Tag Archives: emulator

Mega Man IV NES on SNES With MSU-1 Audio

Starting about 6 months ago, from the time of this article, @infidelity_nes made us all a treat. Today, we wanted to put the spotlight on that treat. We’ll talk about it, how to get it up and running (coming soon), and about how they got it made! So chill and …

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Review: RetroStone2 from 8BCraft

It’s been a while since we’ve reviewed anything from 8BCraft. In fact, so much time has passed since we reviewed the RaspiBoy, technology has gotten better (and more affordable). So let’s take a look at the standard model of RetroStone2 ($156, 8BCraft) as it’s bound to be heaps better than …

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Review: Wireless Gameboy Controller for PC

That headline had to be the most intriguing, least clickbait headline you’ve ever seen. I’m not lying when I say that today’s review is a product for PC that makes a Gameboy Advance work as a controller. It’s not even hard to use! Let’s get right into this review. Description: …

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RetroPie 4.5 Released

The RetroPie emulation station suite has been around for a very long time now. And seemingly it isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. We’ve seen countless improvements, tweaks, and changes with it over the years. Today I’ll break down what is truly new about the 4.5 update and where to get …

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Retron 5 Unlocked!

The Retron 5 used to be a household name. Until people realized that it had a bogus set of wireless controllers and, oh yeah, featured a non-licensed emulator. Fast forward to 2019, the Retron 5 is barely talked about any longer. YouTube videos about it are getting very little clicks. …

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XQEMU Xbox Emulator running on the Nintendo Switch created by Voxel9

Introduction Recently we’ve even seen the Nintendo Switch run Windows XP so seeing a working Xbox emulator really adds onto just how impressive the scene is and the capabilities of this console. In the past we’ve seen other retro systems being ran on the system. Though the emulator doesn’t run …

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Nintendo Switch: Long awaited PSP emulation now available!

Today it has finally arrived, Retroarch developer M4xw has released the PPSSPP core for the Nintendo Switch! What is this PPSSPP core? Well, it allows us to play PSP games on the Nintendo Switch via Retroarch! This started out as a patreon release, but M4xw decided to release it to …

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Retroarch Overclocked feature released for the Nintendo Switch!

TheĀ Libretto team has just released a major update to Retroarch on the Switch giving it the ability to be Overclock! Retroarch has always had the ability to be Overclock but the only way to achieve this was through Lakka using Linux. With this release, it’s now embedded within the retroarch …

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Switch- PSNES & PFBA Emulators updated with openGL support!

The developer Capjuste have pushed out another update to one of his most solid emulators for the Switch console-Psnes v2.1! Just like Pfba, Psnes comes in the same graphical interface along with Joycon support for two player games and save states. Another added bonus is that you can apply various …

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