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4K Gamer Pro Review: Sharp-Scale 1080p to 4K

The 4K Gamer Pro is a device that sharp-scales 1080p to 4K, using their custom scaling technique (not nearest-neighbor).  It’s basically the opposite of an mCable, as it’s sharp-scaling instead of soft-scaling…but unlike the mCable, this outputs 4K60.  Check out the video for a full analysis and some screenshots below! 4K Gamer Pro Kickstarter:  https://bit.ly/3P3lkCr […]

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MiSTer’s PSX Core 16:9 Mode Explained

Now that FPGAzumSpass’s PlayStation 1 FPGA core is out to the public, I wanted to highlight one of the coolest features available for flat-panel gamers:  True widescreen 16:9 support.  There’s been a bit of confusion about this, as certain menu screens (including the PSX BIOS screen) and logos stretch when this mode is enabled, leading […]

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Weekly Roundup #305

Here’s this week’s roundup, sponsored by JLCPCB! Spend only $2 for 5pcs 1-4 layer PCBs ; PCBA from $0:  https://jlcpcb.com/DRE The Roundup is available as a video and on all audio-only podcast services, such as iTunes, Google, Stitcher, Spotify, Amazon Music and direct-download: If you enjoy these videos, please consider supporting this channel via monthly […]

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Virtual Boy Multiplayer Games Demo’d

Elrinth has recently released a video demoing a few of the Virtual Boy’s homebrew, two-player, link cable games.  The Virtual Boy never had any official two-player titles, however there was a link port available on the hardware and romhackers found a two-player mode hidden in Mario Tennis’ code.  Since then, members of the homebrew community […]