SHIRO! sat down with John Linneman of Digital Foundry for the first of (hopefully many more) retro gaming conversations. We talk beginnings at Digital Foundry, the creation of his Retro Series, favorite consoles & games and several interesting graphics & performance idiosyncrasies of the 32-Bit consoles. While this chat didn’t get too far into the […]
Retro developer Fixel, who we’ve covered before for their 3DO optical drive emulator, has just announced and put up pre-orders for a Digital A/V mod that supports multiple consoles. As of this article, the kit supports: Earlier 3DO console revisions with a MADAM & CLIO chip. This mod may eventually support the single chip ANVIL 3DO […]
Humble Bazooka, a retro hardware developer currently distributing their retail projects through Stone Age Gamer, has announced a new product in their line of BlueRetro Bluetooth controller adapters: the 3DOBT. For those of you just becoming aware of BlueRetro, it is a hardware-agnostic Bluetooth controller adapter that supports just about any video game console you […]
My Life in Gaming creators Coury Carlson and Marc Duddleson have released a new video that discusses first-party controller designs from the fifth and sixth generation of home consoles (1993-2006). My Life in Gaming is a YouTube channel known for producing high-quality content that explores topics ranging from maximizing the fidelity of your retro gaming experience, to […]
Jenovi from Retro Impressions and Rob from Reddit’s r/retrogaming just interviewed Trip Hawkins, former CEO of Electronic Arts and The 3DO Company. It’s interesting to hear from him all these years later and share the insight and perspective he has on the game industry! Check out a link to the audio-only interview below and make […]
Jenovi’s Retro Impressions has just posted the third video in his series of games that could have been released on the follow-up to the 3DO, the M2. I would have never guessed this many games were planned for a system that was never released!
Jenovi’s Retro Impressions has just posted another video in his series of games that could have been on the follow-up to the 3DO, the M2.