MemCard Pro firmware update v1.1.1

8BitMods just released a firmware update for their SD-card based Playstation 1 memory card, the MemCard Pro. The new firmware 1.1.1 addresses a few minor bugs and fixes a particular issue that XStation users were facing when using the ODE’s Memory Card Browser. Also, 8BitMods introduced support for Lattice FPGAs. With the upcoming Memcard Pro […]

WASCA Cart Migrates to Faster Architecture

In a community announcement today, March 28, 2022, hitomi2500 stated that WASCA (an aspiring “Swiss Army Knife” -type cart solution for Sega Saturn) would be migrating over to the much faster, modular (and perhaps more available) iCESugar-pro architecture, suggesting the possibility of a release for purchase perhaps some time later this year… The iCESugar-pro will […]

Analogue Pocket Firmware 1.0B

Analogue has released new firmware for the Analogue Pocket and dock. This includes a host of fixes and new screen effects for the dock. The dock can now be updated via the pocket. Firmware Download: Firmware 1.0B Analogue Twitter: Update Post Release Notes: Dock updates via Pocket – Dock now updated from Pocket using the […]

FirebrandX Releases Nt Mini Noir Settings Guide

Granular control over the way audio and video is rendered has always been one of Analogue’s prominent features, but it can be daunting to navigate those menus without a comprehensive knowledge of retro gaming hardware, broadcast standards, and the artistic intent of the era’s developers. Fortunately, retro gaming guru FirebrandX has published a series of videos and documents […]

SuperRT Brings Ray Tracing to the SNES

Engineer and game developer Ben Carter has demonstrated a proof of concept “SuperRT” expansion chip that brings 3D ray tracing to the Super Nintendo. Ray tracing—a computationally demanding technique used to calculate realistic lighting in 3D graphics engines—has only recently become possible to render in real time on consumer level hardware, and at a hefty […]

FXPAK SuperGameBoy Improvements Continue

Even after continued support for the better part of a decade, significant new features are still being implemented on the FXPAK (nee, SD2SNES) series of Super Nintendo flash carts. In the last few weeks alone we have seen save states, Super Game Boy simulation, and now robust support for MSU-1 mods that enable CD-quality soundtracks […]

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