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RG350P Simple Menu Disk Image

I hadn't done anything with the RG350P in a while so decided to check out the pre-configued Simple Menu image from LostYouthGamer. It all fits on a 16GB micro SD card making it an excellent option if you don't have any spare big cards or just want to set it up as a very simple user experience for someone.  This particular build includes mostly GB, GBC, Atari 2600, NES, SNES, SEGA Master System and SEGA Genesis ROMs with preview images for all the games.  Hit the link below for the video tutorial from MashTec. It's a very simple setup process. *This post is for informational purposes only. They legality of ROMs are certainly a grey area so make sure to do your research. Emulation by itself us most certainly legal in the US. The use of ROMs is the grey area part. To stay totally legal,  use ROMs you have the legal right to use or have physical copies of. 

Top 10 Dollar for Dollar Sub $100 Handheld Game Consoles TODAY

Things change rapidly in the retro handheld console world so this list will only be applicable for a short time. Community support and available modifications to firmwares, software etc also continually change how good or bad certain systems are. I generally go by the import prices not by the reseller prices. Resellers are often just charging to add ROMs which is highly unethical not to mention illegal.  This post is my personal opinion and links do not benefit me.  Retroid Pocket 2 $80  You simply cannot beat the value of the RP2 for $80 as long as you don't mind Android and don't mind having to tinker with the system a lot to get it all set up. This is a system for tech savvy people not beginners to emulation.  Retroid Pocket 2 Review   Anbernic RG351P $95 I'm not a big fan of the screen size with this one but community support has been making this a better option all the time. Great choice for emulation gamers of all levels. No built in WiFi is th

RetroArch Officially on OpenDingux Devices

Pretty interesting news here. Check out the guide below on putting RetroArxg on the RG350 or RG280. With official support of this app, it definitely adds a little value to the 350 and 280 line from Abernic.

My Favourite Gaming Purchases of 2020: RG350P

2020 wasn't a bad year in gaming for me. I spent less focus on modern have and have gotten more and more into retro gaming. What really made 2020 special for me was discovering the RG350 line from Abernic.   Favourite Consoles Purchased : RG350P Retroid Pocket 2   Favorite Games Purchased : No More Heroes 1 & 2 (Switch) Okami HD (Switch) Favorite Apps Purchased : Dungeon Maker (Android) Dungeon Warfare 2 (Android) I can't say enough good things about the RG350 line. While the M model is a more solid build with better d-pad action I found myself simply liking the weight and feel of the RG350P. I spent $70 on it when it came out and don't regret the purchase at all. For the most part I use it for 8, 16 and 32 bit era gaming. While it can handle up to PS1, The RP2 handles that a little better.  You can't go wrong with any of the RG350 models. The original 350 has the left thumbstick above the d-pad while the P and M models have both thumbsticks at the botto