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  1. Are you sure the ribbon is in as far as it can go? What power supply are you using? Is the HAT properly pushed onto the pins?
  2. If anyone gets stuck building and setting theirs up I'll help where I can.
  3. https://learn.pimoroni.com/tutorial/sandyj/assembling-your-picade Here's a link to the build guide.
  4. No, as you're bound to run into problems that way.
  5. The stick seems fine, although I don't have anything to reference it against. It's not that easy to get the Pi out as it's screwed to the base of the Picade and wired into all the buttons. It's not easy to get to the HDMI socket either once it's built. If you could get it plugged into the TV easily it still wouldn't be ideal as it would be set up for the stick and buttons, as well as the screen resolution of panel. So you'd have to reconfigure everything each time.
  6. The screen is the same size on that model as the old one. They redesigned it to make the cabinet more compact. They do a 10" screen variant as well now though, which essentially completely removes the bezels. It will move around if you're yanking the joystick.
  7. I used stock Retropie then ran the Picade's own setup program which gets all the buttons, etc, working.
  8. Yeah controls feel nice. Took a long time to build and get setup without issue, but that's part of the fun.
  9. It depends which emulator you're using. https://github.com/RetroPie/RetroPie-Setup/wiki/MAME
  10. Blu3Flame

    Nintendo Switch

    It was lowered to £15 years ago.

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