Glad to hear it, I’ve had my eye on one.
Have you played with a Hyperkin 6 button controller (wired)? Interested to see how they compare given the significant price difference. (I realize it’s a wireless to wired comparion with respect to price so it’s not 1:1.)
Yes, my primary Genesis controller is the Hyperkin. The Joyzz feels a fair bit better, particularly in terms of weight. As for latency, I haven’t noticed a difference at all.
I totally forgot about that controller, glad to see it is getting some good reviews. Going to have to buy it now.
<3 Top Gear
Never even heard of these games.
Maybe because they’re super rare?
Well reviewed Indie games published by a new ‘Limited Run Gaming’ type company in the UK.
I was interested in Flame and the Flood due to the art style and music and was about to buy digital when I heard there was a physical release, which led me to their other release so far which also looked cool so grabbed the double pack
I always kind of wanted one just for Wario. Nice pick-ups!
I have 3 broken virtual boys
I don’t have a personal photo because I had a hell of a time popping it in and out of the case and various slots to get it to work, but I picked up one of those Datapath RGB E1S capture cards and it’s incredible. It accepts every input I could throw at it, including all of the OSSC’s weird modes, as well as 240p/224p passthrough. The latency on the preview window is also super low.
My goal for this card is to write a Retroarch core that interfaces with the card, so I can take advantage of Retroarch’s shader stack to get a fantastic CRT simulation on output from real consoles.
If anybody else is interested in one of these cards, they retail for $800+ but this guy on eBay has been selling them for about $170 for months.
Worth it. Still a crime that it wasn’t even ported to 3ds.