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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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Review of the 8Bitdo FC30 Pro Bluetooth controller

The 8Bitdo FC30 Pro Bluetooth controller will bring back memories of the Super Nintendo controller as it feels very similar. It has a full set of controls, like most common controllers, do today and it’s compatible with Android, iOS, Windows, Linux, and Macs, it even works on the Raspberry PI …

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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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8BitDo’s Retro Wireless Controllers – Connecting So Many Platforms!

As gaming peripherals have always existed since gaming, great peripherals have endured the decades of demands from many gamers; that the controllers simply work the most important feature above all else, even regardless of style. However, that doesn’t mean that there haven’t been attempts to combine gaming aesthetic and function – …

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Raspberry Pi: The Gameboy Zero

Following our last write-up about ‘What’s the best game console to turn into Emulationstation?‘ the Raspberry Pi obviously couldn’t make it to the results as it’s no gaming console if we put it that way.. BUT we thought it definitively should get mentioned separately! Additionally (if you aren’t following us …

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