By now most in the community know the history of the Nintendo PlayStation (the prototype CD Add-on for the SNES) and how the relationship went sour between Sony and Nintendo and thus lead to Sony going on their own and creating the iconic Sony PlayStation we now know as today . This week there has been several unrelated pieces of news for the Nintendo PlayStation (kind of a big deal as we do not hear much about this system due to its rarity and the fact it was never in production. If it had it might of changed gaming history as we know it today. Would there be a Sony PlayStation 4 now, or would it of been the Nintendo PlayStation 4. What kind of handheld would we of seen if the two stayed together or would they bound to split at some point?
The first piece of news, while we have seen a few teardown pics of the Nintendo PlayStation, Hardware guru Ben Heck gets his hands on the prototype for a teardown video. So, you can view some great insight on the components used in the console from an expert everyone respects. Part 1 was just released a couple of days ago, so we should be seeing additional parts next week and we will be sure to update this article when new video arise.
Now this piece of news is more toward the software side, as homebrew developers have created a very good looking homebrew game for the Nintendo PlayStation called Super Boss Gaiden which was released just earlier this week.. You may be thinking what kind of emulator runs a Nintendo PlayStation game? In this case its no$sns v1.6 which was updated in March (2016) to suppoer SNES-CD, However you will need to track down the BIOS (that recently surfaced on the internet as well) Which i can not directly link you to the bios but i believe there is a resource here, that may help in tracking it down. View additional details in the tabs below
- Nintendo PlayStation Emulator + Homebrew Game (Super Boss Gaiden)
- Ben Heck's Nintendo PlayStation Teardown Video (Part 1)
UPDATE (July 25): See New article as Video 2 has been released.
Click HERE to view the full episode (Video 1 & 2)
PS1 A new Homebrew Game for SNES CD-ROM (Nintendo PlayStation) + Ben Heck's Prototype Teardown Video
By kozarovv on Jul 17, 2016 at 2:51 AM
Universal Media Server v9.2.0 ReleasedUniversal Media Server has now been updated and matured to v9.2.0 by the UMS team, lead by developer Subunk. The UPnP / DLNA & HTTP/S Media server works on your PS Vita / PlayStation TV, PlayStation 3 (PS3) and PlayStation 4 (PS4) and a tons of other devices you may own (see tab below for all devices supported) This is an extremely well built project that has been in development for years now and continues to evolve and grow with the dedication from the UMS development team. This utility will run on many operating systems and will connect to your supported devices to stream your personal collections of media (audio/video) via your locally connected network. See many details included below and also at the UMS official website we have linked below:Continue reading
[UPDATE] RetroArch v1.8.4: PS Vita & PSP Ports "massively increased core collection"The RetroArch project keeps evolving and has been updated to v1.8.3 (UPDATE: Now on v1.8.4 [16th January 2020] - see Changelog for more Information) as a number of new improvements come to both the PS Vita & PSP ports. Developer's and libretro contributors from all over have been elevating the emulation project. In particular @frangar and @fjtrujy are coupe of the devs who have been porting new cores to the PSP. Now MAME 2000, freeIntv, TGB Dual and Handy are some new libretro cores running in the PSP port. Then the PS Vita port has seen performance improvements for MAME 2000, 2003 and 2003_plus. Additional details below and also on the official blog post linked below.
vitaQuakeIII v0.9 Released - Data Files Downloader Added + "Urban Terror" support addedRinnegatamante has released version 0.9 of VitaQuakeIII for your homebrew enabled PS Vita for when your on the go or your PlayStation TV / Vita TV when your gaming away on the big screen. Either way this is an enjoyable homebrew port. In this version marked as 0.9 the developer has added an Automatic Data FIle Downloader when data files are not present. This makes the release much easier to install and setup and a nice edition to the vita homebre. There has been alot of attention to performance as well in this update the addition of dynamic libraries support for OpenArena core has provided a significant boost. Also, this update provides some experimental support for Urban Terror. This add-on is multiplayer, but as the vita port developer explains in the release notes provided below there will be some issue as outlined due to this was a release designed for the PC and the Rinnegatamante had to do quite a bit of work to get it running on the Vita:Continue reading
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