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Coldbird, explains PS1 Sound for TN-V.

Here Coldbird explains why sound is so hard to get working on Custom Emulation Firmware (TN-V).  You can see that he has sound working in the video below, but it’s really hard to here. Hopefully Coldbird can get back to his project of porting PEOPS sound plugin to Vita on TN-V …

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Raspi’s GPU on FFT

“The Raspberry Pi has been around for two years now, and still there’s little the hardware hacker can actually do with the integrated GPU. That just changed, as the Raspberry Pi foundation just announced a library for Fourier transforms using the GPU. For those of you who haven’t yet taken your …

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Total_Noob’s savestate plugin released

Total_Noob has released, his savestate plugin for his masterpiece TN-V. So if you’re unfamiliar with the savestate plugin, it allows you to save your whole game and load it anytime and anywhere in the game.Pretty cool if you ask me! Even if you’re on one game you can load up another game and it will bring you right to …

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TN-V Savestate plugin coming soon..

Total_Noob has been working on the savestate plugin for his masterpiece TN-V. So if you’re unfamiliar with the savestate plugin, it allows you to save your whole game and load it anytime and anywhere in the game.Pretty cool if you ask me! Even if you’re on one game you can load up …

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Psvita release date for borderlands 2?

The publisher’s at 2k Games accidentally tweeted the release date for borderlands 2, for the psvita and they quickly deleted the tweet from their twitter account. It said, ” #Borderlands2 is coming to #PSVita on March 18th! RT! http://t.co/GOfDaLmD3i” So for now, 2k has apologise for the tweet this morning for suggesting wrong release dated or …

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Psvita Battery Mod Overview

Just a one month ago I did the Psvita battery Mod. After using it for a whole month, I can say I’m happily pleased. There have been no issues whatsoever with it and the extra battery adds very little weight, but it’s nearly unnoticeable. There is a slight increase in …

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