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Reviewing an exciting new device in the retro scene: the MiSTercade v1.1! A drop-in hardware emulation solution for JAMMA arcade machines, and it is awesome. Sure it may not have all the games and customization offered by a Raspberry Pi or PC setup, but what it does offer is highly accurate low latency gaming that's a step above the rest when it's at its best. The future of the MiSTer Project is bright! ● Here's the website I bought it from: 🤍 ● LGR links: 🤍 🤍 🤍 ● Background music licensed from: 🤍 #LGR #arcade #gaming
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Is FPGA the best way to play retro games in 2022? Let's find out. In this video, we take a look at the De10 Nano running the MisTer Project. When this little board is set up correctly we can run our favorite retro games like GBA, SNES, PcEngine, Sega Genesis, Game Gear, Gameboy, Gameboy Color, NeoGeo, and with the new Alpha PS1 Core for The Mister PS1games are playable! Unfortunately, it's still early for FPGA PS1 and the sound is not working as of making this video but it's only getting better and better! This Is not Emulation it's FPGA Hardware simulation so this is a close as it gets to the real thing. Learn Everything about MisTer Here: 🤍 Buy The Mister De10 Nano On Amazon: 🤍 Io Add on Board: 🤍 SDRAM Add On: 🤍 Buy A Full Mister Set Up On eBay: 🤍 Follow Me On Twitter: 🤍 Follow Me On Instagram: 🤍 00:00-Intro 00:30-Overview 01:00-CHeaper MisTer FPGA Build 02:48-Mister Project Overview 04:30-SNES FPGA MisTer Test 05:48-GBA FPGA MisTer Test 06:18-GameBoy FPGA MisTer Test 06:38-PCengine/TurboGrapx FPGA MisTer Test 06:59-Sega CD/Mega CD FPGA MisTer Test 07:23-PS1 FPGA MisTer Test Play Station FPGA 09:49-Final Thoughts Equipment I Use: Screen Capture Device: 🤍 Tool Kit: 🤍 Soldering Station: 🤍 Camera: 🤍 Tripod: 🤍 Raspberry Pi 4: 🤍 Flirc Case: 🤍 DISCLAIMER: This video and description contains affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links, I’ll receive a small commission at no extra cost to you! This video and Channel and Video are for viewers 14 years older and up. This video is not made for viewers under the age of 14. Want to send me something? ETAPRIME 12520 Capital Blvd Ste 401 Number 108 Wake Forest, NC 27587 US THIS VIDEO IS FOR EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY! #Retro #FPGA #MisTer #etaprime DISCLAIMER: Under section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, education, and research. No Games Or Applications Are Included Or Added On Or To Any Device In This Video
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Coury and Try go over what it's like to get started with the MiSTer FPGA project in 2022 - the parts you need, the processes required to set it up, what you need to do to get great audio and video, and what kinds of fun things you can do with the many console, computer, handheld, and arcade cores! You might just see that it isn't nearly as hard as you thought it was! ► Resources ► MiSTer Development & Documentation :: 🤍 :: 🤍 ► MiSTer Social Resources :: 🤍 :: 🤍 ► MiSTer YouTube Resources :: 🤍 :: 🤍 :: 🤍 :: 🤍 ► Chapters 00:00 - Opening 1:55 - Part 1: MiSTer Overview 6:45 - Part 2: Core Focus: Atari Consoles, ColecoVision and other Pre-NES Consoles 12:06 - Part 3: Building your MiSTer 19:26 - Part 4: Core Focus: NES and Super NES 27:38 - Part 5: Setting up the SD Card 33:34 - Part 6: Core Focus: PC-Engine/Turbografx-16 & Neo Geo 44:18 - Part 7: MiSTer OS, Input Options and other Odds 'n Ends 53:51 - Part 8: Universal MiSTer Settings, Editing the .ini File 01:05:16 - Part 9: Core Focus: Sega Master System, Game Gear, Genesis/Mega Drive and Sega CD 01:20:16 - Part 10: MiSTer Audio and Video Settings 01:37:07 - Part 11: Core Preview: MiSTer PlayStation 1 01:43:32 - Part 12: Core Focus: 486 PC, Commodore 