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  1. Today I've got a presentation to share that has to do with two products: 1) The new Playstation to 5200 Controller Adapter designed by Dr. Scott Baker and provided to me by Tony Stout. 2) Wico Command Control fitover joystick add-ons (3D-print design by Tony Stout). Both products are reviewed and demonstrated with games like Space Dungeon, Roboteon 2084, anf Missile Command. Check it out:
  2. PS5 Owners, The PS5 comes with the SONY DualSense controller, which includes many features and gizmos promised to improve your playing experience (DualSense Wireless Controller Video | PS5 - YouTube). Which applications of DualSense features have been your favorite? Have any stuck out to you? This game, Astro's Playroom, is a tech demo of sorts for the new controller: Astro's Playroom - Gameplay Trailer l PS5 - YouTube
  3. For my PS1, I knew the console more for its RPGs (Final Fantasy), Tomb Raider, arcade collections and various platformers. Imagine my shock when I learned that point-and-click adventure games were released for the PS1! I always saw stuff like King's Quest, Space Quest, Leisure Suit Larry, etc for the home computer market as opposed to the console market. Anyway, Blazing Dragons on the PS1 has my interest as I've watched part of a playthrough on YouTube of the game; its sense of humor reminds me a lot of Sam & Max and Freddy Pharkas. I want to grab a copy of it. I also learned of Discworld by watching the first few minutes of a playthrough. Besides Discworld and Blazing Dragons, can anyone else recommend more point-and-click adventure games for PS1?
  4. Hi! So my cousin gave me his broken Super Slim PlayStation 3 and since I have some free time here and there, I made it my personal mission to try and fix it. I got it today and disassembled the whole thing, cleaned it as much as I could (it was really dusty) and replaced the HDD with one that worked. The problem is that the system is not working properly: when you turn it on, it immediately turns off. As far as I know, this is a common issue (yellow light of death is the internet is to be believed), but I can't seem to find if there's an actual solution. My cousin's solution was to wrap a bunch of rubber bands around the system and this seemed to work for a while (it might be similar to what's happening to this guy https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tz-_RL1h-4U). Although I like to troubleshoot these kind of problems, I'm by no means a technician or anything like that. I'm wondering if there's anything I can do other than start to replace parts, take it to someone else (who, god forbid, knows what they are doing) or throw it away. Again, I have some free time and I'd love to sort this out myself, but there are so many ideas out there that I wouldn't even know where to start. Should I use thermal paste, should I re-ball, should I disassemble the PSU? I don't know, any ideas are more than welcome. Slim Thanks in advance!
  5. In this one, we are taking an indepth review of the MP5 X7, a sort of love child of the Nintendo Switch and PS Vita. What is it and is it any good? Find out here! If you enjoy, please drop us a like and consider subscribing Social Media : Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/groups/33011... Twitter : http://twitter.com/RetroGamerVX Channel Support: Paypal donations : https://streamlabs.com/stephentwigg Patreon : https://www.patreon.com/RetroGamerVX Mine Exploration Channel : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsW2E1LQ7EETG9NQgij2dWA/
  6. Hi, I am looking to buy a potential prototype build of Spyro: Enter the Dragonfly, or any pre release materials anyone might have. Does anyone know any info on where I could find a build of this game, or someone who has PS2 prototypes in general? Thank you!!!
