I recently bought an RGB SCART cable for the Neo Geo CD, I figured it’s all I needed to get super high quality Neo Geo CD video working with my Open Source Scan Converter (an upscaler). It didn’t work at all and I just assumed it was a faulty cable or my Neo Geo CD … Read moreFixing RGB Output on the Neo Geo CD
I have managed to collect quite a few Japanese Playstation games the past year, my favorite probably being Parappa the Rapper. I picked it up in a BookOff in Ojima, Japan for 108 yen, that’s about 80 cents, Complete in Box with all extras too! Here in Ireland a CiB PAL version goes for about … Read moreModding a Playstation 1 with an Arduino
You might remember my glitchy Mario from a previous blog post. Basically I thought my copy of Mario 2 was just old and glitchy, but it appears that it’s actually the Famicom Disk System RAM Cart that was causing the issue! I googled it and found this particularly useful blog post by synt4x and I’m … Read moreFix Glitchy Famicom Disk System Sprites!
I recently purchased a Pokemon themed Game Boy Color, the one with Pikachu and Pichu on the screen. It is a bit beat up, some scratches on the screen and the Dpad and buttons were a bit squishy and soft, nothing we can’t fix though and we can give it a little bit of a … Read moreReplace Screen Lens + Buttons on Game Boy Color
I’ve written this guide mainly because I had just a little bit of trouble figuring out the FDS Stick, I’ll try keep it short. Long story short, I expected it to be as easy as plugging it in, a folder pops up, drag games to folder and plug into the RAM Cart and off you … Read moreAdding Games to the FDS Stick