bother with lasers that mount to the gun; they're a waste of time and money.
Practice/training
You need to get at least some time in on the range with your new gun. Learn how to use it until it comes natural. Don't be discouraged if you struggle to land hits on your target. With practice you'll become proficient.
There are a lot of short training classes out there and I'd highly recommend that you take one. Don't be intimidated; plenty of them are geared toward beginners just like you. Regardless of your opinion of the NRA, they offer a lot of good basic training classes for all types of firearms, and you do not need to be a member to participate. You can find more information here.

Closing remarks

Remember that safety needs to come first no matter what. Your firearm is a powerful tool, and it needs to be treated accordingly. Ensure that it's stored away from where children or other "unauthorized" users might get hold of it. When you buy your gun it will most likely come with a simple gun lock, and you should consider using it.
Also remember "the four rules". These rules should be followed at all times when handling guns, and while it may take some getting used to, they will come naturally before you know it.
1. Treat all guns as if they are loaded.
2. Never let the muzzle cover anything you are not willing to destroy.
3. Keep your finger off the trigger until your sights are on the target.
4. Be sure of your target and what is beyond it.
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