  7. Hello there! Please take a look at my stuff. All prices are inclusive of international (WORLDWIDE) shipping with tracking. Payment via PayPal. If you need more information or more pics, please, e-mail me before you buy. Thanks for watching. Regards, Alex. 1. Very rare "Dendy Junior II (2)" 8-bit console Famicom compatible by famous russian company "Steepler". Made in Taiwan in 90's by "TXC Corporation". The console has been tested and works with all Famicom and Famicom compatible cartridges. PLEASE NOTE! PAL region console (50Hz, Input AC 220V, Output DC 9V 850mA!). This lot includes: - original box (used condition, please see pics); - original foam (cracked, please see pics); - console with two gamepads (very good condition, please see pics); - RF unit (acceptable oxodized condition); - RF cable; - AC power adaptor (PLEASE NOTE! INPUT AC 220V, OUTPUT DC 9V 850mA!); - manual/instruction and warranty card. Price: $250 $230 $200, including international (WORLDWIDE) shipping with tracking. Payment via PayPal. 2. Very rare "Subor SB-225" 8-bit console Famicom compatible by famous russian company "Steepler". Made in China in 90's by "Subor". The console has been tested and works with all Famicom and Famicom compatible cartridges. PLEASE NOTE! PAL region console (50Hz, Input AC 220V, Output DC 9V 850mA!). This lot includes (Full ultimate bundle): - original box (used condition, please see pics); - original foam (good used condition, please see pics); - console with two gamepads (very good condition, please see pics); - light gun (good condition); - game cartridge (good condition); - RF unit (good condition); - RF cable; - AC power adaptor (PLEASE NOTE! INPUT AC 220V, OUTPUT DC 9V 850mA!); - manual/instruction and warranty card. Price: $400 $350 $320, including international (WORLDWIDE) shipping with tracking. Payment via PayPal. 3. Very rare "Dendy Classic II (2)" 8-bit console Famicom compatible by famous russian company "Steepler". Made in Taiwan in 90's by "TXC Corporation". The console has been tested and works with all Famicom and Famicom compatible cartridges, BUT GAMEPADS DON'T WORK (board replacement required). PLEASE NOTE! PAL region console (50Hz, Input AC 220V, Output DC 9V 850mA!). This lot includes: - NO CARDBOARD COVER! - original foam (cracked, please see pics); - console (very good condition, please see pics); - two gamepads (PLEASE NOTE! GAMEPADS DON'T WORK! Board replacement required); - RF unit (good condition); - RF cable; - AC power adaptor (PLEASE NOTE! INPUT AC 220V, OUTPUT DC 9V 850mA!); - manual/instruction and warranty card. Price: $450 $400, including international (WORLDWIDE) shipping with tracking. Payment via PayPal. 4. Brand new & factory sealed "Super Nintendo Entertainment System (Nintendo Classic Mini)" console in European PAL design. First 2017 revision. Price: $200 $190 $180, including international (WORLDWIDE) shipping with tracking. Payment via PayPal. 5. Brand new & factory sealed PS Vita games & memory cards. European versions, including for Russia. All prices are inclusive of international (WORLDWIDE) shipping with tracking. Payment via PayPal. - Sonic & All Stars Racing Transformed - $45 $40; - Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate - $60 $55; - Resistance: Burning Skies - $65 $60; - Wipeout 2048 - $65 $60; - Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time - $55 $50; - The Jak & Daxter Trilogy - $60 $55; - Minecraft: PlayStation Vita Edition - $55 $50; - Invizimals: The Alliance - $30 $25; - LittleBigPlanet - $45 $40; - Rayman Origins - $40 $35; - Lego Legends of Chima: Laval's Journey - $40 $35; - Lego The Lord of the Rings - $40 $35; - Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 - $70 $65; - Disney Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two - $65 $60; - Memory Card for PlayStation Vita 4GB - $25 $20; - Memory Card for PlayStation Vita 4GB - $40 $35. 6. 8-bit Famicom compatable BIG TV GAME cartridges. All prices are inclusive of international (WORLDWIDE) shipping with tracking. Payment via PayPal. - 16 (4?) in 1 - $30; - 21 (4?) in 1 - $30; - Super Hik 23 (6?) in 1 - $30; - Super Hik 23 (6?) in 1 - $35; - Super Hik 23 (6?) in 1 - $35; - 96 (7?) in 1 - $25; - 1000 (8?) in 1 - $30; - 1500 (15?) in 1 - $30; - 9999999 (7?) in 1 - $30; - 2 in 1: Joe & Mac, Sonic Prince (Banana Prince hack) - $35; - 2 in 1: Adventure Island, Mickey Mouse - $35; - 2 in 1: Prince Of Persia, The Little Mermaid - $25; - 2 in 1: Batman, Kickmaster - $35; - 3 in 1: Battletoads, NBA, X-Men - $40; - 3 in 1: Battletoads & Double Dragon, X-Men, Metal Gear - $45; - 4 in 1: Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers 2, Samurai