64, Amiga, ZX Spectrum, MSX, Sharp X68000 02:10:07 - Part 13: Core Focus: Game Boy / Color, Game Boy Advance, WonderSwan, Atari Lynx 02:25:25 - Part 14: Core Focus: Capcom CPS-1 & CPS-2, Sega System-16 and more Classic Arcade Games 02:37:02 - Ending - ★ Featured Gear & Games ★ ► Gear, Games & Idea Lists (Amazon Affiliate Link) :: 🤍 - ♫ If you'd like to help support the channel, here are some ways to do so ♫ ► Support our endeavors on Patreon :: 🤍 ► One time donation via PayPal :: 🤍 - ‼ We receive a small percentage from sales using the following links at no cost to you, with no influence on the content ‼ ► Amazon (Games, Tech & More) :: 🤍 ► Castlemania Games (Controllers, HDMI Cables & More) :: 🤍 ► Stone Age Gamer (Flash Carts, Retrode & More) :: 🤍 ► Best Buy (Games, Tech & More) :: 🤍 ► Retro-Access (US Based SCART & BNC Cables) :: 🤍 ► Retro Gaming Cables (UK Based SCART & BNC Cables) :: 🤍 ► Solaris Japan (XRGB Mini Framemeister) :: 🤍 ► Subscribe to Wireframe Magazine (UK/EU only) :: 🤍 - ♫ Theme Music♫ "Principle" by Matt McCheskey 🤍 🤍 - ✔ Shipping ✔ Coury Carlson My Life in Gaming P.O. Box 72172 Newport, KY 41072 Marc "Try4ce" Duddleson My Life in Gaming P.O. Box 2684 Indian Trail, NC 28079 - ❤ Social ❤ 🤍 🤍 🤍 - My Life in Gaming makes documentaries, deep dives into retro console hardware, and more.
Check out PCBWay at 🤍 for all your PCB needs! The MiSTer and FPGA gaming has been one of the most exciting things in retro gaming in recent years in my opinion. I've been enjoying it in all its forms, from the stacked bare bones style system to the MiSTer Fusion desktop I built, but I've always wanted a console style model that consolodates all of those boards into one, and makes the point of entry into the MiSTer world nice and simple for potential users. So we made it! This is the MiSTer Multisystem. 🏆 Support RMC Time is the most valuable thing we have. Official Cave Dwellers create a reliable monthly income that allows me to give my all to this channel. If you'd like to support this, and help me make it the very best I can then please consider using: 🤍 or 🤍 ● Support the Sponsors of The Cave MonsterJoysticks: 🤍 1ClickPrint: 🤍#RMC ● Subscribe Please take a moment to subscribe to the channel 🤍 ●Chapters 00:00 Intro 00:27 The MiSTer Multisystem in use 03:00 What is the MiSTer Multisystem? 06:12 Who are PCB Way? 07:00 MiSTer Multisystem tear down 14:22 Who built the MiSTer Multisystem and how much is it? ● Episode Links Please note MMS questions and support should be directed at RMC and not MiSTer online communities unless they expressly invite it with dedicated chat rooms/forums for the MMS. It might get kind of annoying for them if they are bombarded with questions! RMC Discord with the Mister Multisystem chat room: 🤍 The MMS will be on sale at 🤍 MiSTer Official Discord: 🤍 Building the MiSTer Fusion: 🤍 Is FPGA the future of retro gaming?: 🤍 The MiSTer project wiki: 🤍 MiSTer official forum: 🤍 ● Join me on social media Twitter: 🤍 ● Come and chat on the RMC chat server Discord: 🤍 ●RMC Merch Shop for RMC books, posters, mugs, and a whole lot more 🤍 ● RMC Podcasts Enjoy my Podcasts with your favourite app using the links here: Retro Tea Break - 🤍 This Week in Retro - 🤍
Let's build and review the MiSTer Multisystem hardware expansion kit! In addition to its 3D printed case, the Multisystem is a board adding tons of functionality and quality of life improvements to the MiSTer FPGA experience. Plus it has all kinds of nifty upgrade options with a modular expansion slot and integrated SNAC ports and things, so things only improve from here. ● Pertinent RMC Retro and Heber Ltd links: 🤍 🤍 ● LGR links: 🤍 🤍 🤍 ● Background music licensed from: 🤍 #LGR #MiSTer #Gaming
