Last updated 15JUL2022
In this guide we’ll create our own “remaster” of Metroid Prime by upscaling the graphics, adding new textures, and implementing a modern control scheme thanks to a forked version of the Dolphin emulator called PrimeHack.
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The LarkBox X is Chuwi’s latest mini PC, running a Ryzen 7 3700U APU for about $400. In this video we’ll test how it performs with everyday computing tasks, PC gaming, and retro emulation in both Windows and Linux (Batocera) environments.
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Batocera flash drive guide
With an average price of $1,400, the AYANEO Next is an upcoming line of handheld PCs that seems to be focused on the premium and luxury gaming space. So in this video we’ll take a look at what it can do, and who might be interested in picking it up. And yes, something something Steam Deck.
More info here: https://next.ayaneo.com/
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The Super Console X Mini PC is a repackaged version of the popular Chuwi LarkBox Pro PC but with a customized 2TB hard drive filled to the brim with retro games. Let’s take a deep dive review and see how well this impressively small PC does when it comes to playing advanced systems like PSP, GameCube, Dreamcast, N64, PS2, and even Steam PC games.
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2TB loaded HDD
Last updated 05SEP2020
Many of the specialized programs needed to configure emulators and ROMs for your retro game collection are only available on Windows PCs. As a longtime Mac user (nearly 20 years and counting), I understand the frustration of not being able to access every program that PC users have at their disposal. But instead of going out and buying (or building) a PC of your own, any Mac built after 2007 or so is perfectly capable of running Windows in a virtual environment. So this quick guide will show you how to set up a virtual machine to run Windows within your Mac — for free.
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