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The implementation is not complete, this is work in progress.

@PityOnU is working on a SuperFX hardware implementation in Verilog for SNES.
There are others working on GSU (Graphics Support Unit) solutions for sd2snes as well, check this forum topic over at krikzz.com for more info.
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Team MaxConsole Proudly Presents:
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...
The website 'Easter Egg' is a modified version of 'Space Invaders', which is called 'Bank of Canada: Inflation Busters'

Yesterday was 'International Women's Day', and as such Canada launched a new $10 bill featuring 'Viola Desmond', but the website also contained something cool for today's generation, an nice 'Easter Egg' that launches a modified version of the classic 'Space Invaders'.
Play NES In 3D - Back to the past by way of the future

3DNes V2 has been released with many new features and improvements, as you can see listed in the 'changelog' below, and incase you never heard of playing NES ROM's in 3D, check it out! :)
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:
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).
Video by the creator of FBAX, xSNES9x, Surreal 64, and Killer Instinct ports for the Original Xbox Console

Back in the early days of the original Xbox Scene, newcomer 'Lantus' entered the homebrew world with his port of the SNES9x Emulator releasing it on 'xbins' and the rest is a massive history of more Emulators and Homebrews, and now he looks back at the wonderful start of the Xbox Scene with his latest retro video which is released below.
Happy Valentines Day from Kevtris!

The Analogue Super NT was only released a few weeks ago, and most are still waiting for their pre-orders but already there is 'Jailbreak' out for it! -- Enjoy! :)
I will personally test this during my upcoming review, when I get my pre-ordered Super NT in the mail next month! :D

MORE INFO: --> https://github.com/SmokeMonsterPacks/Super-NT-Jailbreak
A stunning reimagined Atari ‘Retro’ Handheld with 50 built-in games and TV output!
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The Atari ‘Retro’ TV Plug and Play Joystick console is pre-loaded with 50 built-in games including Atari classics such as:
Asteroids, Adventure, Breakout, Centipede, Missile Command, Millipede, Pong, Sword Quest and many more!

Both will be available in March 2018, and more details will be announced soon, in the meantime check them out below! :)
The Super-Mini Gameboy-like Retro Video Gaming Project is already over 200% funded in less than 48 hours!

PocketSprite by PocketSprite.com is the world’s smallest playable emulation device. Ultraportable and ultraplayable, PocketSprite provides instant access to gaming classics.

Play all your favorite games: Game Boy, Game Gear, and more. Play it, put it down, and pick up right where you left off. Adding new games and apps is a one-click cinch. PocketSprite isn’t just tiny, it’s incredibly playable. It’s not a gimmick - it’s a full featured emulation console that fits on your keyring.

And, more importantly, it’s more than just an emulator: it’s also full-featured, open source development platform.
Zelda Glitch Hunters Discover a GameCube Emulator That Could Run on the Switch
At the very least, a GameCube game could virtually run on the Switch

Last year, it was announced that a special licensing agreement between Nvidia and Nintendo would allow the Nvidia Shield selling in China to have some old 'Nintendo' games from the Gamecube and Wii libraries, and its been discovered that the GC ones are emulated, which basically means in the near future we could see that emulator running on the Nintendo Switch either officially or unofficially since the Shield uses the same Tegra X1 processor as the Switch does.
FUZE Technologies Ltd is very excited to announce a plethora of renowned pixel artists have offered their gaming assets to be included with FUZE4 Nintendo Switch.

We reported on the fact 'FUZE4' was coming to the Switch last year, and now the developers behind their easy-to-learn BASIC coding studio, have recently contacted us directly to release the latest news that they are finally getting close to their big launch and have signed-up some amazing pixel artists to add awesome free-to-use graphics into your own homebrew games, this project is very interesting to me as one of main reasons I bought my TI-99/4a Home Computer back in the early '80s was because it included the BASIC Programming Language, and it helped spawn my whole career in computers software and...
A long time ago in a console far, far away….
Episode IV
Ezflash Reform

It was almost two decades ago that the Gameboy Advance system was released and people are still playing it. With AGS-101 backlight mods being abundant these days and plenty of flash cart options being available over the years, there is still demand for the most compatible and technologically advanced flash cartridge for the GBA.

We will see how feature packed and capable the latest flash cartridge is for this console: The EzFlash ReForm.

This is the MaxConsole Official Review of the latest Gameboy Advance Flash Cart product from China. We will cover the operation and configuration of this simple to use flash cartridge as well as testing several ROMs, including many that have been problematic to run on other flash cartridges and emulators. This flash cart is based on the Ezflash IV and supports...
Happy Holiday Retro Video Gaming Run Is Here Right Now!

Just as promised @Squarepusher and all his hard working Elf's have polished off a whole new version of RetroArch which adds a ton of features, please see their official release thread linked below for all the 'highlights' that have been added in this new stable build!
BigBoss releases MSX Emulator for usage on v1.76 firmwares!

It has been long time coming, with lots of teases by long-time PlayStation scene developers '@BigBoss', but finally as promised he has released his port version of fMSX emulator for those which are enjoying the nicest of owning a PS4 console still running the Jailbreak'able v1.76 firmware!