In this video, we take a look at the all-new RG350P retro emulation handheld console. What been changed? Is it better? Should you buy it? Let’s find out! The RG350Pis the latest member of the RG350 family and it does come with some welcome upgrades and changes but we are still getting the same performance as the original RG350 and the Rg350M.
Retroflag is back at it again with an amazing NES style case for the Raspberry Pi 4! This has some awesome stuff built-in like a massive Heatsink fan combo and the New Cart actually houses a 2.5” SSD! Plus just like the past Retroflag cases we have safe power + reset buttons and a USB type C power supply is included! If you have been looking for a retro console-style case for the Pi4 the wait is over!
Available August 17th
Resident Evil 2 on the Nintendo 64 is a port that should have not been possible. The original PlayStation release came on 2 CD’s and totaled over 1.2 Gb in size yet somehow the entire game was compressed onto a 64Mb cartridge for the Nintendo 64. In this episode we take a look at how it was achieved.
Today we check out the ExperimentalPi DMG unit…this is no ordinary handheld unit though..take a look at the video to see what I mean
Introducing the Aya-Eve, a new gaming PC in a Switch-like handheld form factor.
Handheld PCs are on the way to merge portability with actual PC-quality gaming. First we had the GPD Win 2, then the GPD Win Max, and Alienware’s impressive Project UFO handheld with its detachable controllers. Now there’s another competitor called the Aya-Eve.
The Aya-Eve has some decent specs including an AMD 4500U notebook APU with 6 cores and 6 threads, 16GB of DDR4-4266 RAM, and 512GB of onboard NVMe flash memory. Other specs are tentative and could change, but right now the team is targeting a 7-inch 1280 x 800 IPS display, which is akin to the Switch’s 6.2-inch 1280 x 720 screen.
An emulator is a program that allows one system (eg. Windows) to run programs built for another system (eg. ZX Spectrum). It is mainly used to play old 8-bit games on today’s PCs. In other words, a complete waste of time.
What we will do is emulate Windows on a Linux system. Then we will run a DOS emulator under Windows. Then we will run a Commodore 64 emulator in this emulated DOS environment. Finally, we will run a ZX Spectrum emulator on the emulated Commodore machine.
An Overclocked Arduino DUE is quite able to emulate NES games, the emulator is based on Nofrendo Remix, contains memory hacks, because Arduino DUE has a hardware limit of 96 KB RAM. Nothing is guaranteed. NES ROM size limit is ~ 49168 bytes (It is able to run Super Mario Bros.) Used Libraries: marekburiak-ILI9341_due, greiman-SdFat, SchedulerARMAVR…
In this video, we test out the emulation performance of the all-new ODROID H2+ Powered by the Intel J4115 CPU and backed by built-in Intel UHD Graphics this little board actually has some potential as a Linux PC or A Windows 10 machine. IN this video we test out some Dreamcast, PSP, Sega Saturn, Gamecube,3DS, and even PS2 on this tiny PC.