Lag Testing the mClassic

Awhile back I lag tested the mCable Gaming Edition and proved it was a zero-lag device.  I had faith that the brand new mCable Classic would perform just as well, but I wanted to test anyway;  Both out of curiosity and to help clarify some of the questions people had asked after my previous lag […]

RGBench – Oscilloscope Video Interface Device

Qwertymodo designed an all-purpose multi video input device for interfacing video devices with oscilloscopes, and received so much attention that he decided to put the product up for sale. It will be useful for developers and video product designers who want a clean, easy to use interface for testing video signals on a scope. RGBench […]

OSSC On-Screen Display Firmware Released

The latest Open Source Scan Converter firmware was just released and it includes the on-screen display that was recently shown in a beta test release.  The OSD mimicks exactly what’s on the LCD display, making it easy to tweak settings without getting up 🙂 The official changelog for firmware v0.85 is: Simple OSD implementation Mask […]

Weekly Roundup #175

Here’s this week’s roundup, guest hosted by RetroRGB writer Rany!  An audio-only version, is available on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, Spotify and for direct-download: Video available on YouTube (above), LBRY and Bitchute:  https://www.retrorgb.com/podcast/?name=2019-11-13_175.mp3  Please consider signing up as a supporter!  Either hit Join, tip or pledge on this video, or sign up through the following services: […]

RAD2x – Beginner Genesis 2 Video

I recently released a video about the upcoming Retro Analog to Digital 2x, or ‘RAD2x’ cables, which are the only plug & play cables worth using for pre-sixth generation consoles.  In short, the cables are fairly priced, process 240p correctly (no flicker or blur) and don’t add any lag to the output. While I was very proud […]

Finally, A New Atari 5200 Controller that Works!

If the Atari 5200 is known for one thing, it’s for having the worst controller of any mainstream system. It’s not that the form factor is bad, it’s in fact quite good. However, when you try using it, that’s when things start to unravel. Failure rates, even with new units, were though the roof. Repairs […]

Advance VGA (GBA to VGA)

InsideGadgets just released a VGA out solution for the Game Boy Advance named Advance VGA. The Altera Max 10 based Advance VGA offers 3x scaling of the GBA’s original 240×160 resolution and outputs at a fixed resolution of 800×600 through a D-sub connector, while maintaining the system’s original refresh rate of 59.7 Hz. The main […]

Game Boy Interface Updates (Nov 2019)

Extrems has released a few more updates of the Game Boy Interface software.  As usual, there’s an impressive list of additions and bugfixes and anyone using GBi should update their SD cards.  As always, I recommend using GBi along with the latest version of Swiss.  Here’s the changelog since the July GBi update: All GBi […]

Burning Rangers Remake as Imagined by a Fan

A Youtuber by the name of Andreas Scholl has quietly posted a few work-in-progress videos of his Burning Rangers tribute demo.  Right away, I was blown away by just how much the game looks like an upscaled Dreamcast port of the original Saturn release. See below: The description on this video states: This shows the […]

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