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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

Retro Labs RetroTINK 5x Remote Control Overlay

Retro Labs has just opened sales on their remote control overlay for the RetroTINK 5x.  The price is $10 CAD, which came to about $11 USD after shipping to NYC. RT5x Remote Overlay:  https://retrolabs.com/mods/retrotink-5x-remote-control-overlay-decal I love everything about this:  Mike used a generic remote control to keep the cost of the RT5x down and most people […]

Bob

The Making Of Super Mario Kart

Yahel from Wresting With Gaming has just posted a new documentary, this time about one of the most iconic games of the 16-bit era:  Super Mario Kart.  The video goes into detail about how a game that was originally intended as F-Zero 2 (2-player), evolved into a franchise that’s still a major part of Nintendo’s […]

Bob

RetroTINK 5x Firmware v1.29

UPDATED 06/19:  Cable/Harware requirements have been expanded.  See below… Mike Chi has just released another firmware for the RetroTINK 5x that adds an interesting feature:  The ability to automatically scale the Game Boy Interface software to 6x, 7x and 8x.  Here’s links to everything you need, with lots more info below the RT5x updating instructional […]

Bob

Belkin SCART Cable Review

I recently saw a SCART cable made by the company Belkin, that had a round cable coming out of the center of each connector, as apposed to the standard angled connector you’ll normally find on SCART cables.  I wanted to give it a try for use with the RT5x, as well as other devices were […]

Bob

Beware of Analogue DAC SCART Cables!

I recently posted about being careful when using “MiSTer SCART cables”, as they need to have the proper resistor on the sync line.  After that post, I started getting some questions about the Analogue consoles “VGA-style” output as well – and realized I’d completely forgot to test them in my HD15-2-SCART adapter video!  Turns out, […]

Bob

Weekly Roundup #258

Here’s this week’s roundup, available as a video, as well as audio-only on iTunes, Google, Stitcher, Spotify and many others as well as direct-download: 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 […]