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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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Review: Retro-Bit’s 2.4 GHz Wireless Sega Controllers

Hello again! Recently we discussed Retro-Bit’s Sega Bluetooth controllers. If you’re more interested in that, you can read about it here. Today, on the other hand, we’ll be discussing the ins and outs of their 2.4 GHz version of the same styles. The controllers retail for $34.99 and are available …

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Review: Wireless Bluetooth Genesis/Saturn Controllers from Retro-Bit

Hey everyone! Earlier this year we covered the newly released Sega Genesis and Sega Saturn controllers from Retro-bit (read all about that here). At the time, we knew that Retro-bit had gotten the license from Sega to do what they will. We got wind that they not only would be …

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The MegaSD: World’s First all-in-one FPGA Flashcart for Sega Genesis & Mega Drive!!

The company Terraonion has announced the world’s first Mega-CD/Sega CD FPGA Optical Disc Emulator flashcart called the MegaSD. The MegaSD is an all-in-one FPGA cartridge that duplicates the Sega CD/Mega-CD hardware, which allows users to play there Sega CD backup games right from a microSD card. The MegaSD also is a …

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SEGA Announces the Genesis Mini

Hey internet, J.C.Koopa here doing something new for me, covering some news. SEGA has recently announced the upcoming SEGA Genesis Mini. Yes, as part of the recent trend of companies manufacturing straight nostalgia in a tiny slightly-updated package, SEGA posted on March 30th that we could expect the Genesis Mini on …

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