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Monster Hunter Portable 3rd (モンスターハンターポータブル3rd) is the 3rd Generation installment in the Monster Hunter Portable series (known as Freedom internationally) for the PSP. MHP3rd was released in Japan on December 1st, 2010. In this version of Monster Hunter, the producers focused heavily on graphical details on maps and monsters, along with keeping a high quality production value throughout development. Unlike the previous games in the Portable series, MHP3rd was never localized and remains a Japanese exclusive.




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General discussion relating to using RetroPie and gaming. 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Because in keyboard mode is only one player input configuration is possible (but Keyboard mode functioning under PPSSPP awesome). I know under Retroarch I have a possibility to configure a second player input too.\n\nYes, you can configure a 2nd player for a keyboard device, but that can't be done from EmulationStation and you'll need to edit the configuration files (retroarch.cfg). RetroArch expects mostly a gamepad since it started as a console oriented front-end emulator.\n\nI don't really understood configuring inputs under Emulationstation , is this for the standalone emulators or just for the controlling / steering the Emulationstation. Retroarch is for the Libretro emulators input configuration ( I hope this is right ?)\n\nConfiguring the inputs in EmulationStation will auto-configure them also for RetroArch and a few other standalone emulators (Mupen64Plus/Daphne/OpenMSX). Any libretro based core should have a configuration ready once you've done it in EmulationStation.\nThis is getting off-topic here, if you have some more input related questions, I suggest starting a separate topic and reference your posts from here.\n","timestampISO":"2022-04-06T15:51:15.916Z","user":"uid":11426,"username":"mitu","userslug":"mitu","picture":"/forum/assets/uploads/profile/11426-profileavatar.png","displayname":"mitu","icon:text":"M","icon:bgColor":"#607d8b","index":19,"isOwner":false,"ignored":false,"unread":true,"bookmark":1,"unreplied":false,"icons":[],"cid":8,"lastposttime":1635947238545,"mainPid":245527,"postcount":6,"slug":"28858/pi-400-gpu-overclocking-does-this-look-right","tid":28858,"timestamp":1608124258037,"title":"Pi 400 GPU overclocking - does this look right?","uid":12345,"viewcount":2252,"postercount":4,"teaserPid":268486,"tags":["value":"pi 400","valueEscaped":"pi 400","valueEncoded":"pi%20400","class":"pi-400","value":"gpu","valueEscaped":"gpu","valueEncoded":"gpu","class":"gpu","value":"overclocking","valueEscaped":"overclocking","valueEncoded":"overclocking","class":"overclocking","value":"dreamcast","valueEscaped":"dreamcast","valueEncoded":"dreamcast","class":"dreamcast"],"deleted":0,"locked":0,"pinned":0,"pinExpiry":0,"upvotes":0,"downvotes":0,"deleterUid":0,"titleRaw":"Pi 400 GPU overclocking - does this look right?","timestampISO":"2020-12-16T13:10:58.037Z","scheduled":false,"lastposttimeISO":"2021-11-03T13:47:18.545Z","pinExpiryISO":"","votes":0,"thumbs":[],"category":"cid":8,"name":"Help and Support","slug":"8/help-and-support","icon":"fa-support","backgroundImage":"","imageClass":"cover","bgColor":"#cc0000","color":"#ffffff","disabled":0,"user":"uid":12345,"username":"SteffenBrauner","userslug":"steffenbrauner","reputation":2,"postcount":34,"picture":"/forum/assets/uploads/profile/12345-profileavatar.jpeg","signature":null,"banned":false,"status":"offline","displayname":"SteffenBrauner","icon:text":"S","icon:bgColor":"#009688","banned_until_readable":"Not Banned","teaser":"pid":268486,"uid":11426,"timestamp":1635947238545,"tid":28858,"content":"@webbsmurfen On the PI4, the GPU core freq is 500, not 700. You're confusing it with other value. See _txt.html#overclocking\n","timestampISO":"2021-11-03T13:47:18.545Z","user":"uid":11426,"username":"mitu","userslug":"mitu","picture":"/forum/assets/uploads/profile/11426-profileavatar.png","displayname":"mitu","icon:text":"M","icon:bgColor":"#607d8b","index":6,"isOwner":false,"ignored":false,"unread":true,"bookmark":1,"unreplied":false,"icons":[],"cid":8,"lastposttime":1626660089427,"mainPid":263245,"postcount":2,"slug":"30980/rpi4-dual-screen-with-touchscreen","tid":30980,"timestamp":1626539928122,"title":"RPi4 dual screen with touchscreen","uid":39694,"viewcount":337,"postercount":2,"teaserPid":263319,"tags":["value":"touchscreen","valueEscaped":"touchscreen","valueEncoded":"touchscreen","class":"touchscreen","value":"dual