PS1 Digital – 1200p Mode Added

A new firmware update was just posted for the PS1 Digital that ads a 4:3 aspect ratio of 1600×1200 / 1200p.  This allows for even more control of the signal and is a great choice for people with 4K TV’s who prefer the sharpest image possible with 2D games.  The firmware update also allows for CEC […]

Weekly Roundup #247

Here’s this week’s roundup, available as a video, as well as audio-only on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, Spotify and for direct-download: 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 anyway, at […]

Ground Zero Texas Rereleased

On March 23rd, developer Screaming Villains released Ground Zero Texas Nuclear Edition for the PS4 and PC via Steam. What this is is a remaster of a Sega CD game released in 1993 by Digital Pictures. The game is set in El Cadron, a small town in the state of Texas where people have been […]

Sony Officially Announces Closure of Old Stores

Sony Computer Entertainment has officially announced the closure of the online PlayStation Store fronts for PlayStation 3, Portable (PSP), and Vita devices.  In this release, Sony gave a break down in the form of an FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) of what services would and would not be available and what users could expect going forward […]

MiSTer Super Game Boy Borders

It looks like paulb-nl has just added the ability to load custom Super Game Boy borders, when using MiSTer’s Game Boy core.  This feature is now merged with the main project and running your favorite update script should automatically install it;  I’ve been using ‘update_all’ these days.  After updating, create a “SGB Borders” folder in […]

Koryuu Transcoder Firmware v1.1

A new firmware (v1.1) was just released for the Koryuu Transcoder:  A device that converts Composite and S-Video to YPbPr Component video.  Unfortunately, a programmer is required to perform the update, but it’s cheap and a standard JTAG cable should work.  More details on the firmware and a review of the Koryuu are available below […]

GBS-C AIO Now Officially Open Source

The team behind the GBS-C AIO has kept their promise and released the full set of files for anyone who wants to make their own.  If you wanted SCART in and HDMI-out added to your GBS-C, this is an excellent choice and probably the one you’d want to get!  At the moment, there are no […]

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