The TerraOnion MEGASD is reaching customers who pre-order this week!

A few friends have received the MEGASD today on the mail, and it looks like the news are not that great. People are complaining about the sound on the system. To this moment I have two people that mentioned no sound on all SEGA CD games, and one reported no sound on SEGA Genesis games, plus Mega Drive games do not load. It looks like the TerraOnion MEGA SD is off to a bad start. One of these friends said he does not recommend the MEGA SD to anyone, it’s been a hassle to him to make the thing work properly. I have never seen people complain about the Everdrive, and this is supposed to be better.

I have not purchased one, because it is quite expensive and I rather get my third Commodore Amiga computer on my collection than this and they would be pretty much the same price, LOL!

In all seriousness, I will keep an eye on this development and report it right here for you!

SEGA sends out review units of the SEGA Genesis Mini to the media, including some of your favorite youtubers! Here’s what they are thinking!

There is nothing like sit down, relax and see some of your favorite YouTubers from the classic gaming scene review a new retro console that we still can’t get our hands on! Let’s get real, we are not big enough (yet!) to receive some of these review units ourselves when they are about to be released, so we have to rely on our trustworthy YouTube gaming celebrities to know what’s the deal on some new toy that’s coming along!

The actual SEGA Genesis Mini will be released to the public on September 19th, 2019, and it’s being expected to be at least to the level of Nintendo’s NES and SNES mini consoles, so, now that some units are out in the able hands of journalists and YouTubers, what’s the buzz around the unit?

MAME 0.213 Released!

It’s impressive how the MAMEDev Team keeps pouring life into our lives with constant MAME releases, and with another month comes another MAME release! MAME 0.213 is out today and it comes packed with new additions and changes on the console, computer and, of course Arcade Emulation sides.

Take a look at all the latest stuff that has been added:

Finally, the much awaited Raspberry Pi 4 is out now!

After months of speculation, the Raspberry Pi Foundation finally released the all new Raspberry Pi 4 to the public! The Raspberry Pi 4 Model B comes surprisingly in 3 different “flavors”, with models that have 1GB, 2GB and 4GB of RAM, and prices varying from $35 on the 1GB model to $55 for the 4GB model.

The Raspberry Pi foundation claims this new version was designed to give you a “complete desktop experience”, however, everyone including your mother knows right now that the Pi is a very powerful little single board computer that can handle classic emulation really well! The previous model, the Raspberry Pi 3 B+, was capable of running PlayStation 1 games at full speed. Although The Pi up to this point has been able to run almost everything from the late 90’s and down, as far as emulation goes, it was not very successful at emulating systems like the Nintendo 64, SEGA Saturn and the Panasonic 3DO, all part of the same generation as the PlayStation 1, so the new Raspberry Pi 4 – specially the 4GB RAM version – is expected to be able to at least improve the emulation of such systems, compared to its older brother.

WinUAE v4.2.1 Released!

WinUAE v4.2.1 is out now! This new version fixes a few bugs found on the 4.2.0 version, plus some other old bugs. Make sure you read the entire post to see exactly what was fixed!

WinUAE is the Commodore Amiga hardware emulator for Windows. The Amiga, for those who don’t know, is a 16/32 bit computer system based on the Motorola 680×0 CPU architecture with a few specially designed custom chips that provided very good graphics and sound capabilities that were ahead of their time way back then. Its first incarnation, the A1000, appeared in 1985, followed by the highly successful A500 and A2000 models.

Happy Pi Day! A Brand New Raspberry PI 3 is out!!

The Raspberry Pi foundation released a new Raspberry Pi today to celebrate Pi day! A few improvements were made in the specs of the micro single board computer, but do not expect a huge increase in performance from the Pi 3 Model B. The Model B+ that just released has a slightly faster 1.4 GHz quad-core processor, Bluetooth 4.2, dual-band Wi-Fi and 3x faster ethernet port, even though not by much, this version is a clear update from the previous version, and expect everyone to be using this one from now on, specially because it comes at the same $35 base price.

WinUAE v3.6.1. Final Released!

WinUAE v3.6.1 Final is released. WinUAE is the commodore amiga emulator for Windows. WinUAE is a mostly complete software emulation of the hardware of the Commodore Amiga 500/1000/2000. A Commodore Amiga, for those who don’t know, is a 16/32 bit computer system based on the Motorola 680×0 CPU and a few specially designed custom chips that provide very good graphics and sound capabilities. Its first incarnation, the A1000, appeared in 1985, followed by the highly successful A500 and A2000 models.

WinUAE is a port of the originally written for Unixish systems UAE; but over time, it seems the Windows port, WinUAE has become the best version available on any platform. WinUAE is free software: you are welcome to distribute copies of it and/or modify it, under certain conditions. There is no warranty of any kind for UAE. For more details concerning these issues, please read the GNU General Public License, which describes the terms under which WinUAE is distributed.

| Download WinUAE v3.6.1. Final Here |

MAME 0.195 Released

The MAME Dev Team released another full version of the emulator today! This version comes with a ton of bugfixes and improved emulation on a number of arcade games. Take a look at the list of changes below!

Get it here:
| MAME 0.195 Releases |

If you don’t know what MAME is, MAME stands for Multiple Arcade Machine Emulator. When used in conjunction with images of the original arcade game’s ROM and disk data, MAME attempts to reproduce that game as faithfully as possible on a more modern general-purpose computer. MAME currently emulates several thousand different classic arcade video games from the late 1970s through the modern era.