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”
The Super Console X looks really cheap, but it actually packs quite a punch. And at $65, this is the most affordable and best no-fuss emulation experience for your TV available today.Continue reading “Review: Super Console X”
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I wasn’t expecting much from the PowKiddy V90, but I underestimated it. This little clamshell device was everything I was hoping for in a budget handheld. I’m comfortable saying that this is one of the best sub-$40 handheld devices you can buy, and it makes a great gift to friends and loved ones.
One of my favorite aspects of this device is the fact that it just uses a Nokia phone battery, and it’s easy to access and swap. If you’d like to buy a replacement (or upgraded) battery for the device, the ShenMZ or Taeozi models are recommended.Continue reading “PowKiddy V90 Review and Guide”
This case is actually made for hard drives, but it fits a bunch of retro handheld devices, too. So let’s check it out.Continue reading “Review: UGREEN “Retro Handheld” Case”
For a sub-$80 handheld, I don’t think that the PowKiddy RGB10 can be beat. So let’s take a deep dive into the device to go over all the things I love about this little guy, and some of the things I wish were a bit better.
Buy one here (check for coupons!)Continue reading “In-Depth Review: PowKiddy RGB10”
I wasn’t expecting much from this device when it first arrived, but I have to say that it won me over. Let’s check out this hidden gem together.Continue reading “PowKiddy A13 – Unboxing and Review”
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”