Today’s review is going to be a little bit different. I’ll start with the standards of the features, description, and unboxing video. But after that, my experience with the product will be told like a story from beginning to end. Because just like any good story, there are ups and …Read More »
Open PS2 Loader Updated to 1.1.0
Haven’t cracked out your trusty PS2 in a while? Heck, maybe you had the release of the stable 1.0.0 release of the Open PS2 Loader months and months and months ago. OR…or…maybe you download the nightly releases, but know how unstable they could be. Well now’s the time to get …Read More »
How to make your own upscaler that rivals the retro tink 5 and ossc…
If you’re big into the retro gaming scene you’ve probably noticed over the past year or two up scalers have been all the rave. Allowing you to use your original hardware on your brand new fancy OLED or QLED TV and bringing these retro systems into the 21st century of …Read More »
Hardware Review: MemCard PRO
Have you ever looked at your weakling memory card for your PS1 and laughed at it’s scrawny stature? Maybe you have filled up far too many memory cards and have no more room in your house to sleep. It’s possible that you had your PS1 without a memory card until …Read More »
How To: Install Tonyhax for PS1
It’s been a long time coming for this. It’s primarily because we knew there would be more updates and improvements. We wanted to wait for the “it’s as good as it’s going to be”, but the creator of Tonyhax just kept working. And then, out of left field, came FreePSXBoot. …Read More »
RetroArch latest Open Hardware Project will let you use your own Cartridges with ease…
Libretro has big plans for RetroArch with their latest Open Hardware Project that will allow it to play your own cartridges across any device with RetroArch already on it. This device will also let you dump your cartridges, so you can legally build your own digital library of games and …Read More »
The Original Playstation 1 gets the optical drive emulator treatment!
It seems that every retro console wih a optical drive is getting into the ODE game – Optical Drive Emulator! The first Console to have this addition was the Sega Dreamcast (gdmenu) , which allows you to play your games running from a micro sd card and replaces the optical …Read More »
PS1 digital coming soon for the original PlayStation console!
Tech Developers Dan Kunz (@citrus3000) and Christof Harnischmacher (@chriz2600) who brought us the DCHDMI mod for the Sega Dreamcast are back again to bring us another extraordinary project that they have been working on for a couple of months and is scheduled to launch this coming September- The PS1digital!! What is …Read More »
Pre E3-Limited Run Games Announcements
The people over at Limited Run Games are always fantastic. We’ve reviewed some of their games, announced some of their games, and last year even met up with them at E3 and got some swag from them. They’re only ever nice and have their hearts in the right place. This …Read More »
How to Use BleemSync 1.0 to Mod Your PS Classic
Hello and welcome to another tutorial for hacking Classic consoles. We’ve previously covered how to mod NES and SNES Classic consoles and everyone truly had a blast modding those. We’ve even made a post about this Bleemsync in the past. However, this BleemSync 1.0 is improved in pretty much every …Read More »
Review: Long Box Jewel Cases for SegaCD/Saturn/PS1 from VGC Online
This one came out of left field, I think, for a lot of retro game collectors. Nobody had really set out to cover selling long box replacements before. Or if they had, maybe they had realized that putting forward that much of your own money without a Kickstarter was a …Read More »
The PlayStation Classic is it worth getting?
Yesterday on December 3rd the PlayStation classic was released and ready to purchase at retail stores. The PlayStation classic has a price tag of $100 dollars but is it really worth it. I know a lot us have already heard all the bad things about the PlayStation classic going around …Read More »