screen","valueEscaped":"dual screen","valueEncoded":"dual%20screen","class":"dual-screen","value":"waveshare","valueEscaped":"waveshare","valueEncoded":"waveshare","class":"waveshare","value":"pi 4b","valueEscaped":"pi 4b","valueEncoded":"pi%204b","class":"pi-4b"],"deleted":0,"locked":0,"pinned":0,"pinExpiry":0,"upvotes":0,"downvotes":0,"deleterUid":0,"titleRaw":"RPi4 dual screen with touchscreen","timestampISO":"2021-07-17T16:38:48.122Z","scheduled":false,"lastposttimeISO":"2021-07-19T02:01:29.427Z","pinExpiryISO":"","votes":0,"thumbs":[],"category":"cid":8,"name":"Help and Support","slug":"8/help-and-support","icon":"fa-support","backgroundImage":"","imageClass":"cover","bgColor":"#cc0000","color":"#ffffff","disabled":0,"user":"uid":39694,"username":"DarkPaladin","userslug":"darkpaladin","reputation":0,"postcount":5,"picture":" =192&d=retro","signature":null,"banned":false,"status":"offline","displayname":"DarkPaladin","icon:text":"D","icon:bgColor":"#2196f3","banned_until_readable":"Not Banned","teaser":"pid":263319,"uid":11426,"timestamp":1626660089427,"tid":30980,"content":"@darkpaladin said in RPi4 dual screen with touchscreen:\n\nThe immediate issue I have is with the FKMS driver. The Waveshare touchscreen requires me to disable the FKMS driver and use its own configuration, especially since I want to rotate 90 degrees. But if I disable the FKMS driver, RetroPie runs into the SDL/EGL error and will not load the GUI.\n\nOn the PI4, disabling the (f)kms overlay/driver will result in an unsupported configuration, with any GPU drivers disabled. You won't be able to use RetroPie with it.\n\nIs there a different driver I should try loading, or do I need to submit a feature request and wait?\n\nNo, there isn't. Not sure why the Waveshare screen needs the standard Pi4 GPU drivers disabled - maybe because of rotation support ? In any case, using both screens will require X11/X.org running, at which point you may be able to rotate the display/screens using xrandr/arandr. It's not a supported configuration for RetroPie, but it may help you using both screens at the same tie.\n","timestampISO":"2021-07-19T02:01:29.427Z","user":"uid":11426,"username":"mitu","userslug":"mitu","picture":"/forum/assets/uploads/profile/11426-profileavatar.png","displayname":"mitu","icon:text":"M","icon:bgColor":"#607d8b","index":2,"isOwner":false,"ignored":false,"unread":true,"bookmark":1,"unreplied":false,"icons":[],"cid":8,"lastposttime":1659709296460,"mainPid":258676,"postcount":4,"slug":"30457/what-overclock-settings-are-you-using-on-your-pi-zero","tid":30457,"timestamp":1619969677331,"title":"What overclock settings are you using on your Pi Zero?","uid":38929,"viewcount":390,"postercount":3,"teaserPid":280350,"tags":["value":"overclocking","valueEscaped":"overclocking","valueEncoded":"overclocking","class":"overclocking"],"deleted":0,"locked":0,"pinned":0,"pinExpiry":0,"upvotes":0,"downvotes":0,"deleterUid":0,"titleRaw":"What overclock settings are you using on your Pi Zero?","timestampISO":"2021-05-02T15:34:37.331Z","scheduled":false,"lastposttimeISO":"2022-08-05T14:21:36.460Z","pinExpiryISO":"","votes":0,"thumbs":[],"category":"cid":8,"name":"Help and Support","slug":"8/help-and-support","icon":"fa-support","backgroundImage":"","imageClass":"cover","bgColor":"#cc0000","color":"#ffffff","disabled":0,"user":"uid":38929,"username":"CoffeeOwl88","userslug":"coffeeowl88","reputation":0,"postcount":2,"picture":"/forum/assets/uploads/profile/38929-profileavatar-1619969539609.png","signature":"","banned":false,"status":"offline","displayname":"CoffeeOwl88","icon:text":"C","icon:bgColor":"#33691e","banned_until_readable":"Not Banned","teaser":"pid":280350,"uid":43832,"timestamp":1659709296460,"tid":30457,"content":"@CoffeeOwl88 I know this is an old post, but I was also having the same issue.\nChanging the over_voltage to 2 is what solved it for me.