At long last, I’m ready to share my creation with the world. Hope you like it.Continue reading “I made a *BRAND NEW* NES game!”
In this video I’ll show you how to upgrade the operating system on the PowKiddy X18S to the slim and stable LineageOS from Black Seraph. We’ll also test out emulation performance with this new OS running N64, PSP, Dreamcast, GameCube, PS2, and more.Continue reading “PowKiddy X18S Firmware Upgrade (LineageOS, Android 11)”
At $170, the PowKiddy X18S currently provides the best emulation performance you can find in a sub-$200 dedicated handheld right now. But as I demonstrated in my review video, its hardware leaves a lot to be desired. In this video we’re going to improve the gameplay experience by upgrading the d-pad, analog sticks, and face buttons to make this device a little bit more of a bargain. This is the first in a two-part video series; in the next X18S video I will upgrade the software experience with LineageOS.
PS Vita analog stick caps – not recommended for this device, but they are mentioned in the video and work great on the PS Vita or ODROID Go Super (with PS Vita stick mod).Continue reading “Guide: PowKiddy X18S Hardware Mods”
In this video I’ll show you how to swap out the PowKiddy RGB10 Max screen for a replacement, in case something happens to yours.Continue reading “RGB10 Max Screen Replacement Guide”
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”
In today’s video we will swap out the buttons on each PowKiddy RGB10 Max model for a cool effect. Even better, PowKiddy even sells the “panda” mod version already! We’ll also fix the screen lifting issue, and try out some CPU heatsinks.Continue reading “RGB10 Max Button Swaps: Panda and Tiger Mods”
Today we’re going to do a quick video showing off a glass screen protector for the Anbernic RG351P, RG351M, and PowKiddy RGB20. Not only will it protect your screen, but it covers up the “Anbernic” and PowKiddy” logos to give your device a cleaner look.Continue reading “Anbernic RG351 Screen Protector”
In today’s video we’re going to test seven different 3D-printed grips designed by Lupus Worax Custom. I’m keeping my favorites, and giving away the rest, so be sure to watch to the end for more info. Enjoy!Continue reading “3D-Printed Grips for RG350 and RG351 Devices”
My friends at Retro Game Case gave me an opportunity to test their customized GBA running a Raspberry Pi CM3, 640×480 OCA laminated display, PS Vita analog stick, rechargeable batteries, and added buttons.Continue reading “Review: Customized GBA CM3 Device”
In today’s video I’ll show you how to swap out the stock buttons on your 8bitDo Arcade Stick for other buttons of your choosing.
I bought my buttons from Focus Attack, which you can find here.Continue reading “8bitDo Arcade Stick: Button Upgrade Guide”