Display VMU screens ingame!
NOTE: This feature currently works properly in Reicast Libretro non-OIT. Reicast Libretro OIT will require some more work before this feature will start rendering properly.
Thanks to RetroSven, here is another major new feature!
It is now possible to display the VMU screen ingame! You can also specify the exact positioning of each VMU, whether it should be positioned at the top left, top right, bottom left, or bottom right corner of the screen. You can also specify the opacity of each screen and the exact size of the screen. You can display all 4 attached VMU screens at the same time onscreen!
For those that don’t know, the VMU was the Dreamcast’s memory card which also could be used as a standalone device. It was powered by a ring battery, had a D-pad and some face buttons, and it was even possible to play some minigames on the VMU.Games could download VMU minigames onto the system and you could then play these minigames when used as a standalone device.
Samurai Shodown VI (NAOMI) renders properly now with Extra Depth Scaling option!
Reicast Libretro now has a new feature – Extra Depth Scaling. By enabling this, the graphics in Samurai Shodown VI (Naomi arcade game) will render properly.
Note that even with this enabled, Reicast OIT Libretro will currently have some display bugs that the non-OIT core won’t have. Hopefully the two can become just as good later on.