Lost Atari Jaguar Game Speedster II Dumped

A prototype for an unreleased Atari Jaguar game called Speedster II was just posted online.  It looks terrible…but as always, I’m fascinated whenever I see a glimpse of a game that “never was”.  The video above shows it in action and Gaming Alexandria tell more of the story: More Info & Download:  https://www.gamingalexandria.com/wp/2022/01/speedster-jag/ While this […]

RetroUSB AVS Firmware v1.50

Brian from RetroUSB has just released firmware v1.50 for the FPGA-based NES console called the AVS.  This is essentially the same exact firmware he posted over a year ago that allows the ability to load custom palettes, but with the Game Genie error fixed.  Unfortunately, AVS units are severly affected by the global part shortage […]

LCD-Based Sony PVM Tested: NOT FOR GAMING

I was recently a guest on the Cathode Ray Podcast, where we tested an LCD PVM “live”.  Unfortunately, they’re expensive, extremely laggy, only support 15KHz (so no 480p) and the LCD’s dark-to-bright speed is so slow, it should be used on Wikipedia as THE example of motion blur.  Basically, if you get one for free, […]

Weekly Roundup #288

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 […]

Hori Retro Stick: Opinions Wanted

Controller manufacturer Hori is looking for suggestions on a potential new arcade stick they’ll be selling.  We in the retro gaming community often ask for our voices to be heard and now a company is asking us directly!  Let’s take the time to send them our feedback before the January 31st deadline and I’ll post […]

Retro Game Soundtracks Are Getting Restored

A YouTube user named The Brickster has recently uploaded a full remastering of the soundtrack to Pokemon HeartGold & SoulSilver on to YouTube. This remaster came from a user named Kurausukun with The Brickster having permission to host the remaster on his channel. This soundtrack remastering is different to most of the work present on […]

MiSTer Updates – PC8801 Core, PSX RAM requirements and more

PC8801 Computer Core A computer core for the Japanese PC8801 computer by NEC has recently been released. This was one of Japan’s most popular computers that had a lot of game developer support from companies such as Sega, Enix, Square, Konami and many more. MiSTerFPGA update: https://misterfpga.org/viewtopic.php?p=41052#p41052 Github: https://github.com/MiSTer-devel/PC88_MiSTer Using Original Game Boxes to Load […]

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