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

Bob

How Nintendo DS Graphics Worked

Modern Vintage Gamer has just released a video demonstrating how the graphics worked in the Nintendo DS handheld console.  It was impressive to see how both 2D and 3D graphics could be used together to create very detailed looking games, even in such a small resolution. If this is your first time watching an MVG […]

Bob

Weekly Roundup #237

Here’s this week’s roundup!  An audio-only version, is available on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, Spotify and for direct-download:  https://www.retrorgb.com/podcast/?name=2021-01-20_237.mp3 Video available on YouTube (above), LBRY and Bitchute:  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 anyway, at no […]

NeoSaveKeepa – Magnetic storage case for NeoSaveMasta memory cards for Neo Geo.

I recently designed this magnetic latching storage case for the excellent NeoSaveMasta memory cards by NeoTurfMasta for the Neo Geo.   I had originally tinkered with a print in place plastic hinge system, but felt that it was too flimsy and would be something that would easily fail over time. Since the case, when closed, […]

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Saturn Grandia English Translation Release Candidate Published

Since September of 2018 TrekkiesUnite118 has been working on an English translation patch for the Saturn version of the JRPG Grandia.  I’ve written about this project a couple of times before when it passed a milestone, and now the story seems to be finally coming to a close. Early this month thanks to some absolute […]

Rany Battikh

RGB Modding a PVM-20L1

Martin Hejnfelt, mostly known for reverse engineering the BKM-129x add-on cart for Sony PVM and BVM monitors, has recently posted a detailed guide about RGB modding a PVM 20L1. The “L” series, most often referred to as the final manufactured line of professional CRT monitors by Sony, was released throughout the early to mid 2000s. […]

Bob

Neo Geo: Open MVS

The Open MVS is a kit designed to consolize Neo Geo MV1C motherboards.  It’s available to purchase as a complete unit and as a DIY kit.  It’s also completely open source, so you can make your own if you’d like. If you liked this video and want to support more projects like this, please consider […]

Bob

Satiators Available To Order

Professor Abrasive has just opened public orders on Satiator optical drive emulators.  The price is $260 and there are a few in stock now, with a much larger stock coming soon that should make them readily available. Satiator:  https://www.satiator.net/Satiator_p_12.html 128GB SD Card:  https://amzn.to/2Kqw01C The Satiator is an awesome device, but it might not be for everyone.  […]