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New Playstation 1/2/3 Breakout Board for RGB, Component, Composite, S-video, and Audio

Jacob Proctor has released an open-source PCB schematic for a Playstation 1, 2, and 3 audio-video breakout board. It supports RGBS, Component, Composite, S-video, stereo audio, and obviously is zero lag. Users can decide if they’d like to use RCA or BNC jacks, or a VGA breakout (like MiSTer’s IO Board), and it can do […]

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Ghostbusters 2009 Getting “Remastered” Release on PS4

Sony has just announced they’ll be releasing a remastered version of “Ghostbusters: The Video Game” in 2019.  Sony claims the game itself will be updated with “enhanced textures and lighting” and I assume that means higher resolution rendering as well.  Also, all the cutscenes will supposedly be in 4K, as according to the blog: “All […]

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8bitdo releases DIY Modkits for PS1 & PS1 Classic

You can now add the Playstation & Playstation Classic controllers to the growing list of wireless options from 8bitdo. For those not familiar with the DIY kits from 8bitdo, they essentially allow you to swap the internal circuit board of an original controller from a classic console to replace it with a new Bluetooth version […]

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Playstation Classics Spotted at Wal-Mart for $25

Brooklyn Video Games posted a picture that appears to show Wal-Mart clearing out Playstation Classic consoles for $25. Although no one has confirmed the deal yet. I’ve been intrigued by the PS Classic since it was first revealed to be nothing more than an extremely weak software-emulation platform based on PCSX. Almost any phone can […]

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PS Vita Video-Out via Raspberry Pi

xCorra posted a video of a successful video-out solution for the PlayStation Vita via a Raspberry Pi. Most games work, and they are working on a Wifi streaming option for the titles that aren’t supported. Of course, the PSTV is an out-of-the-box solution for Vita HDMI video capture… “Hello, so this is my 2nd update […]

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PSIO Firmware Update

A new PSIO new firmware was released that fixes XA audio playback among other glitches:  http://ps-io.com/news/ In order to update your firmware, you need to log into your account, then get the firmware from:  http://ps-io.com/downloads/ Some people have reported new bugs with this firmware, as well as issues updating.  The team behind it seems very responsive […]