Let’s take a deep dive into the tiny FunKey S retro handheld console. It can play games up to and including PS1, but is it worth your time and money?Continue reading “Review: FunKey S”
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”
Last updated 06SEP2020
Some of the classic games were short compared to today’s standards, and so in order to keep people from blazing through the game and losing interest, many publishers required their developers to make their games more challenging. This extra challenge was sometimes perfectly balanced, but in many instances it made the games frustratingly difficult to play. So this guide will show you how to implement cheats for most systems that run on the RG350 devices.Continue reading “Guide: Ultimate RG350 cheats guide”
Last updated 11APR2021 (see Changelog for details)
One of the most fundamental aspects of owning an RG350 (or any emulation device, really) is to learn how to load your game files onto it. In this guide I will walk you through how to install all of the major home console and handheld device emulators, load their game files, plus highlight any unique configurations that are needed to make sure your games are running perfectly. While you’re here, be sure to check out my other comprehensive guides:
My comprehensive RG350 install guides:
Here is a quick video to showcase the ideal RG350/RG350M display settings for your Game Boy Advance games within the ReGBA emulator. In a nutshell, you’ll want to set the display scaling to “hardware”, remove any forced sharpening, and adjust the aspect ratio by pressing START + A. And be sure to grab the most updated emulator available on my home console and handheld guide. Enjoy!