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The Raspberry Pi is easily the best way to make your own little retro game console, but Hacker House took it a step further by cramming a Pi inside a homemade joystick to make it super portable.
I have no shame in admitting that one of the best parts of my childhood was being able to visit a family friend’s house, purely so I could nerd out with them on their Amiga 500. It might have been the lower end of the Amiga line, but good God did that machine have some quality games.
But if you missed out on that classic gaming platform, don’t worry. The Internet Archive has got your back.
Building your own DIY retro game console with a Raspberry Pi is basically a rite of passage these days, but building your own case steps that up a notch. Over on SimpleCove, Sean built an awesome little case with plywood.
If Pokemon GO has taught us anything, it’s that people love geek nostalgia. So today, we’re going to take you on a trip down memory lane — all the way back to the 80s when Nintendo reigned supreme in the gaming world — with 145 archived issues of Nintendo Power Magazine. It’s all free online right now. Here’s where you can read them.
Video: Sure, your controller rumbles while playing your favourite video games, but what about your chair? Here’s how to turn any chair into a DIY rumbling chair and make your games even more immersive.
When you first get a new graphics card, your games run buttery smooth. Over time, you might start to notice that it doesn’t run as well, even on the same games. What gives? This video explains what causes performance degradation over time.