Pizza Cats, Darkwing Duck, Tiny Toon Adventures - $40; - Super Hik 4 in 1: Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers, TMNT 1, Red Pig (TaleSpin hack), Yo! Noid - $35; - 4 in 1: Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers 2, Darkwing Duck, Samurai Pizza Cats, Tiny Toon Adventures - $25; - 4 in 1: Darkwing Duck, Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers 2, Tom & Jerry & Tuffy, The Ren & Stimpy Show - $25; - 4 in 1: TMNT Tournament Fighters, NY Nyankies, Darkwing Duck, The Young Indiana Jones - $35; - Super Hik 6 in 1: Contra, 1944, The Little Mermaid, DuckTales 2, Super Contra, 1943 - $45; - Castle Of Dragon - $25; - Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers - $40; - Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers 2 - $40; - Chip 'n Dale 3 (Heavy Barrel hack) - $40; - Darkman - $35; - DuckTales - $35; - Elevator Action - $35; - RocoCop 3 - $45; - Samurai Pizza Cats - $30; - Street Fighter VI 16 Peoples (Bootleg fighting game) - $40; - Strider - SOLD; - The Flintstones The Surprise at Dinosaur Peak! - $50; - The Little Mermaid - $35; - TMNT - $40; - Warpman - $20; 7. 8-bit Famicom compatable game cartridges. All prices are inclusive of international (WORLDWIDE) shipping with tracking. Payment via PayPal. - 7 in 1 - $20 $15 - 12 (4?) in 1 - $20 $15; - 21 (4?) in 1 - $25 $20; - 35 (5?) in 1 - $30 $25; - 35 (5?) in 1 - $25 $20; - 58 (6?) in 1 - $20 $15; - 64 (5?) in 1 - $20 $15; - 150 (8?) in 1 - $35 $30; - Super Hik 300 (5?) in 1 - $35 $30; - 300 (7?) in 1 - $25 $20; - 500 (6?) in 1 - $20 $15; - 500 (6?) in 1 - $25 $20; - 600 (8?) in 1 - $20 $15; - 999 (4?) in 1 - $25 $20; - 999 (4?) in 1 - $20 $17; - 9999 (5?) in 1 (From Lifa Famiclone bundle) - $35 $30; - 9999 (5?) in 1 - $35 $30; - 2 in 1: The New Ghostbusters 2 & Felix Vs. Jerry (Tiny Toon hack) - $40 $35; - 2 in 1: Blades Of Steel & Castlevania (Broken board holders, without the ability to save - no battery) - $40 $35; - 2 in 1: Blades Of Steel & Prince Of Persia - $35 $30; - 2 in 1: Blades Of Steel & Trojan - $35 $30; - 2 in 1: Blades Of Steel & Castle Of Dragon - $35 $30; - Chip 'n Dale 3 (Heavy Barrel hack) & The New Ghostbusters 2 - SOLD; - The Addams Family & Panic Restaurant (Japan version) - $55 $50; - 4 in 1: Hogan's Alley, Macross, Wild Gunman & Duck Hunt - $35 $25; - 7 in 1: Street Fighter 2010, Alien 3, Contra Force, Moster In My Pocket (Batman & Flash sprites), TMNT Tournament Fighters, Captain America and the Avengers, Joe & Mac - $50 $45; - 1945 (Sky Shark hack) - SOLD; - Aladdin (SNES hack) - $40 $35; - American Gladiators - $25 $20; - Attack of the Killer Tomatoes - $35 $30; - Barbie - $25 $20; - Batman - $30 $25; - Captain America and the Avengers - $25 $20; - Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers (japanese version) - $35 $30; - Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers 2 - $40 $35; - Contra 4 in 1 (with the ability to choose weapons) - $40 $35; - Contra 4 in 1 (with the ability to choose weapons) - $25 $20; - Contra 6 (Contra Force) - $45 $40; - Digger T. Rock - $30 $25; - The Fantastic Adventures Of Dizzy - SOLD; - DJ Boy (Roller Games hack) - $25 $20; - Disneyland Adventures 2 (Doki! Doki! Yuuenchi: Crazy Land Daisakusen) - $40 $35; - Double Dragon 2 - $25 $20; - Double Dragon 2 - $20 $15; - Double Dragon 3 - $15 $10; - Bram Stoker's Dracula - $40 $35; - F1 Hero 2 - $20 $15; - Godzilla - $30 $20; - Great Tank - $25 $20; - Home Alone 2 - $25 $20; - James Bond Jr. - $30 $25; - Jungle Book - $25 $20; - Nekketsu Kakuto Densetsu - $25 $20; - New Ghostbusters 2 - $30 $25; - Ninja Gaiden 3 (japanese version) - $40 $35; - NY Nyankies - $30 $25; - Prince Of Persia - $40 $35; - RoboCop - $25 $20; - Spartan X 2 - SOLD; - Tecmo World Cup Soccer - $25 $20; - The Flintstones The Surprise at Dinosaur Peak! - $60 $55; - Tiny Toon 4 (?) - $25 $20; - Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III: The Manhattan Project (broken board holders) - $40 $35; - Tom & Jerry and Tuffy - $25 $20; - Top Gun 2 - $25 $20; - Werewolf - $30 $25; - World Games (broken board holders) - $15 $10; 7. Rare brand new PC games (shmup's). All prices are inclusive of international (WORLDWIDE) shipping with tracking. Payment via PayPal. - Imperishable Night - $40 $35; - Phantasmagoria Of Flower View - $40 $35; - Subterranean Animism - $40 $35; - The Embodiment Of Scarlet Devil - $40 $35. 8. Rare brand new & sealed Sega Dreamcast region free games (shmup's). All prices are inclusive of international (WORLDWIDE) shipping with tracking. Payment via PayPal. - Dux Version 1.5 - $75 $70; - Fst Striker - $90 $85; - Last Hope: Pink Bullets - $90 $85; - Sturmwind - $75 $70.
