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RetroArch updated to 1.6.3

The libretro team has brought us yet another ultra useful update to the famed RetroArch. RetroArch spans loads of platforms to try to meet each and every one of your emulation needs. Today’s update has features that are more behind the scenes than anything else, but if you’re still interested, …

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RetroArch 1.6.0 Released for all systems!

What do Linux, Windows, MacOSX, Android, iOS, Blackberry OS, PS3, PSP, PS Vita, Original XBOX, XBOX 360, Gamecube, Wii, WiiU, Nintendo 3DS, Raspberry Pi, Open Pandora, GCW Zero, and even modern day web browsers have in common?  They all share one great attribute; they all can run a RetroArch installation …

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A reflection on the hacking scene as a community.

For many years we as gamers, hackers, developers, journalists, and modders have found ourselves to be part of a special community. A community of like-minded individuals who pursue the pleasure of creating and improving on and informing on what others have made. Most of these developers, modders, and hackers do …

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PSPEMU Hacked! Calling all developers for help

Hello, everybody, it seems [email protected] made some progress with the native side of ePSP running on HENkaku. Now a release is still far off but he is asking for experienced ePSP/PSP/PS Vita developers to help, here is what he had to say on twitter. 😉 pic.twitter.com/YY7RNlcA6S — TheFloW (@theflow0) September 24, 2016 Now …

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Why game collectors often use Flashcards and CFW!

I’m writing this today not as a why you should use Flashcards and CFW.  Instead, today I’m going to discuss why some gamers/collectors use flashcards and CFW (custom firmware) to play their beloved games. Now there is a large part of collectors that own some very valuable games. Some of these games are …

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