After a year and a half of development published release RetroArch 1.10.0, an add-on for emulating various game consoles, allowing you to run classic games using a simple, unified graphical interface. The use of console emulators such as Atari 2600/7800/Jaguar/Lynx, Game Boy, Mega Drive, NES, Nintendo 64/DS, PCEngine, PSP, Sega 32X/CD, SuperNES, etc. is supported. Gamepads from existing game consoles can be used, including the Playstation 3, Dualshock 3, 8bitdo, XBox 1 and XBox360, as well as general purpose gamepads such as the Logitech F710. The emulator supports advanced features such as multiplayer games, state saving, image enhancement of older games with shaders, game rewind, hot plugging of game pads, and video streaming.
V new version:
- Support for high dynamic range (HDR, High Dynamic Range) has been implemented for Vulkan and Slang shaders.
- Improved network game support (netplay): Completely redesigned code to support uPnP. The implementation of relay-servers has been brought to a working state and the possibility of deploying your own relays has been provided. Added text chat. In the Lobby Viewer interface, rooms are divided for playing via the Internet and a local network.
- The XMB menu has an effect to hide menu items near the bottom and top of the screen. In the settings “Settings -> User Interface -> Appearance” you can change the intensity of the vertical fading.
- Significantly improved Retroarch experience on the UWP/Xbox platform.
- Jaxe, A5200 and WASM4 plug-ins (for games on WebAssembly) have been added to the Nintendo 3DS console emulator.
- Improved support for Wayland: implemented the ability to use the mouse wheel and added the libdecor library for decorating windows on the client side.