Bob

Jaguar GameDrive Firmware v1.13

James from RetroHQ has recently released a new firmware for the JagGD ROM cart.  This update adds compatibility for VidGrid & World Tour Racing – Two Jaguar CD games that previously wouldn’t work.  It also adds memory track support and fixes instability errors with developers using PC uploads.  Most users can get this firmware by entering the GameDrive’s […]

Bob

Saturn, N64 & Dreamcast Widescreen Games

Joe from Game Sack recently released a video that showcases every single game with a widescreen mode on the Sega Saturn, Nintendo 64 and Dreamcast.  This is a follow up to his awesome video about PlayStation widescreen games and I found it to be equally as helpful.  If you play any of the games that […]

Bob

Weekly Roundup #408

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:  https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/retrorgb If you enjoy these videos, please consider supporting this channel via monthly support services, tips, or even just by using our affiliate links to purchase things you were already going to buy […]

Bob

JAGAIOA Plus Back In Stock

The JagAIOA Plus is now back in stock at Stone Age Gamer.  This device offers RGB, S-Video, Composite Video, Audio and network support, all in one adapter;  It’s essentially the most fully-loaded adapter made for the Atari Jaguar!  The price is $75 plus shipping and it ships right away. JAGAIOA Plus:  https://retrorgb.link/jagaioaplus Genesis 2-compatible cables:  https://www.retrorgb.com/genesisrgbcables.html If you’re […]

Bob

Analogue Pocket Back In Stock May 10th

Analogue has just announced their FPGA-based handheld console will be back in stock this Friday the 10th at 11AM NYC time.  The pocket, Dock and Pocket-to-Pocket Link Cable will all be re-stocked at that time and should ship within a few days.  Lots of other accessories, including the cartridge adapters are still in stock from […]

Bob

Using XCAT To Preserve Lost Xbox Software

A few weeks ago, we talked about the Xbox Content Archive Tool (XCAT) – Software that can scan your Xbox’s hard drive for unarchived DLC, dashboard skins, Xbox Live MOTD files, and game mods, then upload only unknown files to the XCAT team for processing.  This is a massively important tool for preservation and something […]

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MiSTerFPGA News – MiSTer Clone, New Arcade Cores, Neo Geo Pocket & More

DE10 Nano Clone Taki Udon posted a video about a DE10 Nano clone that supposed to be 100% compatible with the MiSTer FPGA project. No porting necessary. The video shows the system running the PSX, Saturn and N64 cores among others. Pricing is set to be at $99. Post : https://twitter.com/TakiUdon_/status/1784880189367103642?t=pkg1-G-2672mJfVJxj-dJw&s=19 Video : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8RSrzM7dM-Y Pricing : https://twitter.com/TakiUdon_/status/1785099664087519402?t=SIg9d20Psq0Z8VvBHWnNFQ&s=19 Post […]

Bob

SNES Multi-Out Breakout Box

Electron Shepherd has just started selling a “breakout box” for Super Nintendo and Super Famicom consoles, called the NMB (Nintendo Multi-out Breakout).  This version supplies Composite Video, S-Video and RCA audio, as well as a standard SNES multi-out.  All outputs are safe to use simultaneously and this version should be compatible with NTSC and PAL consoles.  […]

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Building the Ultimate PSP

There are two fantastic mods for the 1000 series PSP console from the folks over at HiSpeedIdo (Hi-Speed-I-Do).  One is an IPS screen replacement kit and other other is an HDMI video-out mod.  Together with these installed into a PSP 1000, I think we can build the ultimate PSP, well maybe.  Now I’ve actually covered […]