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  1. 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.
  2. 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!
  3. Mine is Verdun, it's (probably) the most realistic WW1 shooter out there. Grand Theft Auto 5 is a close second.
  4. 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
  5. Simply put trying to track down a Sony made LCD for the PS One, and the original release of Castlevania SOTN for PS1 that's it. Yes i could buy it on ebay, but I don't want to feed a BIN troll wanting notably more than what the stuff really sells for on an open auction. Been trying to poke a stick at that for two days so far on ebay and all those $90-100 SOTNs they won't take off by $5 (when open/realistic bin they hit $65 shipped) and the screen could be $70 BIN from a troll while realistically they're notably a 1/3 or better lower than that. Any takers looking to get non-bin troll value?
  6. 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:
  7. 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:
  8. Hello retro fans! I was a Net Yaroze (SCEE) member back in the day. I did do a bit on it, after finishing uni, but never finished nor released anything and since then lost what I did I never pursued a gamedev career, mostly after seeing how difficult the gamedev was compared to business software Anyway, the 20th year anniversary of the Net Yaroze is March 2017, so I've been working on a 3D Net Yaroze game since the start of 2016 in my spare time... You can follow/contact me via: https://www.youtube.com/user/gwald/videos https://twitter.com/xpCoin http://xpcoin.com/ I want to make clear, contractually I can't release Sony binaries nor code.. and Sony can still take back the dev kit when they like! :D I'll probably contact Sony see if I can release it somehow (free of cause) on PSN. If not, then I'll just port it to SDL2 over time. Cheers gwald
  9. I have been buying and selling on eBay for about 8 years now. Lately I have been looking at purchasing various old games, but the other bidders are either scammers, have money to waste, or don't understand how much something is really worth.... The past few days various auctions have been high as hell, and crap like this is starting to piss me off because it is setting a higher standard for other sellers. Am I the only one that feels like eBay is starting to get a bit worthless? I feel craigslist is the only place inline that has decent deals nowadays.
  10. All this talk of a new Playstation console had me sorting through my collection of 200+ PS2 games and come up with my Top 10 list…with Honorable Mentions! What is your favorite Top 10 Playstation 2 Games?
  11. Sony's Playstation 1 ruled the second half of the 1990s and there were hundreds of great games for the console. However, some hidden gems are still out there for serious collectors. This is Part 2 of my Hidden Gems series with local game collector Reggie.
  12. I would like to use a USB trackball on PS1 games that support the Playstation Mouse (especially Atari Anniversary). I'm wondering if anyone knows if there is any type of adapter that would work for this? There seem to be adapters out there that are designed to allow the use of USB mouse and keyboard on FPS for the PS2, but since those games were likely not designed for the Playstation Mouse, I am doubtful that I'd get the same kind of accuracy and responsiveness on games designed for the Playstation Mouse, but perhaps I am wrong?
  13. 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!
  14. Today I just want to ask what everyone's favorite game of 2015 was. It can be a next gen console game, Steam game, homebrew title, or anything else you can think of. My favorite was Undertale (on Steam). It's a retro styled RPG that does it all: it's original, difficult but not too hard, has amazing replay value, hilarious, has a deep story, amazing music (you telling me you haven't seen the million hopes and dreams remixes on youtube), and best of all is only $10! Rant away!
  15. 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.
  16. What a great game! A true classic! Mr Slam!!!
  17. From the humble beginnings of small white blips on an oscilloscope to the mighty Atari 2600 VCS began a new form of entertainment that would change how people interact with their TVs, computers, phones, and eventually with each other. Now come back for a day to see how it all started and to once again live in your youth and share your fondest memories with Mario, Pac-Man, all your favorites including the adventure square! As IvoryTower Collections, All Your Base, and PJ Gamers are proud to present the: 2014 Oklahoma Video Game Exhibition! FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Oklahoma's Original Retro Video Game Exhibition Returns TULSA, OK – Classic video games will return from history, as mid-America's one and only OVGE returns for the eleventh Oklahoma Video Game Exhibition! On August 9, 2014 video game collectors and enthusiasts from Oklahoma, Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, and even further will travel together to PJ Gamers in Broken Arrow to celebrate the history, hobby, collecting, and entertainment of the video gaming industry. “Before the OVGE, people from the surrounding states had to travel across the country for events such as this,” said Jesse Hardesty, founder and organizer of the OVGE. "And since the very first OKGE back in September of 2003, we have inspired many other retro conventions in the surrounding areas." Come and celebrate a day of very family friendly competition, discussion, buying, selling, trading, and showing off of our beloved hobby on August 9th during the 11th annual OVGE! The new facility offers space for many new ideas and including the largest free play arcade the OVGE has seen yet! So please, visit the new website generously hosted by Earl Green at TheLogBook and send in those table requests! The new website has all the details for table pricing (our cheapest prices in several years), along with the event layout, and registration forms. August 9th will be here before we know it! We thank each and every one of you who have supported us and look forward to seeing you all at the PJ Gamers facility on August 9th! http://www.ovge.com
  18. Brittney helps me with our Top 10 PS1 Games & we discuss our first Playstation memories + Honorable Mentions! This list isn't like most Top 10 lists, but that's ok. Games shown: 1. Final Fantasy IX 2. XenoGears 3. Breath of Fire III 4. Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped 5. Twisted Metal 2 6. Einhander 7. Resident Evil II 8. Chrono Cross 9. Tetris PLUS! 10. Fear Effect 1&2 What would be on your list? What did we miss?
  19. Anybody have a playstation portable kiosk? for a decent price or any other kiosks for a decent price that can be shipped?
  20. hi, i'm hoping someone can help me with this. i bought a NIB innovation x-drive which is a ps1 memory card reader / writer / copier that also works with pocketstation, i've set it all up on an old laptop (it uses the parallel port) running windows xp (sp3), copied the supplied (dos) software onto my hard drive, turned off EPP in the bios plugged it all in correctly using a pal megadrive 1 psu (which i know works) but when i run the software i just get presented with 2 empty blue boxes in the dos window and none of the keypresses required to use it work. does anyone have any idea how i could get this working? (i want to be able to back up my saves from ps memory cards and to upload "doom" homebrew game onto my pocketstation). i have tried win 98 compatibility mode.
  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. http://youtu.be/34kEY0404d4 Sony's Playstation 1 ruled the second half of the 1990s and there were hundreds of great games for the console. However, some hidden gems are still out there for serious collectors. How many have you played? What would you like to see in Part 2?
  23. It was suggested that I post in the marketplace that my latest book, My PlayStation Vita, is available on Amazon for $18.89, and in a Kindle version for $11.39. My affiliate link is here if you want to check it out: http://t.co/H7qUwhI5 You can see the list of my other books either here: http://www.amazon.com/Bill-Loguidice/e/B001U7W3YS/ref=ntt_dp_epwbk_0 , or here: http://www.armchairarcade.com/neo/node/2212 Thanks for the support, guys! I have three more books on the way in the coming year...
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