1. Old Games On New TVs: PS2, OSSC, and Retro Gaming Cables

    Old Games On New TVs: PS2, OSSC, and Retro Gaming Cables

    I always felt emulation and a good controller were enough to get the job done. Not just for old games, but for anything. Road repair. Animal husbandry. Hostage negotiations.

  2. Old Games On New TVs: The Sega Dreamcast

    Old Games On New TVs: The Sega Dreamcast

    The Sega Dreamcast. Once the sport of kings, now relegated to the Refuse Quarter's sprawling mound of abandoned hoop-and-sticks. How do you get the most out of one today? Do any of its games hold up?

  3. Old Games On New TVs: The Original, Huge, Xbox

    Old Games On New TVs: The Original, Huge, Xbox

    Replacing the hard drive is basically surgery, which must be performed WHILE THE XBOX IS RUNNING AND ALSO YOU ONLY HAVE FOUR SECONDS TO MAKE THE SWAP

  4. Analogue's Mega Sg: Tommy Lasorda Never Looked So Good

    Analogue's Mega Sg: Tommy Lasorda Never Looked So Good

    The Mega Sg is a remarkable console that plays all the classic Genesis games: Tommy Lasorda Baseball, Tommy Lasorda & Earl, Tommy Lasorda Zwei

  5. MiSTer FPGA - Tinker, Tailor, Solder, Sprite

    MiSTer FPGA - Tinker, Tailor, Solder, Sprite

    What if MAME was hardware-based with a broader scope? What if the Mega SG required more tinkering but had the potential to run everything up to the Saturn and N64? What if my clunky rhetorical questions painted a decent enough picture of the MiSTer for you to let this paragraph slide?

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