In today’s video we’re going to take a look at Retro Dreamer’s upcoming Game 4 All (G4A) device, which places a Raspberry Pi CM4 module inside an original Game Boy Advance shell, with some clever tricks along the way. Let’s find out if this is worth the Kickstarter pledge prices of $100 (DIY kit) and $167 (pre-assembled unit).Continue reading “Game 4 All CM4 GBA unboxing and testing”
The fine folks at the Retro Handhelds discord server have offered to carve out a dedicated space for the Retro Game Corps community, to include chat related to my content, tech support, and cat pictures galore. I’ve been wanting to create my own Discord server for some time now, but I just don’t have the time or resources to do it on my own, so this partnership is a win-win for everyone.Continue reading “Join the Retro Game Corps discord space!”
The Ayn Odin’s pre-order campaign starts soon, and so I thought it was a good time to share my hopes and reservations about this promising new handheld gaming device.Continue reading “Is the Odin handheld too good to be true?”
Holy crap, remember that Fire HD 10 Plus video I did the other week, and I suggested you wait for Prime Day to get it? It’s now available for $79 (3GB) or $109 (4GB), which is a full $70 cheaper than it was when I bought it. I thought it was a great deal then, now I’m thinking about getting a second one 😎
If you don’t want to click on the affiliate link, just search for “Fire HD 10 Plus” on Amazon. The price should be good for the next few days. As far as which model to get, I think it will depend on your use case. If you primarily want to use it for retro (PS1 and below) games, game streaming, and media consumption, the 3GB version should be fine. If you want to play PSP, N64, and Dreamcast you might want to think about upgrading to the 4GB model. Enjoy!
Hi everyone, this is Russ from Retro Game Corps. So this morning while I was sleeping, someone infiltrated my YouTube channel and started streaming some cryptocurrency scam thing that got my account banned and deleted.Continue reading “My YouTube account was hacked. Here’s what happened.”
To celebrate reaching 25,000 subscribers, I want to take a step back from reviews and tutorials and show off my current collection of retro handhelds. So let’s look at all of my devices and the story behind each of them.
Thank you so much for your continued support, and I’m excited where we go next.Continue reading “My Retro Handheld Collection (+ Giveaway!)”
Do you get an error that says “You need to format the disk in drive [letter] before you can use it” when putting in a multi-partition SD card? This video will show you how to remove drive letters from your SD card partitions so you just see the partitions you want. Additionally, I’ll show you how to make unassigned partitions appear.Continue reading “Fix the “Format Disk” Windows 10 Error (EmuELEC, ArkOS, 351ELEC)”
Today we’re going to replace the terrible stock analog stick that comes with the PowKiddy RGB10 with a beautiful PS Vita analog stick. It’s the best $8 I’ve spent all year.
Find it (along with a lot of other neat mods) at My Retro Game Case.Continue reading “PS Vita Analog Stick on an RGB10”
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Update – Team Ruka has a new update for their firmware, which you can find here, complete with the image and instructions!
The PowKiddy A13 is an impressive little tabletop arcade device, especially after modding it with new hardware. In today’s guide I’ll show you how to install custom firmware onto the device to unlock updated emulators and a more customizable user interface.
If you haven’t bought one of these hidden gems yet, here is a link to grab one yourself.Continue reading “PowKiddy A13 Custom Firmware Guide”
In this video we’ll upgrade some hardware components of this nifty little tabletop arcade device. Let’s add in a new joystick, buttons, and some adhesive weights to balance everything.Continue reading “PowKiddy A13 Hardware Mods — Buttons, Joystick, and Weight Rebalance”