I built a dedicated emu pc a few years back, basically configured it as as console, disabled all updates, disconnected it from the internet and put mouse/keyboard in a drawer. Did some upgrades today (which included an R7 260x) to take advantage of the (for me) new switchres feature; reinstalled windows to get a fresh start. I then installed the newest Retroarch, where I wasn’t able to find bsnes mercury accuracy, the core I used to relay on snes.
Is this a temporary thing connected to the recent hacking incident? (which I also learned about just now… pisses me off, will donate to support the community in response.) Or have all the forks been combined into a single core now?
And also, is bsnes accuracy still the most accurate core? I have a ridiculous CPU for a dedicated emu pc, espescially one running games in 240p and such, so don’t care about performance hits, just want the best experience possible.