Another update for CP78s “All Hits No Shit” loaded Attract mode image for the PC -Its update V1.16 -and its a beauty! We got 15 extra Commodore Amiga games added to the last update taking the total to 50, an extra 6 PS2 Games taking the total to 36 games (this was a user request!), 7 more Dreamcast games have been added (total 47) – again a user request – 2 more Windows games (total 31 now!), 10 Sony PSP games added (total now 60!) – theres new Bezels for 13 systems, some fixes (including Monkey Island (Amiga) fix!), and the new CEMU. As always you will need ALL THE PREVIOUS UPDATES and follow the install instructions (after the video).
CP78 1.16 Patch Notes
Requires CP78 patches up to 1.15
Download and extract to install directory
Extract the file CP78 1.16 missing PS2 Videos.7z and add to root of i
2) Play and enjoy
Once you have copied over the files make sure that the mlc folder is pointing to I:\CP78 Front End\Roms\Nintendo Wii U\mlc01\
To change controls, open up Cemu and select input settings. You can change the controls there
PCSX2 Game Configs
I have updated my Game Configs to play games with improved graphics, please note that lower end PC’s may struggle with these settings. If so, revert to original settings.
Back up any Game Configs located here: I:\CP78 Front End\emulators\PCSX2\Game Configs and make sure the folder is empty
Download my Game Configs from here
Copy them into the Game Configs located here: I:\CP78 Front End\emulators\PCSX2\Game Configs
Open Up RLUI and navigate to Playstation 2/ Modules and select Edit Global Module Settings. Then Select AutoCreateINISDir and change it true. As per screenshot (below)
Note that if you have issues with my configs delete and reinstate you original ones from the back up made in step 1. Or turn AutoCreateINISDir (See screenshot below) to false.
|RELEASE NAME:||All Hits No Shit Front End CP78 1.16 update- CP78|
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