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    Lots of community activity regarding the Anbernic RG351P/M at the moment. There's a new version of the main EmuELEC OS, as well as a new version of ArkOS.

    And a new package has now been added that you can link into RetroArch that allows all RPGMaker games to run perfectly.. not everyone is bothered by fan made RPGs but there have been some very nice SNES era style RPGs created and commercially released using it. This setup let's you take the files directly from PC Steam installed RPGMaker based game installs to add them in. There is a complete guide to setting this up on Youtube by Retro Corps.

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    I have a huge amount of the RPGMaker stuff, and I wanted to implement it to my RG350M, but the RetroArch core still had some problems to run it.

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    There was a recent new beta of OpenDingux released for the 350 so might be worth taking a look at that.

    But remember the 350 hardware is quite a bit behind the 351 which might be an issue running the emulator. Plus they run different OSs too. The 350 runs OpenDingux and the 351 runs EmuElec as standard but also has other available including ArkOS. So I think EmuElec combined with double the ram and a faster quad core cpu makes a big difference.

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