Nearly 33 years after the Sega Genesis released, we have a new game to try out! Demons of Asteborg released last month and can easily work in your favorite retro handheld. If it can run Genesis games (and the Picodrive emulator), it’ll likely run this game, too.Continue reading “Guide: Demons of Asteborg on Retro Handhelds”
In this video we’ll take a look at the latest Nintendo 64 emulator for the PS Vita, DaedalusX64, and how to get the best performance possible for your beloved device. I think you might be surprised to see how well it runs.Continue reading “Nintendo 64 Emulation on the PS Vita”
Let’s compare the PS Vita 1000 and the PS Vita 2000. Which one is a better fit for your play style and preferences?Continue reading “Comparison: PS Vita 1000 vs PS Vita 2000”
Last updated: 03DEC2021 (see Changelog for details)
This tutorial will show you how to safely and permanently jailbreak/mod your device so that you can run RetroArch or other emulators, plus load backups of your PS Vita, PSP, and PS1 games.
This guide is intended for the PS Vita 1000 and PS Vita 2000 models. The PS TV setup is mostly the same, but there are some slight differences in the process; because I’ve never used a PS TV, I would recommend looking elsewhere for the jailbreak instructions. This tutorial is written for Windows users, but Mac users can also follow this guide. When the process deviates for Mac users, I have provided relevant instructions and adjustments.
Note that each of these tutorials are written in a specific order. For example, you will need VitaShell installed to run certain tools, and so those instructions are found above the other tutorials. Long story short: if you just jump into a specific section and it references things you don’t understand (like VitaShell, AutoPlugin II, etc.), then scroll up a bit to find those particular instructions.Continue reading “Guide: PlayStation Vita”
In today’s quick guide we’ll show you how to enable and use the rewind and fast-forward functions on a lot of today’s best retro handheld devices. This method will work on any number of RetroArch-capable systems, such as the RG351P (or similar devices like the RGB10, OGA, RK2020), Retroid Pocket 2, and even a hacked PS Vita.Continue reading “Guide: Rewind and Fast Forward on Retro Handheld Devices”
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”
I’m starting a new series of quick tutorials for fundamental settings and features. Up first: RetroAchievements! This method can be used for any RetroArch-friendly handheld device, such as the RG351P/M, Retroid Pocket 2, RGB10, (hacked) PS Vita, and more.Continue reading “Guide: RetroAchievements on Retro Handheld Devices”
Last updated: 12JAN2021 (see Changelog for details)
RetroArch has a neat feature that allows you to play multiplayer games on different handheld devices. But the setup is more complicated than you might think. So this guide will walk you through all the things you need to know before beating the utter daylights out of your best friend in Street Fighter II.Continue reading “Guide: RetroArch NetPlay on Handheld Devices”
Let’s test out these PS Vita grips that have L2/R2 trigger buttons, making them a viable option for PS4 Remote Play or PS1 emulation. With Hori grips selling for $150+ right now, are these JEC budget grips worth $30/20?Continue reading “Review: PS Vita Grips with L2/R2 Buttons”
Last updated: 13DEC2020 (see Changelog for details)
If you’ve ever spent time on any emulation-related website, subreddit, YouTube comments, or discord server, you’ve heard the arguments: if you want a good handheld gaming device, you must buy a PS Vita. So I decided to pick up a PS Vita and give it the same critical eye that I like to give any of my handheld devices.Continue reading “PlayStation Vita as a Retro Handheld Gaming Device”