After years of holding out, I finally got my hands on a complete MiSTer FPGA setup complete with Jammix IO add on board and ITX Case. Is FPGA retro gaming really any better than software emulation? And how much will it cost you? In this episode we answer these questions and more as we deep dive into the world of FPGA retro gaming with MiSTer ► Support the Channel - 🤍 ► MiSTer Setup Guide - 🤍 ► Jammix Addon Board - 🤍 Social Media Links : ► Check me out on Facebook : 🤍 ► BandCamp : 🤍 ► Follow me on Twitter : 🤍 #MiSTer #Gaming #FPGA
SUPPORT THE CHANNEL : 🤍 So its basically been exactly one year since I started making MiSTer FPGA videos (hardware overviews, MiSTer Analog video tutorials, FPGA core reviews and FPGA vs software emulations reviews) and now its time update my MiSTer FPGA Setup Tutorial and hardware recommendations as a LOT has happened since I made the first video almost thirteen months ago! Recreations of our retro gaming favorites moves fast! Patreon Thanks: Seth Peterson, John Thompson, Paul Daniel, Porch, Jon Anderson, RayceARoni, Kurangui, Jason Hixon, Alex Tessler, Jonathan Leung, Martin Donlon, Tom Van Deusen, Barabob, Steve Randall, Ahab, K-2, Renaissance 2K, Ivar Wennerholm, Adrien Sebbane, tobemorecrazy, Mike Puelinckx, Tony Escobar, H7, Humanoide70, Ben Parfitt, Holder Schmidt, Tim Lehner, Shad Uttam, Dan L, James Mann, Richard Schneider, Coupon Joe, Sunder Raj, Dorfus the Maple Syrup Man, John Booty and Craig M! I asked, you answered...and I try to listen :) Of all the requests for new content on the channel one of the most frequently asked for videos is a series on the Terasic DE-10 Nano MiSTer FPGA hardware...so here it is! Retrogaming goodness. On this episode of our MiSTer series we are going to be talking about the best way to setup your MiSTer FPGA from start to finish in 2022; talking about how much RAM you need for your MiSTer FPGA and whether or not you should go Dual Ram for MiSTer or stick to a single stick, setting up your microSD card to get your MiSTer up and running, how to add games to your favorite FPGA cores, how to update your MiSTer to make sure you get all those retrogaming arcade hits...and more! Oh and trust me…you want 128MB of RAM! You def need to be playing Neo Geo on MiSTer FPGA! I am always here to help so just ask if you hit and road blocks! Link to my MIDI guide : 🤍 Link to MiSTer Fusion : 🤍 Link to Update_All Script : 🤍 Link to MiSTer FPGA Discord Channel : 🤍 Questions? Comments? Just leave them below and I will do my best to answer each and every one of them! 🤍 You can follow us at IG : ChicagoGameCollector , or join our Discord Server : 🤍 VGE
Part one of getting started with MiSTer FPGA for beginners. This is easy stuff that has been made even easier with new tools for setting up your SD card! Buy a DE-10 Nano: 🤍 Recommended Micro SD Card: 🤍 256gb or 400gb will be good! Wifi Adapter for MiSTer: 🤍 SDRAM: 🤍 IO Board: 🤍 USB Hub Board: 🤍 Recommended Keyboard: 🤍 Recommended Controllers: Legacy16: 🤍 8Bitdo M30: 🤍 Downloads used in this video: 🤍 🤍 🤍 My online store: 🤍madpixelshop.com Follow me on Twitter 🤍 Become a channel member here: 🤍 Recommended Amazon Products: 🤍 Shop Play-Asia: 🤍 Shop Castle Mania Games: 🤍 Shop Stone Age Gamer: 🤍 As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases from links posted in my description & comments section. Other links posted may also be affiliate links and I may earn a small commission on any purchases made. These are the items I use to record my videos! (UPDATED) ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ VIDEO: Sony ZV-1: 🤍 Elgato HD Pro Capture Card: 🤍 Logitech Brio Webcam: 🤍 AUDIO: Mic - Shure SM7B: 🤍 Pre-Amp/Processor: 🤍 USB Audio Interface: 🤍 Rode Wireless Go: 🤍 MISC EQUIPMENT: Stream Deck: 🤍 Studio Mic Arm: 🤍 Ravelli Light Weight Tripod: 🤍 Gamdias Headset: 🤍 Lighting: 🤍 #MiSTer #FPGA #RetroGaming #Madlittlepixel #GamingNews #VideoGames #Rant #GamingReview
