Mega Man 4 SNES Port

Developer Infidelity – Creator of the amazing Legend Of Link romhack for the NES – has just ported Mega Man IV from the NES to SNES.  This port is the result of six months of painstaking work, accomplished by modifying the game’s code to access the SNES’ hardware addresses, which are very different from the NES!  […]

Retro Game Restore clear shells available for pre-order at Castlemania Games

Castlemania Games has recently opened pre-orders for Retro Game Restore‘s entire line of translucent replacement shells for classic consoles and peripherals. RGR‘s 90s-looking shells have been slowly but surely gaining popularity among retro gaming enthusiasts for the past year and a half. With what started as a single run of PC Engine clear shells back […]

HyperBoy FlashCart Pre-Orders

Kevin Mellott has just opened pre-orders on his single-flash Virtual Boy ROM Cart, called the HyperBoy.  This is meant to be a stripped-down, more affordable alternative to Kevin’s eInk-based HyperFlash32, is available in black or red and costs about $65 less at $135.  These are scheduled to arrive to customers before the end of the […]

Mega SD Firmware Update v1.05 R02

Terraonion has just released a new firmware for the Mega SD ROM Cart / ODE with quite a few updates.  Some notable additions are 100 more save state slots, the ability to preview your savestate, 3x faster ROM loading and support for Demons of Asteborg;  An extremely important addition, as it’s safer to use the […]

3rd Round of RetroTINK 5x Orders

Mike Chi has announced that the third batch of RetroTINK 5x’s will go on sale today, August 28th at noon NYC-time (4pm GMT) for everyone except UK;  UK folks will have a special checkout link which will be live one hour later, at 6pm UK local time.  Limit 1 per person, all orders are expected to ship […]

Laser Bear’s OpenMVS 3D Printed Shells

Greg from Laser Bear is now selling his version of the 3D printed shell for the OpenMVS project.  The new design splits the top section into two pieces, which allows it to be printed on smaller printers.  This doesn’t sacrifice any quality and many people might prefer the aesthetics of a two-tone look. You can […]

Weekly Roundup #267

Here’s this week’s roundup, available as a video, as well as audio-only on iTunes, Google, Stitcher, Spotify and many others as well as 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 […]

Virtual Boy Stand Orientation

Dear Virtual Boy fans.  You’re probably doing it wrong. Planet Virtual Boy members have posted a page from the manual that explicitly states how to orient the stand.  Oddly enough, the Nintendo logo on the clamp release should be facing the player, not facing away like so many of us – including me – had […]

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