MakeMHz Xbox HDMI Status Update

Dustin from MakeMHz has just posted another status update regarding the Xbox HDMI project: If you’re planning on installing the kit, or are running into any trouble, I’d strongly recommend reading the entire post.  A basic summary is that most people’s installs seem to be going well, but they’ve identified a few motherboard revisions with potential […]

Weekly Roundup #234

Here’s this week’s roundup!  An audio-only version, is available on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, Spotify and for direct-download: Video available on YouTube (above), LBRY and Bitchute:  Please consider signing up as a supporter!  Either hit Join, tip or pledge on this video, or sign up through the following services:  /   T-Shirts: All equipment […]

SNES Legacy 16 wireless controller by Retro-bit

Castlemania Games is now accepting pre-orders for Retro-bit‘s latest addition to the Legacy16 line of products, a SNES-styled wireless controller. Earlier this year, Retro-bit unveiled a USB-only bare-bones wired version of the Legacy16. With the newer model, a slew of features were introduced placing the Legacy16 wireless more in line with the typical Switch-compatible retro-style […]

EZ Flash Omega ‘Definitive Edition’

It looks like an updated version of the EZ Flash rom cart for the Game Boy Advanced may soon be released, for around $100: One of the most interesting new features, is the dual-use mode;  When the cart is switched to single use mode, it’ll act like an original GBA cart.  This will allow use […]

Interview With PC98_Audi

Here’s an interview/conversation with Audi Sorlie – Writer, video game music historian and occasional DF Retro collaborator.  I had exchanged a few messages with Audi over the past year and was really looking forward to this chat to get to know him a bit better.  He has a storied history in the video game world […]

PAL N64 S-Video Fix Progress

Jan from Consoles4U is developing a fix for the few PAL N64’s that don’t output S-Video.  One more component needs to be identified, then a fix can be documented that still requires a modification…but one that’s far easier than the “advanced” RGB mod’s that would be required on the incompatible revisions.  Here’s more info: The […]

PS1Digital Firmware v1.3.2

Christof has recently released a new firmware for the PS1Digital, that allows you to adjust the horizontal and vertical alignment of the video output.  In most cases, the auto-detection of resolutions should be fine and there’s no need for any manual adjustment.  While Christof will continue to tweak the code to clear up the remaining […]

New Bahamut Lagoon Translation Enters Open Beta

Bahamut Lagoon, a Squaresoft RPG released late in the life of the SNES, has just received a new fan translation in anticipation of its twenty-fifth anniversary. Released for the Japanese market in February 1996—well after the launch of the first Playstation—Bahamut Lagoon was never officially localized for the international market but has none the less garnered […]

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