It's about time my MiSTer got the love it deserved, and so I present to you my ultimate FPGA Desktop machine. An attempt to get the absolute most out of the MiSTer experience. ● Subscribe Please take a moment to subscribe to the channel 🤍 🏆 Support RMC Time is the most valuable thing we have. Official Cave Dwellers create a reliable monthly income that allows to give my all to this channel. If you'd like to support this, and help me make it the very best I can then please visit: 🏆 🤍 🏆 If Patron isn't for you then here are some other ways to support me: ● YouTube Membership: 🤍 ● Treat me to a Coffee with Ko-Fi: 🤍 ● Support the Sponsors of The Cave MonsterJoysticks: 🤍 1ClickPrint: 🤍#RMC ● Join me on social media Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 ● Come and chat on the RMC chat server Discord: 🤍 ● Episode Links Chekmate 1500 Plus case - 🤍 Checkmate review on RMC - 🤍 Where to buy MiSTer parts: 🤍 MiSTer review on RMC - 🤍 Short VGA Extension: 🤍 Short 3.5mm panel mount cable: 🤍 HDMI/VGA Bracket - 🤍 USB Header extensions - 🤍 ● Parts used in this build USB Hub - 🤍 HDMI Cable: 🤍 USB Back Plate: 🤍 Keyboard / Mouse - 🤍 ● I have an RMC Shop where you can buy mugs, posters, records, books and more: 🤍 ● RMC Podcasts Enjoy my Podcasts with your favourite app using the links here: Retro Tea Break - 🤍
My review of the MiSTer project, an FPGA based system designed to play arcade, console & computer games. It does this with almost 100% accuracy and zero latency. Get more information at: 🤍 Patreon: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Web: 🤍 DISCORD CHAT: 🤍 T-shirts: 🤍 My Video Gear & Equipment: (As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases from affiliate links) Sony FDR-AX53 4K camcorder : 🤍 Rode Shotgun microphone : 🤍 Audio Technica AT4033/CL (voice overs) : 🤍 STUDIO LIGHTS: Aputure Light Storm LS 1C 🤍 Headphones: Meze 99 Classics: 🤍 Computer: Apple iMac 27" w/ Final Cut Pro X : 🤍 Elgato HD Game capture devices : 🤍 Background music by Metal Jesus Rocks and the YouTube Creator Audio Library DISCLAIMER: The MiSTer was provided to me for review, however nobody is reviewing this video before it goes live and all of the opinions are my own
The Mister FPGA console can play all of your favourite retro consoles and computers using a technology called FPGA. It’s by far the most authentic and best feeling retro gaming device that I’ve ever played, matching, and sometimes even surpassing the feeling of playing on original hardware! Support RetroBreak on Patreon: 🤍 Discord: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 What did you think of this video? Let me know your feedback here - 🤍 Check out my channel sponsor BiFrost Bridge Studios: 🤍 Patreon: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Buy pre built mister kits here: 🤍 Or shop for parts here: 🤍 Video Contents: 00:00 Why Get A MiSTer? 01:24 FPGA Technology 02:44 Easy To Set Up 04:13 Pal NTSC & 50Hz / 60Hz 06:00 Rom Hacks & Patches 06:49 Capture Card Compatibility 07:31 Scaling Options 09:05 Improvements To Original Systems 09:48 Arcade Perfect Ports! 10:16 Retro Computer Support 11:11 CRT Compatible! 14:04 Scripts & Custom Settings 14:48 Great Community Support! 15:23 New Development Updates 16:06 Everything In One Box! 16:59 DIY or Pre Built Kits There’s loads more I could have gone into, if you think there’s anything in particular I missed out, let me know int he comments and I can make a follow up code addressing those points! Can you name all of the songs playing in the background too? Thanks for watching. Videos credits: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 My Youtube Gear: Camera (Sony A6400): 🤍 Lens (Sigma 16 mm F1.4 ): 🤍 Mic (Elgato Wave 3): 🤍 Capture Card (Avermedia 4K): 🤍 #RetroBreak #RetroGaming #MisterFPGA Join the RetroBreak Community on Discord: 🤍 Support on Patreon: 🤍 Find all content at 🤍 Thanks for watching!
