Welcome to RetroRGB, the site dedicated to keeping everyone up-to-date with everything the retro-gaming world has to offer!

Beginners are encouraged to check out the RGB Guide, anyone looking for console mods or technical info should go right to the Console Info & Mods section for guides, upgrade reviews and lots more!

…and of course, check out the news below and listen to the Weekly Roundup podcast that summarizes everything that’s been going on in the past week

Bob

Weekly Roundup #252

Here’s this week’s roundup, available as a video, as well as audio-only on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, Spotify and for direct-download:  https://www.retrorgb.com/podcast/?name=2021-05-05_252.mp3 If you enjoy these videos, please consider supporting this channel via monthly support services, tips, or even just by using our affiliate links to purchase things you were already going to buy anyway, at […]

Vanessa (Vanessaira)

PiStorm for Amiga Micro Computers

A new cost effective way to boost your Commodore Amiga micro computer is being developed.  This project which is known as PiStorm.  Is an open source effort that aims to be an effective yet cost reduced alternative to the many expensive Amiga upgrade efforts like the Vampire or the Warp 1260 projects.  The project utilizes […]

Bob

MemCard Pro Browser Support Added

A new firmware has just been released for the MemCard Pro that now allows you to access the saves in your browser, via your WiFi connection!  More info is available below and check out the original review for instructions on how to update the firmware and access the device via WiFi. Download the new firmware […]

Ray Commend

Demons of Asteborg is coming to the Sega Genesis/Mega Drive

A new action-platformer is coming soon to the Sega Genesis/Mega Drive. Created by Neofid Technology, Demons of Asteborg is a platform-based game with some metroidvania elements inspired by a lot of other MegaDrive/Genesis titles such as Ghouls n’ Ghosts, Castlevania, Mickey Mania, Space Harrier, and Panzer Dragoon according to the development team via their website. […]

Dan Mons

Raspberry Pi MAME benchmarks

Before I dive into the title subject, a small rant if I may. First and foremost, I’m a video game collector.  My personal collection of consoles, including duplicates, multiple hardware revisions and cross-region models (I live in a PAL territory, but also buy hardware from overseas) spans well over 80 consoles.  My physical game collection […]

Bob

The RetroTINK 5x Has Arrived!

Above is a deep-dive video revealing all the launch day features of the brand new RetroTINK 5x!  All the basics are in the first six minutes, but after that I go over all the awesome things this upscaler…and DOWNscaler can do!  Even if you’re a beginner who doesn’t normally care about extra features, I suggest […]

Dan Mons

mGBA to Dolphin (GameCube) emulator connectivity

Prominent open source emulators mGBA (for the Nintendo GameBoy Advance) and Dolphin (for the Nintendo GameCube) have announced substantial code updates in their connectivity between the two systems, simulating the GameCube GameBoy Advance Link cable setup, allowing interaction between the two emulated systems identical to how the original hardware works.  Supported games feature extra content […]

Bob

There’s nothing wrong with SCART

I can’t believe I’m forced to write something like this, but we’re living in a age where misinformation spreads like herpes:  There’s nothing wrong with using SCART.  In fact, if the standard was a bit more streamlined and cables manufacturers always made them perfectly to spec, the world would be recognizing SCART as the greatest […]