I show you how I repaired my Joy-Con with a broken analog stick. Gear I used to make this video:...Read More
iCarbons was nice enough to send along their skin for the Xbox 360. The skins looks very nice and does a decent job of transforming the XBox into something unique compared to every one else. Check out the video for the review...Read More
The days when N64 was amazing and new have quickly passed, but if you don’t have that home console still hooked up and would like a more convenient way to play then here is your chance. From the forums of the portable mod maker himself (Ben Heck), comes the N64 portable. It is fully equipped with everything you need to enjoy the original experience, but with a somewhat bulky portableness. The specs are as follows:Read More
Most of you who are even interested know that the Nintendo DSi was released this past Sunday. iFixit has once again decided to show the insides of the new DS to the world. Some interesting notes about the chipset are:
Samsung 1st generation MoviNAND KMAPF0000M: 256 MB NAND Flash and MMC controller. The integrated MMC controller allows the CPU to offload the complex work of directly talking to the flash memory.
82DBS08164D-70L: Fujitsu Ltd 128-bit FCRAM (fast-cycle RAM) chip.
Nintendo’s custom ARM CPU. Our CPU was manufactured in September of 2008.
To see the full tear down and instructions on doing it yourself go [Here]
Nintendo announced early this morning, or late at night depending on your time zone, the new DS. The DS i has a bigger screen at 3.25 inches, internal memory for downloads and a built in camera. The other announcement includes Punch Out for Wii as well as a few others. Nintendo also announced a memory solution for the Wii in the form of 1GB sandisk SD cards. The DSi is available in Japan on November 1st for approximately $180.
Microsoft has had its ups and down with the Xbox in Japan. For the first time the Xbox has been selling better than the PS3. The trend started in August and Microsoft wants to keep the sales in Japan going strong. Traditionally it has been very difficult for an American game console to take hold in Japan and the Xbox 360 has so far continues to prove this correct.