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  1. Actually, after further examination, all the games I've been testing have issues. Some were just more obvious than others. For instance, Turtles IV and Castlevania IV will not let you use B&Y (A&B on the NES pad) when you're moving with the D-Pad. On Super Adventure Island, it's the opposite. Some space shooting games just fire constantly. Another video I watched about this recently mentioned that lots of games won't work with the NES controller (he wasn't talking about mapping issues), but he had better luck with earlier SNES games.
  2. There definitely is some differences in how each SNES game works with the controller. For instance, if you have a wired adapter to let you use NES controllers on the SNES, some games work correctly, and some display a wide variety of odd behavior with the NES controller. Please note, I am NOT talking about the button mapping. Using only games that work with B & Y (What A & B map to when you use these wired adapters) you will still find games that work 100%, and other that have major issues. If the SNES console itself was handling 100% of the polling, my feeling is the result would be standard on a NES controller playing a SNES game. This is not the case, so the something must be different from game to game in regards to how it works with the controller.
  3. Not to mention having 6 buttons instead of 1.
  4. Interesting. It's a big change from the Atari way of doing things. Atari Joysticks didn't use shift registers. Lots of behind the scene changes then to make JOY work with a Nintendo controller.
  5. Interesting choice on the SNES port. IIRC, SNES games poll the shift register in the controller several times per second to get the state of the D-Pad and the buttons. The NES worked the same way. The programmers of NES\SNES games actually had to put this code in their games, as the console does nothing in this regard. So, will we have to poll the shift register as well in our code, or will this be handled automatically and invisibly with the JOY command?
  6. Why use BASIC 2? It's horrible, without any commands for graphics, sound, or the joystick. Was BASIC 7 more money to license?
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