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HDMI solution for Megadrive now available

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Pound Technology expands their line of HDMI cables to include the Sega Genesis

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What is the Brawler64?

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The Brawler64 is one of the best alternatives for the original controller available! Nowadays, the original N64 controller feels clunky to use, and hasn't aged that well over the years. The Brawler64 aims to fix this by emulating the design and button layout of the Xbox controller, making the controller feel extremely familiar to what you are already used to in a modern controller. The 'Z' button has been moved from the back of the original controller to the 'triggers' of the Brawler64 whilst, the analogue stick and D-pad have been pushed to the left side - directly where the...

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Outward Review

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Reviewed on: PS4 Publisher: Deep Silver   Outward is an open-world RPG game set in the Aurai fantasy realm which contains hostile enemies who are ready to attack and raid your equipment at any given chance. The world is large and feels unrestricted but requires you to use crafting skills to stay alive. It reminds us very much of the Dark Soul’s franchise. Aurai is controlled by Four factions, the Blue Chamber Collective, Holy Mission of Elatt, Soroboreans and Heroic kingdom of Levant. You are expected to join one of these factions and help them succeed. Manoeuvring around the map...

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London Gaming Market March 2019

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We attended the London Gaming Market in March and had a great day showcasing our great product range. Retro gamers loved the range and were equally suprised such cables existed.

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Universal Game Cases are the best way to protect retro game cartridges

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The biggest worry for most collectors is how to store and protect games that have no boxes. Cartridges are made from robust plastic shells but the connectors can be prone to picking up dust and scratches which can result in not functioning correctly. The Universal Game Combo Cases have been designed to store SNES, N64, MegaDrive, PS1, Dreamcast  (including EA games) & most CD based games. The case has a full clear plastic sleeve on the outside for art inserts and also accomodates manuals inside the case. The game cartridge is held in place by plastic mould which has been designed...

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