I know it’s difficult to gauge how many and how frequently people use it, and I also know that it mostly gets rave reviews both from websites and end users, but based on social network and forum activity as well as ‘real life’ conversations, I have the impression that it doesn’t buzz as much as it deserves, specially considering how popular retro games are these days, and the fact that it astonishingly runs on every imaginable platform and OS. But maybe/hopefully my world is small and not representative of what’s going on out there, and said impression is incorrect.
Retroarch is a monumental achievement and one of the most important things that ever happened to emulation as a whole. It has a bit of a learning curve of course and is not exactly plug’n play until one learns its language and gets used to its intrincacies (a small price to pay for all the brilliant stuff that it brings to the table), but it should be all-over nonetheless.
So to make a long story short: are you happy about the ubiquity of your wondrous creation or do you, like me, feel that it’s still in line for more attention, praise and usage?