Retro Studios’ GameCube classic,Metroid Prime, is getting a fan-made 2D remake called Prime 2D. The effort, which has been going since 2004 and called Prime 2D, is being led by a group called Team SCU. While screenshots of the game went up as part of an April Fools’ Day joke, the demo is in fact real, according a forum post by the creators.
The remake is the result of many years of love. In 2017, the team behind Metroid Prime 2D shared, “While public progress has appeared stagnant for the last 5 years, there has actually been a tremendous amount of foundational work being done in private.” Now, those following finally get to see just what the team has been up to.
In this video we take a look at and test out the all new LCL CM4 Boy The CM4 Boy is an awesome Raspberry pi compute Modula 4 powered DMG Gameboy with and analog stick and enough power to run N64,PSP,Dreamcast and Sega Saturn and cabinet of running RetroPie,Recalbox or bat overs plus we have the option of using the built in HDMI port so we can connect this to much larger screen!
We’re all about a portable N64, but having one that fits in your hands and plays original cartridges is something we only thought the Nintendo gods could create. But no, the modding maniac known as GmanModz is back at it again with the world’s smallest portable N64. He previously built the Nintendo 64 handheld that looked like a Gameboy Advance SP. Somehow he has managed to modify a N64 console to fit in a tiny shell with the ability to play your best N64 games on the cartridges you still have hiding in your garage.
A Complete ( & Copyright Free) Guide to installing and optimizing Cemu Emulator for the Best Possible Performance. This guide also shows you how to use the brand new patches to play BOTW at 120 FPS+, with extended Draw Distance and little to no physics issues
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.