Hey all! In this video we take a look at the difference between FPGA and Emulators at a high level. Is FPGA emulation? What is Hardware vs Software Emulation? Is FPGA better than Emulators? My recommended VPNs (Mr. Sujano affiliate discounts - more than 70% off): Easy to use and inexpensive - SurfShark: 🤍 Fast and great for power users - PIA: 🤍 Support the channel (completely optional): Patreon: 🤍 Buy Me A Coffee: 🤍 Follow me on: Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Discord: 🤍 Twitch: 🤍 Website: 🤍 Check out my recommended products on Amazon: 🤍 DISCLAIMER: This video and description contain affiliate links, which means if you click on one of the product links, I’ll receive a small commission at no extra cost to you! This video is for entertainment purposes only. #FPGA #Emulation #Emulators
MiSTer is an FPGA device that allows many different older computers, game consoles and other miscellaneous devices to be recreated with a hardware simulation bringing the feel of using the original hardware back with close to 100% authenticity. Alan Reeve maintains the MiSTer Manual project which is an attempt to go further than just a 'how do I run the games?' approach with these older computers. Alan presents what MiSTer is, what cores are currently available, and demonstrates how well it works and the benefits of using FPGA technology for Retro Computing. - Vintage Computer Festival Midwest is a free, volunteer-run show for the vintage computer hobbyist community. For more information about Vintage Computer Festival Midwest, visit 🤍
SUPPORT THE CHANNEL : 🤍 I asked, you answered...and I try to listen :) Of all the requests for new content on the channel one of the most frequently asked for videos is a series on the Terasic DE-10 Nano MiSTer FPGA hardware...so here it is! On this episode of our MiSTer series we will be directly comparing the MiSTer FPGA project vs software emulation; I will be using RetroArch with the best cores available. Is MiSTer more accurate? Is it worth the money? It software emulation still the route to go? I will give you my opinion on all these questions in the video :) But both MiSter and RetroArch are awesome so... Questions? Comments? Just leave them below and I will do my best to answer each and every one of them! 🤍 You can follow us at IG : ChicagoGameCollector , or join our Discord Server : 🤍 VGE
Today we are taking a first look at the MiSTerCade! The MiSTerCade is a JAMMA addon board for your MiSTer FPGA. If you've ever dreamed of connecting your MiSTer device to an actual arcade machine, well, that day has arrived. MiSTerCade GitHub/Setup Files: 🤍 MiSTerAddons: 🤍 EMAIL: ScarletSprites🤍gmail.com SUBSCRIBE: 🤍 INSTAGRAM: 🤍 FACEBOOK: 🤍 TWITTER: 🤍 TAGS: #ScarletSprites, #MiSTerFPGA, #MiSTerCade, #FPGA, #MiSTer, #Arcade, #ArcadeGaming, #JAMMA,
The MiSTer is an open-source project that emulates consoles, computers and arcade boards via FPGA. Setup and use has gotten really simple, so I created a quick video that will get you up and running as quickly as possible, on the lowest budget possible! Links to everything shown here (as well as any updates) are located on the main MiSTer page: 🤍 Please consider supporting this channel via monthly support services, tips, or even just by using our affiliate links to purchase things you were already going to buy anyway, at no extra cost to you: 🤍 Awesome video from My Life In Gaming: 🤍 🤍 T-Shirts: 🤍 All equipment used to shoot this video can be found here: 🤍 00:00 Intro 01:21 Hardware 04:01 Software 08:16 Extras