\n","timestampISO":"2022-08-05T14:21:36.460Z","user":"uid":43832,"username":"tom526","userslug":"tom526","picture":" =192&d=retro","displayname":"tom526","icon:text":"T","icon:bgColor":"#673ab7","index":4,"isOwner":false,"ignored":false,"unread":true,"bookmark":1,"unreplied":false,"icons":[],"cid":8,"lastposttime":1626656398708,"mainPid":263125,"postcount":6,"slug":"30964/not-booting-until-usb-hub-is-plugged-out","tid":30964,"timestamp":1626351233346,"title":"Not Booting Until USB hub is plugged out","uid":33556,"viewcount":301,"postercount":2,"teaserPid":263308,"tags":["value":"usb boot","valueEscaped":"usb boot","valueEncoded":"usb%20boot","class":"usb-boot","value":"pi 4b","valueEscaped":"pi 4b","valueEncoded":"pi%204b","class":"pi-4b"],"deleted":0,"locked":0,"pinned":0,"pinExpiry":0,"upvotes":0,"downvotes":0,"deleterUid":0,"titleRaw":"Not Booting Until USB hub is plugged out","timestampISO":"2021-07-15T12:13:53.346Z","scheduled":false,"lastposttimeISO":"2021-07-19T00:59:58.708Z","pinExpiryISO":"","votes":0,"thumbs":[],"category":"cid":8,"name":"Help and Support","slug":"8/help-and-support","icon":"fa-support","backgroundImage":"","imageClass":"cover","bgColor":"#cc0000","color":"#ffffff","disabled":0,"user":"uid":33556,"username":"helloThere","userslug":"hellothere","reputation":6,"postcount":69,"picture":" =192&d=retro","signature":null,"banned":false,"status":"offline","displayname":"helloThere","icon:text":"H","icon:bgColor":"#f44336","banned_until_readable":"Not Banned","teaser":"pid":263308,"uid":33556,"timestamp":1626656398708,"tid":30964,"content":"@mitu Yeah I figured that after. I think I couldn't run any commands, so I plugged it out.\nI think I was testing to see if the hub worked on USB 2.0 a little bit before the error occured, so I've kept it in a USB 3.0 port. I've been testing for a while now and there don't seem to be any issues anymore. Hopefully, the problem won't come up again.\n","timestampISO":"2021-07-19T00:59:58.708Z","user":"uid":33556,"username":"helloThere","userslug":"hellothere","picture":" =192&d=retro","displayname":"helloThere","icon:text":"H","icon:bgColor":"#f44336","index":6,"isOwner":false,"ignored":false,"unread":true,"bookmark":1,"unreplied":false,"icons":[]],"unreplied":false,"icons":[],"privileges":"topics:reply":false,"topics:read":true,"topics:schedule":false,"topics:tag":false,"topics:delete":false,"posts:edit":false,"posts:history":false,"posts:delete":false,"posts:view_deleted":false,"read":true,"purge":false,"view_thread_tools":false,"editable":false,"deletable":false,"view_deleted":false,"view_scheduled":false,"isAdminOrMod":false,"disabled":0,"tid":"24999","uid":0,"topicStaleDays":60,"reputation:disabled":0,"downvote:disabled":0,"feeds:disableRSS":0,"signatures:hideDuplicates":0,"bookmarkThreshold":5,"necroThreshold":7,"postEditDuration":0,"postDeleteDuration":180,"scrollToMyPost":true,"updateUrlWithPostIndex":true,"allowMultipleBadges":false,"privateUploads":false,"showPostPreviewsOnHover":true,"rssFeedUrl":"/forum/topic/24999.rss","postIndex":49,"breadcrumbs":["text":"[[global:home]]","url":"/forum/","text":"General Discussion and Gaming","url":"/forum/category/2/general-discussion-and-gaming","cid":2,"text":"Getting the best PSP experience on a Pi 4"],"pagination":"rel":["rel":"next","href":" -the-best-psp-experience-on-a-pi-4?lang=en-US&page=2"],"pages":["page":1,"active":true,"qs":"lang=en-US&page=1","page":2,"active":false,"qs":"lang=en-US&page=2","page":3,"active":false,"qs":"lang=en-US&page=3"],"currentPage":1,"pageCount":3,"prev":"page":1,"active":false,"qs":"lang=en-US&page=1","next":"page":2,"active":true,"qs":"lang=en-US&page=2","first":"page":1,"active":true,"qs":"lang=en-US&page=1","last":"page":3,"active":false,"qs":"lang=en-US&page=3","loggedIn":false,"relative_path":"/forum","template":"name":"topic","topic":true,"url":"/forum/topic/24999/getting-the-best-psp-experience-on-a-pi-4/49","bodyClass":"page-topic page-topic-24999 page-topic-getting-the-best-psp-experience-on-a-pi-4 page-topic-category-2 page-topic-category-general-discussion-and-gaming parent-category-2 page-status-200 theme-persona user-guest","_header":"tags":"meta":["name":"viewport","content":"width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0","name":"content-type","content":"text/html; charset=UTF-8","noEscape":true,"name":"apple-mobile-web-app-capable","content":"yes","name":"mobile-web-app-capable","content":"yes","property":"og:site_name","content":"RetroPie Forum","name":"msapplication-badge","content":"frequency=30; polling-uri= ","noEscape":true,"name":"theme-color","content":"#ffffff","name":"keywords","content":"pi,raspberry,retrogaming,retro,emulation,games","name":"msapplication-square150x150logo","content":"/forum/assets/uploads/system/site-logo.png","noEscape":true,"name":"title","content":"Getting the best PSP experience on a Pi 4","name":"description","content":"I updated both last night both work, however lr-PPSSPP has developed a strange lag issue. 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