5th Round of RetroTINK 5x Orders

Mike Chi has just released the fifth batch of RetroTINK 5x’s and – I can’t believe I’m actually typing this – Even in the midst of a global part shortage, he was able to get quite a bit this time…and they’re STILL in stock!!!  Above is a deep-dive video showcasing all the launch day features;  […]

Getting Started With The Nintendo 64

The N64 is Nintendo’s first console to fully support 3D graphics and has a library of iconic games.  Use on a CRT is easy and looks great, but due to it’s 15Khz analog output and early 3D graphics, getting a good experience on a modern flat-panel TV can be challenging.  This guide (below) and video […]

Sega Channel Revival Homebrew Released

Before Xbox Live, Playstation Network, WiiWare, or even the Satellaview, Sega pioneered downloadable game content in 1994 with Sega Channel: a subscription service that delivered games to a special Genesis cartridge over broadcast cable networks. Subscribers enjoyed a rotating catalogue of first and third party Genesis games during the service’s run, including some titles that would never […]

N64 Digital Deep Dive Featuring PixelFX

I recently had the chance to sit down with all three members of PixelFx – Dan, Christof and Woozle – to discuss their first collaboration, the N64 Digital HDMI mod.  We went through every option currently available and got to hear directly from the creators about how each feature works.  If you wanted to know […]

Weekly Roundup #276

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 […]

MiSTer SNAC adapter now available with a case

Porkshop Express from MiSTerAddons has just announced that MiSTer users now have the choice to order SNAC adapters, from their shop, with a case/shell. Serial Native Accessory Converter or SNAC is a small board that plugs into the USB 3.0 port of the MiSTer’s IO board and basically allows original and 3rd-party console specific controllers/peripherals […]

Nitro DS Emulator: A look at the dev software

Modern Vintage Gamer has just released a video talking about the Nitro DS Emulator:  A dev kit from Intelligent Systems that provided programmers with tools, as well as video output options to display the games on a larger screen.  MVG takes a closer look at the software used when working with the DS Emulator, which […]

Interview With Shank Mods

I recently did an interview with Shank:  A console-to-handheld modder, YouTuber and member of the new company 4 Layer Tech; The team who created the ForeverPak 64.  It was impressive to hear the lengths Shank and his friends had gone through to reverse engineer the Wii and to make brand new products for it!  I […]

BKM-10iRduino Remote for Sony BVM Monitors

All Sony BVM monitors require some kind of control unit to allow for operation;  While some will power on in the last mode used, a wired control unit is required for even the most basic operations like changing inputs, or switching between RGB and YPbPr.  As these control modules get less common, prices are rising […]

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