Category Archives: Reviews

Ultimate GameCube Combo & Setup

If $$$ was no object, what would be the ultimate GameCube setup?

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EON GCHD HDMI adapter:
Game Boy Player:
Hori Game Boy Controller:
Nintendo Wavebird controller:

There is a way to get a better home-brew Game Boy Player software, but the solution is a bit involved. You either need to use the Action Replay w/ a SD card or burn a special bootable DVDr. Instructions are here:

Analogue Super Nt – A SNES clone worth $190?!?

The SNES is one of the greatest consoles of all time and the Analogue Super Nt attempts to be the next evolution of the hardware engineered with an FPGA, no emulation and a goal for total accuracy. But does it live up to the hype? Here is my review!


** DISCLOSURE: I was sent two units for review, but this video was NOT sponsored and no one reviewed the video before release. The opinions are my own **

Ultimate GBA v2.0: Rechargeable Battery, Improved Screen, Better Sound & other tricks!

Here is the new and improved completely modded and custom Game Boy Advance handheld version 2.0 including:
* AGS-101 backlit display
* Voltage Regulator (Brighter display)
* Digital Brightness Control
* Hi-Fi Class-D amplifier w/ 24dB gain, Better noise filtering & Less distortion
* New High-End speaker w/ Better frequency response & Higher sensitivity
* Clockspeed options 1x, 2x, 4x, 0.5x
* Rechargeable Battery Pack


$400 N64 with HDMI?! Is it WORTH IT?!

Play your Nintendo 64 with bit-perfect video and audio on a modern HDTV with the UltraHDMI kit, which captures video as digital RGB, optionally adding processing like scanlines and crop/fill, producing up to 1080p HDMI output. This my review of the kit and whether I think it’s worth the high cost.

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** This is not a sponsored or paid review. I purchased the UltraHDMI kit and had Michael Smith of the Seattle Retro Gaming Group install it. The opinions expressed in the video are my own **

Is the RetroN 5 STILL WORTH IT?! The Good, the Bad & the LAME!

Hyperkin’s RetroN 5 continues to be a popular yet decisive retro clone system that has many redeeming qualities…and a few things it needs to improve upon. Metal Jesus & Kelsey give you their honest opinion after using the Retron 5 for several years.