  8. I recently happened across a full box of Edutainment games for the original Playstation. After sorting out originals so I could have those on hand, I've got TONS of duplicates I'm willing to sell. Subject Volume Ttle #of Copies Price Math 1 Creative Voyage 23 5 Math 1 Timeless Math: Maya, S&R 2 10 Math 7 Timeless Math: Rover 13 5 Reading 5 K9.5: Howlywood Premiere 19 5 Guide Family Connection 24 5 Reading 1 Calamity: The Natural World 6 10 Reading 6 Liquid Books: Wandering Path 3 10 Math 1b Secret of Googol 1 10 Math 2b Secret of Googol 1 10 Math 5 Secret of Googol 5 10 Math 6 Secret of Googol 5 10 Math 7 Secret of Googol 28 5 Math 8 Secret of Googol 34 5 Math Full Set Secret of Googol 2 60 Math 1 (set) Secret of Googol 1 20 Math 2 (set) Secret of Googol 4 20
  9. Mine is Verdun, it's (probably) the most realistic WW1 shooter out there. Grand Theft Auto 5 is a close second.
  10. Maybe someone can help me solve a few small problems I'm coming across. I'm following this schematic/description -- https://gamesx.com/controldata/psxcont/psxcont.htm#CIRCUIT I think I figured it out...mostly. He leaves a lot to be deciphered, lol. I'm drawing up a schematic in KiCAD right now, and I only have a few questions: 1. The DATA pin of the controller plug connects to SER OUT, correct? 2. Where does the COMMAND pin of the controller plug connect to? I must've re-read the entire page 15 times and still can't decipher where COMMAND goes. 3. Are the 74HC165 pins not associated with buttons (A1-A8, B1-B8, etc.) left with no connection? Or do they share a connection? COMMAND, maybe? Thanks in advance!
  11. Well, I've done some more experimenting and have managed to find a way to attach wired PS3 and Xbox 360 controllers to the 5200 to play the games that offer digital controls (as opposed to the analog-only games like Missile Command). This required a number of video game controller adapters/cables and a USB power supply. Here's how it's done: The adapters needed to get the wired PS3 controllers compatible with the Atari 5200 are as follows: 1) a 15 pin PC Gameport controller to 15 pin Atari 5200 adapter. These are obtained by contacting Atariage member, bohoki. He makes these for under $20 (shipped within the U.S.). 2) An adapter that converts Atari/Amiga/Sega controllers with a 9 pin connector to a 15 pin PC gameport. These are available on Ebay from "Ikonsgr74" and can be obtained for under $20 (shipped anywhere in the world). 3) A Tototek Joypad Convertor version MD (for Playstation controller compatibility on the Megadrive/Sega Genesis). These adapters are under $30. 4) A Brook Game Controller Super Convertor for adapting a PS3/PS4 controller to a PS2 console. These can be had for under $40. 5) a USB splitter cable ($12 or less). 6) a powersupply with a USB cord (5Volts) OR a USB Hub with connected power supply. To get the Xbox 360 controllers compatible with the 5200, you'll need one additional adapter. It is the Mayflash Universal Adapter for Xbox360/PS3/PS2/PC USB. These may be found at Amazon. Current price for these on Amazon is $30, but that is subject to change. Mayflash adapters tend to become scarce and go up in price. If any of you have interest in a video presentation on this (as well as a quick explanation of how to fix a potentiometer controller problem) here's the link for that:
