So I recently made the jump to Windows 10, and thankfully, most emulation seems to still work. Two things appear to be off, though. Daemon Tools doesn't seem to be able to mount SCSI / IDE drives, which Magic Engine requires for CD games. Also, SSF appears to be having trouble recognizing Xbox One controllers. Does anyone know of any solutions to either of these issues?
Herr Braun is perhaps the world's leading expert in laser weaponry, and his presence in the Kavango means that the Soviet bloc is planning some sort of laser mission.
Ah, finally figured it out. Thanks! I also found a work around for SSF using my Saturn pad and a Mayflash USB adapter.
In case anyone else comes across this post, here's how you play ISOs with Ootake, taken from Emuparadise forums:
"This is the way I run PC Engine CD games using Ootake:
1. Open Daemon Tools Lite and mount the .cue file of the game 2. Open Ootake and click "Hu_CARD" Game 3. Select the Super CD-ROM2 System V3.00 (J) bios 4. Start playing by pressing the run button
Make sure the Ootake CD-ROM drive matches the Daemon Tools Lite drive on your computer. ex - Daemon Tools Lite is listed as my F: drive. To see if Ootake is also setup as the F: drive, open the emulator and click CD-ROM from to toolbar
Things to download: Daemon Tools Lite, Ootake, Super CD-ROM2 System V3.00 (J), Games"
It's worth noting that the MESS project and MAME are now one and the same thing; MAME now runs all the MESS drivers. Among other things, MAME already emulates the arcade variant of the Saturn hardware, the Sega ST-V, so it shouldn't be that much of a stretch for it to (at least partially) emulate the home version of the console. Granted, that wouldn't solve the speed problems, but it'd get us places in terms of accuracy.