Retro Arena: An Anbernic RG Arc Custom Firmware

Retro Arena: An Anbernic RG Arc Custom Firmware

The Anbernic RG Arc is such a strange, yet cool device. Resembling a Sega Saturn controller, it is a little disappointing that some of the performance for Saturn isn’t the best. The hopes of a Custom Firmware arriving to fix that besides GammaOS have been slow and...
The Nintendo DSi: An Appreciation Post

The Nintendo DSi: An Appreciation Post

I am a child of the early 2010s, and as pretty much anybody alive at that time would know, everybody owned a DS. Your kids begged you for one, your classmates would sneak in a couple of minutes of Pokemon during class, and your teachers picked them off those...
Practicality of Pocketable Portables

Practicality of Pocketable Portables

Retro Handhelds are great. One of the biggest selling points is how portable they are. I am always intrigued by that as a person who never takes them anywhere. I just play on the couch while watching tv. Sure, I have taken my Steam Deck to a hotel once or twice and...
Nintendo Handhelds As Subway Subs Pt. 2

Nintendo Handhelds As Subway Subs Pt. 2

by joe Salutations fellow New Nintendo 3DS XL Majora’s Mask Limited Edition Console enjoyers! Thank you to the 1 person who asked for part 2 of this… Thing, for without it Stubbs wouldn’t have thrown me another 100mbs of internet. Instead of using it to ask for...
Celeste 64: A Challenging New Perspective

Celeste 64: A Challenging New Perspective

Celeste is a great game. It was even a joke for a while that anytime someone asked for a hidden gem, it was always Celeste being suggested. Jokes aside, it is because it is one of the best indie games ever released. If you haven’t played it before, I highly suggest...