>>4602421>And I'm very sensitive to how the controls respond in those three games.
Evidently not since everything you say is wrong.>buying a system for like 150 or however they go for that can do PS1 very well is a better way to spend money than buying a 200 flash cart or a shitty chink clone
It's an illogical investment when said system has too much input delay and poor compatibility, which are points you persistently ignore.
I also never advised you or anyone else to drop $200 on an Everdrive. Krikzz will never see one red cent of my money. As I've been saying all along: cheaper Flash cart brands are mostly fine. Your $150 emulation machine has less compatibility than even the shittiest Flash carts.
And again, feel free to waste your money on whatever you want. I can't really understand why you need to justify your purchases to me, but your persistence tells me you're trying to shill the device in OP's post.