USB2DB15 CS Ver. (for Consolization)

Raph_friend, developer of the USB2DB15, just announced a slightly altered version of their controller adapter, named: USB2DB15 CS Ver. For those who are unaware, the USB2DB15 is basically an adapter that accepts a wide variety of USB controllers and converts the input signal for use on Neo Geo consoles and most modern superguns, through a […]

JagNet Atari Jaguar Network Interface Adapter

Have you ever been playing BattleSphere on your Atari Jaguar and thought:  “You know what would make this experience even better?  Fifteen more Jaguar consoles all playing it together!”  Well, you’re in luck, because Humble Bazooka is selling a homebrew version of the JagLink adapter, they’re calling the JagNet.  Compatibility should be identical to the […]

Wireless N64 Receiver 3D Printed Bracket

Todd from RetroFrog has recently released a 3D printed bracket that secures N64 wireless controller receivers in place.  If you’re using a memory card, it might be a good idea to pick up one of these, just to reduce wear and tear on your N64’s controller port.  There are versions for both the Brawler64 and […]

Weekly Roundup #274

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 […]

600DPI SNES Box, Cart & PCB Scans Found

FirebrandX has just stumbled upon an old hard drive of his, containing seventy gigabytes of high quality scans of Super Nintendo box art, cartridges and even the game PCB’s (example below).  This archive of scans was all done by the late Near, who was a legend in SNES development;  Lower quality versions of this archive have […]

SUPER MIDI PAK UPDATE/INTERVIEW

The Super MIDI Pak is a specially made Super Famicom (SFC) cartridge designed to turn your Super Nintendo (SNES) into a MIDI synth.  The purpose behind the project is to allow users direct access to their SNES’s musical hardware.  For which its many different musical applications could be utilized.  RetroRGB was recently able to follow […]

PS1 Digital Adds Optional Resolution Database

Christof has just released a new firmware for the PS1 Digital that adds an optional ability to contribute to a new game resolution database.  There’s also a new developer mode that allows you to connect to the PS1’s serial port via Wifi.  Update instructions and tools are linked below: Firmware updates are performed over WiFi, […]

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