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The Nintendo Power Cartridge
Today, flash cartridges are common tools used by lots of people to fuel their retro gaming habit. These devices are designed to play ROM files from writable memory, usually an SD card, on your original console. Giving you the power to play pretty much anything released for that particular system....
Building My Ultimate GBA
The first video game console my parents ever bought me was a Nintendo Game Boy. My sister and I each got one for Christmas one year. I got the original grey model and she got the clear model, and from that day forward I loved handheld gaming. The years went...
How to Change Video Game Cartridge Save Batteries
In gaming, there is nothing more devastating than losing a save file you worked hard on. In retro cartridge based gaming, save files are generally stored on the cartridge and a small amount of power is supplied to the cartridge by an on board battery to retain the data. Today,...
Cleaning, Re-Capping and RGB Modding an AV Famicom
In 1993, Nintendo released new and improved revisions of both the Nintendo Entertainment System in North America and the Nintendo Famicom in Japan. North America got the NES-101, more commonly referred to as the Top Loader, while Japan got the HVC-101, more commonly referred to as the AV Famicom. Both...
Mighty Final Fight Review – NES
Mighty Final Fight Final Fight is an arcade classic that has been beloved in the gaming community since it hit arcades in 1989. It was ported to the SNES and even received two sequels on the system, but did you know it was also ported to the NES? In July...
Testing Extron Crosspoint C-Sync Output
If retro gaming in RGB is a hobby you enjoy you have probably experienced the problem of having fewer inputs available on your monitor or upscaler than RGB enabled consoles you want to have hooked up. The natural solution is to find some sort of switch box and many of...
N64 RGB Mod Comparison
When it comes to getting the best picture quality possible out of your Nintendo 64 there are a number of different options. The path you choose depends on how you want to play and what version of the console you own. In the world of analog video signals, RGB is...
An Introduction to RGB Gaming
If you are interested in retro gaming as a hobby or just looking to satisfy a nostalgic craving to play some of your old Nintendo cartridges and have just connected an old console directly to a modern display, you have probably come to realize that your old games don't look...
Complete Game Boy Color Library List
A complete list of all games released for the Nintendo Game Boy Color in North America. This list includes GBC exclusives and non exclusives. The list can be sorted, searched and easily copied into a spreadsheet to help you when hunting for games in the wild. If you find any...