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A Digital Review of the Analogue Super NT
A Digital Review of the Analogue Super NT
Released in Japan in November of 1990, the Super NES was arguably one of the best entertainment system consoles ever released. It gave the previously released Sega Genesis a run for its money by outselling it by over 10 million units and delighted its fan base with both a strong first party and third party support.
Today, we are able to re-live the '90s gaming experience via a new retro-style reboot of the classic console as a new offering from a well-known gaming accessory company called Analogue: The Analogue Super NT -- This robust little kit of a console offers native HDMI support and a cartridge slot which is not available in all other SNES clone offerings currently available in crowded retro console market.
Here, in the beginning of this review, I would like to emphasize to the end user...
RT @SciresM Looks like we got a SoC revision... Might be a good time to pick up a console with a vulnerable bootrom
Nintendo just rolled out the big Switch v5.0.0 Firmware, and already scene developers are ripping it apart, and it seems that there is new fuse entries, checks and support for 'Mariko' a new possible Tegra SoC, so that means it might be also possible that the known 'bootrom' exploit has been fixed.
General system stability improvements to enhance the user's experience!
Big 'N' has finally pushed out the much rumored and talk-about v5.0.0 firmware update for their Nintendo Switch console, and as usual if you wish to make usage of 'homebrew', 'emulators', 'trustzone' hacks/exploits in the now or near future, it is recommended NOT to update pass your current v4.1.0 possible-future-hackable or the working best v3.0.0 which already has an 'homebrew launchers' for it.
First of all, I don't have a Nintendo Switch *yet*, but I couldn't wait to jump into the homebrew bandwagon. So here it is, tetriswitch.
@Ryuzaki_MrL has released his homebrew tetris clone for the exploitable Nintendo Switch consoles, check it out below:
I made this little port of Snake for the Switch with LovePotion (thx TurtleP & Co for all the help <3 Bless your discord server)
@Shrike from GBATemp recently released his port of 'Snake' game as homebrew app to enjoy on exploitable Switch firmwares.
@SciresM releases a short 'teaser' video that shows his Switch booting-up and running his CFW up-to the Home Menu.
@SciresM is slowly making progress on his Atmosphere-NX CFW which will run on exploitable firmwares and the video below shows Team ReSwitched progress.
WARNING: may contain octopuses!
Nintendo Switch Something has been released @naehrwert, which seems to simulate the console 'boot-up', as noted below:
@hexkyz (via) Twitter
NEWS SOURCE #2: @naehrwert (via) Twitter
A classic remake of Linux Lopan (a Mahjong solitaire clone) by Dave Ashley
I been waiting for an indie developer to release a Mahjong game on Switch's eShop, but no longer have to wait thanks to @nop90
@FoxofGrey Releases his 'FizzBuzz_NX' 'homebrew' app for usage on 'hackable' Nintendo Switch consoles!
Since the launch of the 'homebrew' launcher for v3.0.0 Switch'ers we have seen alot of great apps released and here is yet another one!
Source code: https://github.com/Foxofgrey/FizzBuzz_NX/tree/Release
Yet Another Great Homebrew Port by @Rinnegatamante has been released recently to enjoy on your v3.0.0 Switch!
HCL-Switch is a port of Hydra Castle Labyrinth for Nintendo Switch, below is all the details on this new release/port to enjoy!
Long time no see! Finally, new version is here.
Hot on the recent 'hakchi2 CE' release, we have @ClusterM returning and updating his original hakchi2, below is the new changes:
This project was made by referencing both libnx's hello-world template and the original Pixel-Painter homebrew for the 3DS.
Another 'homebrew' app has been released for those that left their Switch consoles on v3.0.0 and are now enjoying the HBL release!
EasyRPG Player is a software allowing you to run games built with RPG Maker 2000 and RPG Maker 2003 on your system.
With the recent release of 'Homebrew Launcher' for v3.0.0 Switch consoles, now some good 'homebrew' is appearing from developers.
Mobile Phone PC Android Game-controller
8Bitdo SNES30, which is a super weapon in the game of fighting, using, shooting and emulator games. And best of all the sale price is only $24.99 when ordering using the coupon code US1618 which is valid until March 24th.
For PC IOS Android Portable Mini Game-controllers 8 Bitdo
This Wireless BT Pro Game Controller, with classic D-Pad and button layout, reminds you of retro 8 bit game consoles from the 80's and 90's. It works with your iPad and iPhone to play apps using a game controller with real tactile input. It also works with Android devices and Windows devices. This Wireless BT Pro Game Controller is the best for fighting, shooting action and emulator games. Plus best of all right now its only $24.99 when using code US3660 before March 23rd.
Wii U port greatly improved, Super Gameboy support, new Direct3D11/12 driver and more
Libretro developers just keep on amazing the world of emulators for classic gamers, by releasing another version of their world-famous RetroArch, with great news that original XBOX console is supported finally again, and they are hard at work on the SWITCH.
Forked from the original @ClusterM 'hakchi' releases, this one offers alot of UI improvements for the Retro Mini's
This is a fork of hakchi2 (by ClusterM) by princess_daphie, DanTheMan827, and skogaby. The aim of this fork is to not only provide new UI features and enhancements, but also bring the core of hakchi2 up to date with the rest of the modding ecosystem (i.e. USB host support, SD support).
Originally Planned for Feb. 1st Launch, the Two Week Delay Is now over, and its ready for all those to enjoy on v3.0.0
Plutoo just announced in a tweet that the Homebrew Launcher for Nintendo Switch has been released!
The exploit is browser based and currently works with firmware 3.0.0. After installation the Homebew Launcher can be started by accessing the 'Album' icon on the Switch. The installation requires DNS settings hack pointing to either external HTTP server or your own local one.
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