The RX for what ails your DS
There’s an update to the virtually-unknown PC Engine/TurboGrafx emulator for DS:
Finally added CD-ROM audio through the use of .bin/.cue files, make sure to read the CDROM_readme.txt file for how to rip your CD games correctly.
*Added support for CD-ROM images in .bin/.cue format.
*Added support CD audio playing.
I’ve tried the previous versions and, surprisingly, it’s pretty damn fast/accurate, so if you love the PCE (and, really, who doesn’t), grab it and give it a go:
You can get the new rev here.
Ronald McDonald Red isn’t exactly subtle, is it?
As if your very own phaser wasn’t enough cause to reach for a fresh pair of Hanes, now we have a DIY guide to building your own, portable, N64, and it’s actually smaller and far more portable than Ben Heck’s:
He also has portable PC Engines and PSOnes, among others, filling out a resume of reasons why women should never, ever, date him.1 (Luckily, he’s wearing a wedding ring, so some
poor lucky girl already saved the rest of you.)
1 In other words, a kindred spirit, *cries*.
This AM brings a completely out of left field development in the form of a so freshly-translated PC Engine Super CD RPG that the bits are still cooling on the patch–careful! It’s still hot!
If you’d be interested in taking a jaunt through this startling arrival, your odyssey begins here.
H/T: The Arch-Nerd