Ah, nice one, thanks a lot!
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I mean there are sound issues in some games, but personally I find Neo Geo games play really well on the MiSTer. If you aren't super familiar with the arcade hardware, you might not even notice the issue.Don't hope for too much with the Neo Geo core either - in its present condition it's no substitute for MAME, let alone MVS/AES hardware. Everything else I've tried is pretty much in "you can safely sell your old console now" territory, though. You'd find a Mister a huge step up from a Pi, easily.
I finally stopped being stubborn and did.It's well worth checking out as it is, I assure you - there's nothing that feels obviously 'unfinished' about it even at this stage. By contrast, the (final?) Neo Geo core is plagued with really noticeable sound issues across almost every game.
Robert's announced what this is, and all of the guesses were wrong: Playstation. Everyone was thrown off because of the other PSX project that stalled out, and assumed this would be a unique system. He's not going to be using any assets from that project, because it would be harder for him to troubleshoot other people's code.
This is the creator of the WonderSwan and the Splitscreen GBA cores, teasing what he's working on. This is an emulator running a demo of an unspecified system, but sleuths have cross referenced all the ports of the NICCC demo with MiSTer cores, which narrows the field considerably. It could be the GP32, PSP, or 3DO, but the resolution looks a little low compared to the PSP demo. Twitter replies are leaning to the 3DO, but my money's on the GP32 since the creator worked on two other handheld systems.