In this guide I’m going to show you how to play Xbox 360 games on your PC using the Xenia emulator. It’s actually a lot easier to set up than you may think — no special software, jailbreaking, or modding required.Continue reading “Xbox 360 Emulation Guide”
Castor is a new app that will allow you to stream from your PC to an Android device using a process known as paravirtualization. This means you can allocate a portion of you PC’s resources to create a virtual machine environment which can then be used for game streaming without disrupting your main PC’s functionality.
To access Castor, check out Black Seraph’s Patreon page. You will need to subscribe to the $10 tier for at least one month but can cancel after that if you’d like. While you are a member, consider grabbing Black Seraph’s custom firmware builds for the RG552, PowKiddy X18S, and various GPD devices.
Castor is made though a package of open-source and prorpeitary tools all compiled into one simple, user-friendly package. If you would like to see the modified GPL & MIT-licensed components of Castor, here is the GitHub page. This includes the mirror driver, patched Sunshine & the NAT-compatible Android Moonlight client.Continue reading “Introducing Castor – Split and Stream your PC!”
The true successor to the infamous Retroid Pocket 2 is finally here, and so in this video we’re going to take a deep-dive look into all of its strengths and weaknesses. In particular we’ll focus on size, ergonomics, buttons, and performance when it comes to game emulation and streaming. Does it hold up to its promise of delivering an excellent gaming experience for under $150? YES.Continue reading “Retroid Pocket 3 In-Depth Review”
Anbernic has released a new frontend for their Android operating system, which will work on the RG353P and the upcoming RG353V. In this video I’ll walk you through the installation of their new Android build, and show off some of its features (and failures) within.Continue reading “Anbernic’s New Official Android Frontend — Review and Setup Guide”
The new Beelink SER5 (Ryzen 5 5600H) packs a LOT of power inside a tiny form factor — it can run flawless GameCube and PS2 at 1080p, and much more — and it is very capable for non-gaming tasks too. I’m excited to test this one and show why I think it’s the best mini PC deal you can find under $500 right now.Continue reading “Beelink SER5 Review — $450 Ryzen 5600H Mini PC”
With a 5” display and 5:3 aspect ratio, the PowKiddy X51 might be a budget hidden gem. In this video we’ll take a deep-dive look at the handheld and see if it’s a good fit in the lower-tier space.Continue reading “PowKiddy X51 Review”
The Skyline Nintendo Switch emulator has recently made some significant updates, and so in this video we’ll see how it performs on Android phones and dedicated handhelds like the AYN Odin Pro.
Written instructions have been added to my Android emulation starter guide
More info on the AYN OdinContinue reading “Guide: Skyline (Switch) Emulation on Android”
8BitDo has released two new special edition Pro 2 controllers with transparent purple and black coloring. In this video we’ll take a look at the color options, and how to get the most from these third-party controllers on Android, Switch, Batocera, SteamOS, and Windows.Continue reading “Funtastic New 8BitDo Pro 2 Color Options!”