8bitdo has done it again, not only do they make some of the best wireless controller you can buy for retro gaming but now they have made DIY kits to convert your classic controllers to be wireless. Here’s some more info and link to buy below.
Jeremy is back this time with a SNES Retrospective on Paperboy 2.
Our games room was in need of a little change up. It was feeling a little crowded in some areas and the consoles just didn’t have a good flow. We decided to swap out our dedicated music area spot with the CRT TV’s unit. This has made just a VAST difference. The consoles are now all dedicated together on certain CRT’s or the flat screen TV’s.
It is amazing how much the feel of the room has changed. It’s almost like a new room and everything feels even more organised. Our current setup of consoles is below and I have referenced the size and or model of the TV’s if I have the info:
Setup for our games room – Side 1 Sony KV-HR36M31 is for all movies with Betamax, Laser Disc and VHS machines Loewe Calida 5072 is for Nintendo 64 PAL & NTSC-J, Super Nintendo & Super Famicom plus Gamecube Sony KV-21SP1 ‘PlayStation 1 TV’ dedicated to PS NTSC-J, Panasonic 3Do and PC Engine Sony 14 inch is setup using UHF for a top loader NES and Sega Master System 1 Sony 50 inch big screen is setup for all PAL consoles PS1, PS2 Fat, PS3 60g backwards compatible model and PS4
Side 2 Sony 50 inch (to be confirmed) running Sega Megadrive, Mega CD 1, NES Mini, Super Nintendo Mini, Xbox One S and PlayStation 4
Jeremy Parrish revisits Ultraman a very Japanese and early snes game.
Cygnus the Destroyer is back with another top 10 video. This time he tells about his favorite games from his childhood.
The console Wars are back at it and in the holiday spirit dueling it out with Home Alone 2. Which game is better you’ll need to watch to find out.
ETA Prime shows off the new Super KINTARO case for the raspberry pi 3.