What is the MiSTer FPGA? Well, an FPGA is a special kind of processor that can be programmed to emulate other processors at the most fundamental level, meaning stunningly accurate retro emulation... provided that talented developers provide the necessary emulation cores. In this video, John shows off his MiSTer, some of his favourite games and his bespoke set-up. Logitech Lightspeed Wireless sponsors Digital Foundry. Step up to the pro-grade communications and precision audio you need to win, all with the freedom and mobility of LIGHTSPEED wireless. Buy the Logitech G502 Lightspeed Wireless mouse here: US - 🤍 UK - 🤍 Subscribe for more Digital Foundry and DF Retro: 🤍 Join the DF Patreon to support the team more directly and to get access to everything we do via pristine quality downloads: 🤍 Want some DF-branded tee-shirts, mugs, hoodies or pullovers? Check out our store: 🤍
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Ep 22 : MiSTer FPGA and hardware emulation: what it is, why you might want it, and how to build and configure your own. Demo of console and arcade cores plus Minimig (Amiga) and ao486. Costs involved and the pros and cons of hardware emulation. Channel Membership: 🤍 Patreon: 🤍 Amazon: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Products used and featured - 🤍 Terasic DE-10 Nano Kit - 🤍 MiSTer I/O Board (Standard) - 🤍 MiSTer USB Hub - 🤍 MiSTer SD Ram (128 MB) - 🤍 MiSTer I/O Board (Digital) - 🤍 Hakko FX888D Digital Soldering Station - 🤍 *Retro Bits earns money from Amazon and eBay Partner Links MiSTer Project Home - 🤍 00:00 Introduction and Background 03:13 Unbox and Build 11:00 Configuration 14:18 SCART RGB Cable 16:48 Gaming Core Demonstration 20:49 Minimig Amiga and ao486 Cores 24:40 Cost, Pros/Cons, and Conclusion
SUPPORT THE CHANNEL : 🤍 I asked, you answered...and I try to listen :) Of all the requests for new content on the channel one of the most frequently asked for videos is a series on the Terasic DE-10 Nano MiSTer FPGA hardware...so here it is! On this episode of our MiSTer series we will be checking out the 486 PC core. Basically its a 486 SX class computer all on MiSTer. It's perfect for basically every classic DOS game you can imagine! First person shooters, point and click adventure games...you name it, it does it! It's pure retro gaming perfection! I will show you how to set the core up with Virtual Hard Drive files and get the "Top 300" pack running on MiSTer and discuss all the core options. I can't link the VHD files here but I'd probably check The Internet Archive if I was you! The Archive has got you covered for retrogaming. Questions? Comments? Just leave them below and I will do my best to answer each and every one of them! 🤍 You can follow us at IG : ChicagoGameCollector , or join our Discord Server : 🤍 VGE
We've reached the tipping point of the Analogue Pocket, where nearly all the systems I would want to play on the device are now possible thanks to community cores. In this video we'll look at the recent advances in core development that allows this device to come very close to being an ultimate portable FPGA machine. Analogue Pocket OpenFPGA guide: 🤍 Timestamps: 00:00 introduction 01:41 guide and setup 02:14 Pocket Core Autoupdate (.net) tool 05:30 Pocket Updater tool 07:48 OpenFPGA testing (GB, GBC, GBA) 09:33 Game Gear, SG-1000, SMS, Genesis 10:53 Neo Geo, NES, SNES 14:13 arcade and other various cores 14:58 summary and conclusion If you want to support the channel, please consider Patreon: 🤍 Find me on Discord! 🤍 Theme song written by Jim Gray of Our Ghosts: 🤍 Note that this description may contain affiliate links. By clicking on an affiliate link and buying something, I may earn a small commission of the sale at no extra cost to you. You can read more about that here: 🤍 This video is for entertainment and educational purposes only. #AnaloguePocket #FPGA #RetroGaming
The first video in a series about emulating late 90s era game consoles using hardware instead of software. You can find more information regarding the MIST project here: 🤍 I am not affiliated with any of the companies mentioned in the video. This video is intended for educational purposes.
