It’s astounding as time goes on that popular products, such as the XRGB line, become harder and harder to find. Even older versions. People are wising up to the beautiful picture one can get with a fine upscaling device. The days of the universal composite to VGA converter are happily coming to an end as […]
After a long time of no substantive updates I completely reworked the PC Engine RGB mod page. All new pics, all new text, and gobs of new links. Check it out.
I spent the greater part of my evening putting together a PC Engine CD (with case) system that I could call my own. I pulled out all the stops, with a white (not yellow!) PC Engine system, the cleanest CD ROM I could find, RGB amp, LED swap and region mod. It turned out great, […]
I’ve tweaked the video primers I put up two days ago, and added a whole ‘nother page, bringing the total to six pages. Please enjoy!
SNK tweaked the console over the life of the system. No surprise there, gotta keep things moving or you die, right? Well, many in the Neo community didn’t want you to know what changed, when, and how. One secret email to me later, along with a chart and some clues, and… Well, have a look.
Jeremy Pallant may be long winded, but he’s also very thorough. Please read his incredibly detailed review of Micomsoft’s world-beating XSelect-D4 component/RGB transcoder. Update! Jeremy’s whipped up a shorter NFG-style review if you want to get the bottom line faster.
I’ve made a comprehensive list of differences between old and new Neo Geo cartridge hardware. Please have a look. Warning: Technical!