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”
Last Updated: 23FEB2021
When it comes to custom firmware options for the RG351 devices, 351ELEC is a masterclass in curation and user friendliness. While I adore ArkOS for how easy it is to tinker with the device and firmware, 351ELEC is more suited to those who just want to jump into some games without having to do a lot of tweaking.
Lucky for us, 351ELEC 2.0 is now available, and it has hundreds (over 275, to be more precise) of new tweaks under the hood and in the user experience. Check out the video for my full breakdown, and also see the notes below for links to some of the things I mention in the video.Continue reading “351ELEC 2.0 Released: The Ultimate “Plug and Play” Firmware for RG351 Devices”
Last updated: 18FEB2021 (see Changelog for details)
Games made with RPG Maker just won’t quit. This classic tool still has new releases coming out all the time, and the vast majority of them are free and a lot of fun. Luckily, you can actually play most games that were made with RPG Maker 2000 and RPG Maker 2003 on the Anbernic RG351P and RG351M, and this guide will show you how.Continue reading “Guide: RPG Maker Games on RG351 Devices”
Last updated: 12FEB2021
Today I’m going to give you a quick overview of Anberports, a neat pre-compiler app for RG351 devices running on ArkOS firmware. You can use it to load over 25 standalone ports, like Half-Life, Quake III Arena, Diablo II, and Aliens vs. Predator, plus run streaming services like Moonlight, Stadia, and even GeForce Now. It’s still a little buggy, but if you’re looking to push the limits of your device, you’ll love this feature!Continue reading “AnberPorts for RG351 Devices — Diablo II, Moonlight, Stadia, and more!”
Last updated: 07FEB2021 (see Changelog for details)
The Amiga 500 and CD32 systems have endured in popularity for over 30 years. Today we’re going to see if we can get them running on the RG351 systems.Continue reading “Guide: Amiga 500 and CD32 on RG351 Devices”
Last updated: 04FEB2021
In today’s quick guide I will show you how to use cheats 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 RG351M (or similar devices like the RGB10, OGA, RK2020), the Retroid Pocket 2, and even a hacked PS Vita.Continue reading “Guide: RetroArch Cheats on Handheld Devices”
Last updated: 28FEB2021 (see Changelog for details)
There is a lot of different options available to you when you play handheld systems like the Game Boy or Game Gear on the RG351P or RG351M. So in this guide I’ll walk you through how to set up overlays, shaders, colorization, and ghosting in order to accurately recreate those original handheld systems.
Note that these instructions are specifically for the ArkOS and 351ELEC custom firmwares. If you are using the stock firmware, you can generally just follow the ArkOS instructions, but I would recommend you check out my firmware comparison guide and make the switch to one of these.Continue reading “Guide: Handheld Screen Settings for RG351 Devices”
The Anbernic RG351 devices are the best retro handheld devices you can buy at around the $100 price range (for now). So which one should you buy — the older, cheaper RG351P, or the new premium RG351M?
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Last updated: 20JAN2021 (see Changelog for details)
Were you entranced by the incredible graphics of LaserDisc arcade games back in the early 1980s? Me too. I have a vivid memory of my brothers and I shoving quarter after quarter into Dragon’s Lair one day, only to find that the game was super hard and that we were basically throwing our money away.
Luckily, there is a LaserDisc arcade emulator available on the RG351 (and other retro handheld devices), so you can play these games without having to sacrifice precious quarters. So this guide will walk you through how to get it set up.
Special thanks to Martin Newland who sent me some helpful tips and tricks to get this guide started.Continue reading “Guide: Daphne on RG351 devices”
The RG351M arrived on my doorstop today. Let’s see how it compares to my beloved RG351P.Continue reading “RG351M — Worth the Upgrade?”