SUPPORT THE CHANNEL : 🤍 It's the end of January and that means it's time for another round up of all the new and exciting stuff coming soon to MiSTer FPGA! The PlayStation 1 (PS1/PSX) has gotten some fun updates! Jotego is continuing to work on Capcom CPS III, Irem M92 is on the way...and tons of more fun retro gaming updates for MiSTer FPGA! Patreon Thanks: Seth Peterson, John Thompson, Paul Daniel, Porch, Jon Anderson, RayceARoni, Kurangui, Jason Hixon, Alex Tessler, Jonathan Leung, Martin Donlon, Tom Van Deusen, Barabob, Steve Randall, Ahab, K-2, Renaissance 2K, Ivar Wennerholm, Adrien Sebbane, tobemorecrazy, Mike Puelinckx, Tony Escobar, H7, Humanoide70, Ben Parfitt, Holder Schmidt, Tim Lehner, Shad Uttam, Dan L, James Mann, Richard Schneider, Coupon Joe, Sunder Raj, Dorfus the Maple Syrup Man, John Booty and Craig M! I asked, you answered...and I try to listen :) Of all the requests for new content on the channel one of the most frequently asked for videos is a series on the Terasic DE-10 Nano MiSTer FPGA hardware...so here it is! Retro gaming goodness. On this episode of our MiSTer series we are going to be talking about the recent happenings in the MiSTer FPGA scene in Januaryr! PS1 got some bug fix updates! Soon wel will hopefully be playing Street Fighter III, Jojo's Bizarre Adventure and the rest of the Capcom CPS 3 Games! Plus Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles from Konami and lots of other arcade games coming your way! Some rare and obscure, some common...and all great video game preservation in FPGA Can't wait to see what the rest of 2023 brings! Questions? Comments? Just leave them below and I will do my best to answer each and every one of them! 🤍 You can follow us at IG : ChicagoGameCollector , or join our Discord Server : 🤍 #retrogaming #retrogames #retrogamer #misterfpga #emulation #emulator #sega #arcade #playstation #ps1
Learn how to make a retro-style table tennis game with an FPGA. Take a look at the DE0-Nano development board, along with Altera's Quartus II design software. We also learn about the Verilog language and dive into some code. With the help of additional components, interface directly with a VGA monitor and an NES game controller. Visit element14 Presents: 🤍 Visit the FPGA group: 🤍 Join Path to Programmable: 🤍 Visit Project14: 🤍 Visit The Learning Circuit: 🤍 Visit sudo Sergeant: 🤍
Here is a video to setup the AO486 core for MiSTer. I will guide you through preparing the AO486 core, installing DOS and configuring DOS. Fixing EMS in DOS: Replace the EMM386.exe lines in config.sys with this: device=c:\dos\emm386.exe 4096 RAM FRAME=e000 d=256 x=a000-c7ff i=c800-efff Source: [🤍 Sound Blaster Settings SET BLASTER text for autoexec.bat: SET BLASTER=A220 I5 D1 H5 T6 Game Settings MIDI Sound Blaster: Port 220 MIDI Adlib: Port 388 Digital Audio: Sound Blaster or Sound blaster 16 Port: 220 IRQ: 5 DMA: 1 High/16 bit DMA: 5 Other links: AO486 Github Page:(🤍 Required files and software: AO486 boot roms:(🤍 misterfs.exe:(🤍 Microsoft mouse DOS driver(Download MOUSE820.ZIP):(🤍 MS-DOS Starter Pack from Phil's Computer Lab(🤍 AOMEI Partition Assistant: (🤍 Shareware CD collection(optional):(🤍 Other videos on how to get files onto AO486 Floppy images: (🤍 VHD's: (🤍 MisterFS: 🤍 Music from games used: Descent Might & Magic IV Chapters: 0:00 Intro 0:27 Requirements 3:17 Creating Virtual Hard Disks 7:59 Installing DOS 6.22 11:14 Configure DOS with MS-DOS Start Pack 14:16 Fixing EMS 17:35 Configuring Sound 22:02 Transferring your own games using misterfs.exe 26:16 Using CD ISO's 28:06 Testing games 30:31 Final Thoughts
Core MisTer FPGA de Game & Watch para Donkey Kong II. Este core fue liberado hace tres días atrás y es realmente maravilloso. Los chicos han logrado emular la CPU de 4 bits (sí, cuatro), Sharp de la serie SM5xx, que era el corazón de estas primeras portátiles y esta es la experiencia más cercana a tener la máquina original que podemos tener. Les dejo un breve video sin voz, sólo con el sonido del juego para no arruinar la experiencia. Pronto volveremos con más Linux y retro computación. #misterfpga #gameandwatch #linuxgaming
A video discussing a potential future replacement to the MiSTer FPGA platform to allow for larger and more performance intensive FPGA cores to be implemented. I am not affiliated with any of the companies mentioned in the video. This video is intended for educational purposes.
