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    Thursday, May 28, 2015
citra progress Etrian Mystery Dungeon video

New week and a new video for citra the open source 3DS emulator.
This time they've posted a new video of Etrian Mystery Dungeon, and showcases the Tutorial Dungeon in Citra.


We play through the tutorial on Citra, fighting against unfamiliar, unintuitive keyboard controls. The game on its own looks great in Citra; this is definitely one to watch for very early on.

Citra still has no audio emulation, so the music is borrowed from Etrian Odyssey 2. If you're interested in the track, it's from the Forbidden Woods Labyrinth.


source youtube.

Video in comments.
 



    Monday, May 25, 2015
Yanese Version 0.76 released

yanese Yet Another NES Emulator, has released another version today of its emulator with the following changes:


APU: There was an error in APU generating IRQs that didn't let to play some roms like "Alien III". It was fixed and now Blargg's "Clock Jitter" test pass.
Memory Leaks: Fixed a seriuos bug that somethimes left memory leaks.
Error while quitting: Sometimes when the emu was closed the app crashed. It's fixed.
Improved some code.


Get the latest version from http://www.yanese.com/
 



    Friday, May 22, 2015
Citra progress, rollercoaster tycoon 3d video

New progress today from the citra team, in the form of a new video.

This time for the game rollercoaster tycoon 3D.


Ever wanted to play Rollercoaster Tycoon with harsh limits on the number of rollercoasters (3 per park!) and any other attractions? Rollercoaster Tycoon 3D actually runs fairly well on Citra, with only some minor zfighting issues on the OpenGL renderer. The game ran fast compared to other titles and this is only sped up by 4x from the actual speed it was running in game.


source youtube

Also from twitter, some nice new shots of majoras mask running, from bunneis twitter page.



video in comments
 

Play! Android WIP

Play!, the opensource playstation 2 emulator is now reaching a playable state, on some games on the android port of the emulator, although still speed issues, it shows big progress, though compatability is still a bit low, only a few games work, however you can download the weekly build of the emulator to test it.

Source http://purei.org/

Video in comments.
 



    Saturday, May 16, 2015
GlideN64 FX

GlideN64
Gonetz has started another campaign for the adding of effects to GlideN64!
The goal is $2000.00 with $30 beta access!
Donate now.
https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/gliden64-fx
 



    Monday, May 11, 2015
3DS Citra emulator progress news

Ahh, the 3DS emulator citra continues to progress in leaps and bounds, with major progress happening in github almost daily, so it's not a supprise to see more games becoming playable, although still lacking sound.

One such game Super Monkey Ball 3D, recently showcased on their youtube channel today:


his is World 1 of Super Monkey Ball 3D played through in Citra. The music was lifted from the original Super Monkey Ball as Citra does not emulate 3DS sound yet.

Footage is accelerated to appear near full speed; this uses the software renderer and interpreter of Citra. Realtime, it was running between 1 FPS and 5 FPS on a Core i5 3570K. There seem to be a few minor emulation glitches, but the game seems playable overall!


Source here.

Video in comments.
 

UC-40 Portable Home Mini LED Projector Review



Today I have a review of something that ive been itching to review for years and as you can see from the title and the item above its a projector, first off lets have a looksy at the specs:

Specifications

Model: UC-40
Color: Black, White
Material: Plastic, Glass
Display Type: LCD
Native Resolution: 480 x 320
Brightness: 400 Lumens
Contrast Ratio: 300:1
Projection Distance: 1 - 3.8 m
Lens : F=125
Image Size: 20 - 120 inch
Power Supply: 12V
Lamp: LED
Interface: AV, VGA, USB, SD Card Slot, HDMI


The Review

The UC-40 400 Lumens Two Colors Portable Home Mini LED Projector is as you can see from the photo and video above a small and compact projector that is available from GearBest.com for an amazing $45 or in British money £30 or thereabouts.

Now obviously for that price your not going to get a top of the range all dancing Full HD Device, its just not possible for such a low priced projector.

So when reviewing this projector you have to take in to the fact that price is the reason your buying this.

Lets look at what options you have, a USB port, so any USB hard drive, flash drive etc can be connected to it and in this day and age most people are using USB for films and TV Shows so its a must have option. It also has an SD Card slot so again great for films photos etc.

On the same side as the USB and SD Card Slot you have a AV Port which with the cable included you can connect devices that use a Video, Left and Right Cable, ill discuss more in a mo.

On the other side of the projector you have the power port and an headphone socket, why you would bother using an headphone is beyond me but I suppose its a good thing to have.

On the back of the projector is a VGA Port and also HDMI, so pretty much any device should be able to be connected to the projector.

The Projector has a nice dust cap which is self explanatory and the focus can be altered to what you need via the lens on the front.

Finally the top of the projector has an on/off button and several other buttons to go through menus, but most of us would use the remote control included so no need to use them unless your batteries die oneday.

The projector itself weighs next to nothing so if your thinking of buying one then its good to know for shipping as its gonna be quite cheap.

So that's the boring stuff out the way, if you haven't then please watch the video above, the resolution of this projector is 480 x 320 so yes its low resolution, one thing you must do is either use a plain white wall to project onto or a projector screen or a White Blackout Blind and of course dim the lights or make the room darker so you can see the picture.

Don't expect HD Visuals from this projector, its important to remember that but if your someone who works in a business where your doing training and need a cheap and cheerful projector then this is great as a portable option for displaying text etc on a bigger screen instead of say a laptop screen.

I tried via the USB a movie, Captain America 2 to be precise and the onboard speaker was sufficient but of course wasn't quality, the film itself was a DVD version and was very watchable on the screen to which I projected but obviously wasn't HD, it was more like the quality of pre HD Televisions.

Where the Projector in my eyes was good for an option was for game consoles such as the Snes, N64 and Megadrive/ Original Xbox.

The resolution was much more suitable for old style gaming consoles, again at the price you aren't going to chuck your TV away but for the portable option its a very good option to have.

Verdict

So its Verdict time, taking this projector as it is, what your getting for $45 or 30 pounds in my money is a very cheap entry level projector that has good clear menus, you will need a dark room and deffo a White Wall/Projector Screen or say a White Black Out Blind, on anything other than them it wont show up effectively. The picture you will see is not HD think old style pre HD television and that's the sort of picture you will see, I got about a 40Inch screen with the projector and where I thought it excelled was the old game consoles such as Snes etc, the built in sound was ok but your getting what you pay for, this is excellent if your giving slide shows or using it for displaying text.

So if I was going to give this a score out of 10 I would have to give it a high 9 out of 10, the price is outstandingly cheap, I would have thought this would be a £100 minimum so amazing for what it is, one word about Gearbest, the shipping was very good, with tracking and good communication and they even asked if I wanted a different value which helps with avoiding those nasty additional charges, so a bonus there.

Check out the UC-40 400 Lumens Two Colors Portable Home Mini LED Projector here --> Here
 



    Wednesday, May 06, 2015
rpcs3 - The guided fate paradox update

Some interesting stuff from the rpcs3 camp.
A intro from The guided fate paradox.


Well, we have a long way to go yet but the below intro is proof that small steps are taken towards the main goal, emulation of playstation 3 games. Check out the game’s intro at 50 fps and enjoy!


Source.

Video in comments.
 

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