These things are supposed to be limited to 18-inches, while I had no issues in my testing at 24-inch, your … Continue reading
Oh my lovely Kasumi Blue, we have long since parted ways but fond memories still remain to this day. In … Continue reading
Today we have a very quick video from the archives that gives a vague idea of how to flash your newly patched … Continue reading
See that little purple “.onion available” note? Thanks to the work by the Tor Project here they’ve got a way to present clearnet (normal) internet sites to route through tor at the click of a button. Of course this has … Continue reading
The Sega Saturn Phantom Universal modchip uses Kynar wire for great cabling! 26-30 AWG wire on the 5V rail seems to work well. … Continue reading
With what feels like 500 years ago now, I had an Xbox 360 to play Burnout Revenge. I picked up a brand new Xbox 360 from my local EBGames… Yeeeep! That’s now long ago it was, the darned thing was … Continue reading
Here we dissect the PSP-1000 to try and work out why my buttons aren’t working. I don’t think I got very far with this one … Continue reading
The Kasumi Xbox of awesomeness! Such an incredible shade of blue, and now full of so many cool upgrades. Released back into … Continue reading
Don’t you just love the colours?
CONIC TEOM, GAROC ONTC!
Blue streak? More like garbled blue smudge!
Casino Night Zone? More like… I can’t even!
I am pretty sure this was done on a Mega Drive Model … Continue reading
Ahh yes, trusty old EarthBound also known as:
EARTH BOUND NTSC
ROM and SRAM
64 kbit (8kB)
1 indicates number of ROM chips.
J means HiRom
3 means 8kB SRAM
M is MAD-1 chip
After … Continue reading