ArkOS R3XS: A Firmware for the Frugal

ArkOS R3XS: A Firmware for the Frugal

Simply put, budget emulation handhelds used to suck – A lot. Just a few short years ago, e-waste ruled the space, and more capable devices came with a hefty price increase. The tech internals continue to strive forward, but sometimes it’s nice to pause and...
Upgrade Your Odin 2 With These Sticks

Upgrade Your Odin 2 With These Sticks

So you’ve got yourself a new Odin 2. You’ve climbed the mountain of handheld emulation and ended up here, with one of the finest examples of hardware in the hobby. It’ll run almost anything you throw at it without breaking a sweat. And yet, after...
Anbernic RG280M: My First Retro Handheld

Anbernic RG280M: My First Retro Handheld

There is no doubt that the emulation landscape has grown by leaps and bounds in the short few years since the pandemic. A lot of people found themselves with extra time they weren’t used to having, and started to pine for the games that they had so much fun...
Rabbit’s Delight: Easter Eggs in Video Games

Rabbit’s Delight: Easter Eggs in Video Games

  Hippitus Hoppitus Deus Domine: The premiere holiday celebrating egg-laying cottontails is upon us once more. Hens sometimes lay these eggs in baskets of plastic hay, while other times they litter the eggs around fields and playgrounds.¬†And sometimes, when the...
Keep Calm and Emulate On

Keep Calm and Emulate On

My journey into the world of emulation began during my high school years in the late 90s, sparked by a friend’s tip that I could transform my PC into a gateway to the gaming past. Denied access to consoles like the NES during my childhood due to parental...