My Life in Gaming creators Coury Carlson and Marc Duddleson have released a new video that discusses first-party controller designs from the fifth and sixth generation of home consoles (1993-2006). My Life in Gaming is a YouTube channel known for producing high-quality content that explores topics ranging from maximizing the fidelity of your retro gaming experience, to […]
My Life in Gaming (MLiG) has released a wonderful documentary on the Japanese developer M2. The channel interviews key members of the company as well as others in the field of emulation. Giving both a historical take on the companies beginnings and bodies of work, as well as M2’s recent projects and future plans. This […]
It’s been a few years since the release of the PlayStation SD device called the PSIO. As with any new product, it had some bugs at first, but consistent firmware updates now allow it to perform very nicely. Recent reviews from Voultar and My Life In Gaming showcased the device again and now that the “new” […]
MLiG just posted an excellent video that walks people through each of the major GCVideo options available today. In my opinion, this video perfectly showcases the status of the project and provides all the info people would need to chose the GCVideo solution that’s right for them!
I joined the My Life in Gaming weekly stream to talk all things MiSTer. We set a new record for viewers on the channel, with almost 550 people tuning in for the FPGA chat at one point.
My Life In Gaming just posted an absolutely excellent overview of Castlevania Symphony of the Night and Rondo of Blood, how the originals compare to each officially released version and how all compare to the new re-release of both as “Castlevania Requiem” on the PS4. Unfortunately, while some of the 3D graphics looked amazing rendered in […]