Welcome to RetroRGB, the site dedicated to keeping everyone up-to-date with everything the retro-gaming world has to offer!

Beginners are encouraged to check out the RGB Guide, anyone looking for console mods or technical info should go right to the Console Info & Mods section for guides, upgrade reviews and lots more!

…and of course, check out the news below and listen to the Weekly Roundup podcast that summarizes everything that’s been going on in the past week

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GameCube SD2SP2 v2.0

Greg from LaserBear is now selling the latest version of the SD2SP2 – A device that allows you to connect a MicroSD card to the rear port of a GameCube.  The previous version worked well, however this update from Extrems fixes some streaming issues and decreases the cpu usage when using a SD2SP2 device.  It […]

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OSSC Firmware Update v1.10

Markus has just released a new (free as always!) firmware update for the original OSSC.  This adds features that focus on passing signals through to a scaler without analog video inputs like the Morph, as well as a VRR flag for HDMI output, a Lumacode decoder and improved sampling jitter reduction, which makes setting phase […]

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OSSC v1 Hardware Mod

Rees recently posted a video walkthrough of how to mod your v1.6 or earlier Open Source Scan Converter to be compatible with the v1.0 and up Firmwares.  Without this mod, all OSSC hardware revisions before the recent v1.8 will not work with the newer firmwares.  If you accidentally flash the wrong one, you can simply […]

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The RetroTINK 4K can Downscale

The RetroTINK 4K is first and foremost an upscaler, and although possible, downscaling is not an officially supported or advertised feature. How well it downscales is dependant on the menu items intended for upscaling. Fortunately, downscaling (technically decimating) on the RetroTink 4K works well to restore integer-upscaled games that were drawn in 240p. So well in […]

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MiSTerAddons 24-Bit I/O Board

Sorg, creator of the MiSTer project, recently released an updated I/O board design, that outputs true 24-bit analog video.  This will allow cores like the PlayStation and Nintendo 64 to output at their full potential.  As Sorg doesn’t sell any hardware, we have to rely on the community to build these designs and the first […]

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Memcard Pro GC Cloud Saves

A new firmware was just released for the GameCube version of the MemCard Pro that allows for backing up your card via the cloud.  At the moment, only Google Drive is supported, but more providers will be added in the future.  You can also flip the screen, which is perfect for Wii users and a new […]

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Weekly Roundup #414

The Roundup is available as a video and on all audio-only podcast services, such as iTunes, Google, Stitcher, Spotify, Amazon Music and direct-download:  https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/retrorgb If you enjoy these videos, please consider supporting this channel via monthly support services, tips, or even just by using our affiliate links to purchase things you were already going to buy […]

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M3: Marsupial MiSTer Multisystem

Koala Koa has just started selling fully loaded MiSTer kits, based on Heber’s open source MiSTer Multisystem.  These kits are pre-configured and even include TapTo pre-installed into the case, with some NFC cards to launch the licensed games that come pre-loaded.  Tons more details below and a full unboxing and demo can be found above, but […]