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unc0ver 4.2.0 Released!

This is an updated version of the article that was released yesterday. We just wanted you to know that 4.2.0 is out now and has some new improvements over the last iteration. Any picture you see is still relevant even if it says 4.0.0 instead of 4.2.0. We’re going to …

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Atelier Dusk Trilogy Deluxe Pack – Review

In the land of Dusk, there has been adventure time and time again. Within this land of Dusk, three particular adventures transpire and tell an overarching story. This story itself serves as a narrative to the land of Dusk, and “Dusk” itself.  In the Atelier Dusk Trilogy Deluxe Pack, the …

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PSA-Update/Downgrade iPhone to iOS 13.3 Now! (Details Inside)

If you follow the right people on Twitter, you may have already seen rumblings over the past couple of weeks hinting that everyone should be on iOS 13.3. Some people have been heavily hinting and calling any iOS other than 13.3 as crap and they downgraded or upgraded to it. …

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Review: Levelhike Genesis and N64/SNES/GC HDMI Cables

If you’re a collector of retro systems, you may already be aware that there are HDMI cable options for retro systems. We’ve already talked about these options at length from other companies like Pound or Hyperkin. This time we’re back at it again looking into the Sega Genesis and Nintendo …

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Review – Wizardry: Labyrinth of Lost Souls

Wizardry: Labyrinth of Lost Souls

  Greetings minions! I have a bit of a different style today courtesy of a friend! Today I introduce Wizardry: Labyrinth of Lost Souls released by XSEED on January 15th, 2020! Wizardry: Labyrinth of Lost Souls is a turn-based, combat RPG with the great visual styling XSEED is known for …

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How To:Overclock, Make Folders, & Use USB on Genesis Mini

Recently we’ve covered True Blue’s Ultra-Drive for Genesis Mini. We’ve also covered both Project Lunar and Hakchi2’s solutions for adding games to your Genesis Mini. Today’s tutorial shows you how to go one step further than adding games. The tutorial covers adding folders, overclocking, and using USB storage. Let’s do …

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How To:Install Gentoo Linux on Your 5.05 PS4!

Linux has already existed for PS4 already. We know this, you know this. But today, you can now add another distribution to the list. Gentoo Linux is now here and you can really make your PS4 into an amazing emulation box with Gentoo. We’re incredibly excited about this news and …

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Hakchi2 Updated to Support Sega Genesis Mini

If you’ve been following the scene closely, you’ll already be aware that there has been some support in Haxchi for the Sega Genesis Mini. Up until now, there hasn’t been an official, stable release with as many features. That has officially changed this week. So we’ve finally decided it’s worth …

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The PS2 apparently could handle ray-tracing!

Ray-tracing may be the next big thing of the gaming industry, but who would’ve known that Sony best selling console PlayStation 2 could apparently handle it! It is quite interesting to know that a 19-year console can handle such an advanced feature, It truly proves how capable and powerful the …

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Project Lunar for Sega Genesis Mini Released!

How is this not bigger news? Literally more people bought and praised the Sega Genesis Mini than ever did with the PlayStation Classic! Nevertheless, Project Lunar has been released in its 1.0 form. We’ll talk about what it is, what it entails, and soon we’ll have a separate article explaining …

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SX OS 3.0.0 Shown Off…For Nintendo Switch Lite!

“Never say Impossible. – As TX has done it, SX OS now runs on the Switch Lite!” They told us it would happen and we all speculated how it could be. Well, Team Xecuter has finally shown us a sweet, sweet taste of their forthcoming SX OS 3.0.0 running on …

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