Two New 3D Printed OSSC Enclosures

The Open Source Scan Converter is one of the greatest tools to ever be introduced to the retro gaming world, as it provides a versatile and lag-free way to digitize classic consoles.  In fact, one of the only “complaints” I’ve heard over the years is that there weren’t any different-style replacements cases available.  Well, now […]

N64Digital Mod Announced by Pixel FX

Earlier this morning, a company calling itself Pixel FX—staffed by console modding legends Citrus300psi, Chriz2600, and Woozle64—announced a new digital-to-digital modification for the Nintendo 64. The unsurprisingly named N64Digital follows in the footsteps of similar modifications for the Dreamcast and Playstation, appearing to offer the same rich feature set that has made those mods instant […]

Plex Arcade Announced

The media streaming software company Plex has just announced a new paid feature called “Plex Arcade”.  It’s a $3 monthly service that allows you to install emulators and roms on your main Plex server and play them through any connected device that allows a bluetooth controller.  To accomplish this, they’re using the well-regarded Parsec streaming […]

High Quality N64 Music

A few months ago, I discovered a channel called Video-Game OST HQ, which has a bunch of N64 music in high quality, better than what you can hear from the original game.  They have both regular and HD+ versions of the music.  The HD+ versions seem to have some virtual surround sound added to the […]

Mega Everdrive Pro Firmware v4.09

Krikzz has recently released a new firmware for the Mega Everdrive Pro that contains a few bugfixes, but makes it harder to roll back to previous versions if needed.  That’s not usually something most users need, but there’s more info below on what it entails: Purchase a Mega Everdrive Pro:  http://bit.ly/megaedpro MEDPro Firmware Updates:  http://krikzz.com/pub/support/mega-everdrive/pro-series/OS/ Updating to […]

Weekly Roundup #238

Here’s this week’s roundup, available as a video on YouTube (above), LBRY and Bitchute.  An audio-only version, is available on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, Spotify and for direct-download:  https://www.retrorgb.com/podcast/?name=2021-01-27_238.mp3 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 […]

Cancel Your Polymega Walmart Orders

This post is not a dig, or a joke – Polymega has just instructed people through their Instagram stories that they should cancel any orders placed through Walmart and re-purchase directly on Polymega’s website.  The price is now $50 more expensive than Walmart was selling it for, but you can use the code WALMART50 for a […]

Darksoft CPS1 Multi Status Update

Darksoft has just posted an update regarding his upcoming multi kit for the CPS1:  A hardware board that will allow you to load up the entire CPS1 library and select a game through an LCD game selector screen (like with the CPS2 multi).  It looks like QSound has now been integrated, allowing games from the […]

The Segaxtreme Saturn 26th Anniversary Game Competition

The Sega Saturn continues to provide new experiences thanks to many hard-working developers on a mission to draw upon every last bit of the consoles latent power. The contest, which started on September 1, 2020 with the winner being announced on January 16, 2021 had a slew of contestants which submitted applications or games that […]

Neo SD Pro AES & MVS Pre-Orders Open

Pre-orders are once again open for Neo Geo AES and MVS versions of the Neo SD Pro ROM cart.  The price is around $685: Neo SD Pro AES:  https://stoneagegamer.com/neosd-pro-aes.html?afmc=retrorgb Neo SD Pro MVS:  https://stoneagegamer.com/neosd-pro-mvs.html?afmc=retrorgb The cart is exactly the same as previous versions, which include: 4 Flash slots that retain the game assigned and boot instantly. 1 […]

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