  12. What a great intro! Fast cars, hot babe, good music. Great game too! They don't make them like this anymore.
  13. What a great game! A true classic! Mr Slam!!!
  14. I'd like to pick up some PlayStation games that I missed, but I'm slightly confused as to all the intricacies of backwards compatibility between the generations. I know PS1 games will play on a PS2, so I don't need a PS1. PS2 games will play on certain PS3s - but those command a hefty price premium? PS4s will play PS1 games (from disk? do you have to repurchase them?) - will they play PS2 or PS3 titles? So at a minimum, I need a backwards compatibile PS3 and a PS4 to access the full library, but it may be more cost effective to get a PS2 and a non-compat PS3? Is my knowledge out of date? I have a Trinitron in the basement so I can hook up a PS2 there if need be, but I'd like the keep the number of systems to a minimum.
  15. NHL 99 intro for PS1 Best NHL video game intro. Great song with awesome highlights from the previous season! NHL 2000 intro is pretty good too. Bowie!!
  16. Good afternoon all, I have just picked up an old Phat PS2 PAL model. I am getting disc read errors on PS2 games, PS1 games and audio discs. I did briefly manage to get a PS2 game to load, but it eventually locked up on the title screen when left alone. I know the discs are all fine because I play them on another console that I have. I was just wondering what could be the cause of this and if its not too expensive I may attempt to repair/replace myself. Many thanks for your help!
  17. Best Madden intro ever! Great song and great game! Look at those hits! Concussion City! Just about every hit would be a fine, penalty, or suspension now.
  18. Are generic PlayStation 2 memory cards any good? They are pretty inexpensive, but the one I saw, which is 128MB, I'd use not only to back up all the saves from my previous memory cards, but also for new games I get. So far, I've used the PlayStation-branded ones which are solid and extremely reliable, but I don't want to get a new card and then lose all of my progress on dozens of games. Any thoughts?
  19. From the album: My Game Collection

    Another recent addition to my collection (Mar 29, 2018) An original "Long Box" version of "Twisted Metal" for the Sony Playstation. All the original booklets and papers are there, and in excellent condition. Disk in good shape. I had never seen a ps1 game like this before I found this one. I did not know ps1 games came like this!
  20. Here are some pictures of my game room. Took about two years to complete from start to finish. I built it up from scratch, framing the walls, running electricity, etc. Hope you guys enjoy.
  21. I have some retro computers and lots of games for NEC PC Engine, PS, etc. Along with vintage computer gear for sale. RETRO COMPUTING MSX Computer - Sanyo PHC-27 Silver Tandy Radio Shack TRS-80 Color Computer 2 - 64K Ext BASIC w/ Hitachi CPU TRS-80 Color Logo Manual for the Radio Shack Color Computer Tandy Radio Shack TRS-80 Color Computer Direct Connect Modem PAK PC ENGINE GAMES Galaga 88 Space Invaders Lords of the Rising Sun F1 Triple Battle Racing USA Pro Basketball Power League 2 Baseball Power League 3 Baseball Pro Baseball World Stadium '91 Pro Baseball World Stadium Power Golf Winning Shot Golf NAXAT OPEN Golf Ganbare! Golf Boys Formation Soccer JLeague J-League Tremendous Soccer Power Eleven (Soccer) Formation Soccer Cup 90 TV Sports Football BOMBERMAN Bomberman '93 Final Match Tennis World Court Tennis PLAYSTATION PEBBLE BEACH NO HATOU PLUS Minna No Golf 2 BANDAI WONDERSWAN Final Fantasy WonderSwan WS Bandai Wonder Swan Video Game (Box + Manual) Happy to combine shipping though many items are free shipping!
  22. Here's a presentation of my latest adapter discovery for the 5200. In it I discuss bohoki's PC to 5200 adapter as well as some of the unsuccessful attempts by a couple different 5200 forum members here on Atariage in the early 2000s to get Playstation to 5200 controller adapters manufactured. Enjoy:
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