It's finally time to test FGPA retro gaming using the MISTer Multisystem from 🤍RMCRetro I've been a RetroPie user for a while, but decided to dip into FPGA after seeing the convenience of the all-one-package of the MISTer Multisystem. 🤍 🤍 #mister #fpga #multisystem = Subscribe to the channel for regular new videos featuring vintage toys mainly from the classic decades of the 70s and 80s. VTR is also on Instagram and Twitter 🤍vintagetoyrush Feel free to email us at vintagetoyrush🤍gmail.com
Companies like Yobo, Hyperkin and Retro-Bit began making clone consoles in the early 2000s. While the products are decent for their price point, the emulation of the games are noticeably poor. Analogue started making their own consoles, but with a focus on quality rather than price. The Analogue consoles use FPGA technology in order to accurately capture our childhood memories. While the Analogue devices are great, there’s a brand new competitor in the scene, created by a team of skilled developers. We call it…the MiSTer. Mister Installation Guide: 🤍 FPGA Gaming Reddit: 🤍 MisterFPGA Reddit: 🤍 MiSTerFPGA.org: 🤍 Input Latency Spreadsheet by Porkchop: 🤍 8BitDo Controllers: 🤍 MisterAddons, a place you can buy the MiSTer and its accessories: 🤍 AzumFpg's (MiSTer developer) Twitter: 🤍 Analogue website: 🤍 Chapters: 0:00 Introduction 3:17 Clone Consoles 4:04 Analogue Consoles 6:07 MiSTer FPGA 6:56 Setup 8:06 Price 8:55 Compatibility 10:19 Accuracy 11:24 Latency 13:58 Customizing 15:22 Who is the MiSTer For? 15:50 Who is the MiSTer NOT For? 16:39 Conclusion 17:40 Outtro 18:19 Outtakes Thanks to the users on Pexels.com for the stock footage: 霍天赐 Ksenia Chernaya Tom Fisk George Morina Cottonbro Pressmaster Caleb Oquendo Joseph Redfield Steve B All of the music from this episode comes from streambeats.com.
Those folks at 🤍RMCRetro and Heber don't stand still. They've listened to feedback on their first Mister Multisystem case and made a better one. In this video, I upgrade my Mister FPGA Multisystem and fail miserably at some classic retro video games. Oh, there's also a giveaway of my old case!! And lots of failing miserably at classic retro video games. 🤍 🤍 #mister #fpga #multisystem = Hi, it’s Dave, VTR Dave. Welcome to the channel. A Brit playing with vintage toys, small & big from the 70s & 80s. Restorations & Reviews. Press rewind on the VTR. Cheers!
The Game Boy Advance FPGA core has been released to the public! Today we set it up and test it out! 🤍 MiSTer Playlist: 🤍 GBA MiSTer info: 🤍 Items for MiSTer Project: DE-10 Nano FPGA: 🤍 MiSTer SDRam 128MB For Neo Geo: 🤍 MiSTer IO Board: 🤍 MiSTer USB Board: 🤍 64MB SDRam: 🤍 Real Time clock Add-On: 🤍 As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases from links posted in my description & comments section. My Recommended Amazon Products: 🤍 Shop Play-Asia: 🤍 Shop Castle Mania Games: 🤍 Shop Stone Age Gamer: 🤍 Madlittlepixel Discord: 🤍 Become a Patron: 🤍 Follow me on Twitter 🤍 Facebook Group: 🤍 These are the items I use to record my videos! ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ VIDEO: Canon EOS Rebel SL2 DSLR: 🤍 Elgato HD Pro Capture Card: 🤍 Logitech C922 Pro Stream Webcam 1080p: 🤍 AUDIO: Mic - Shure SM7B: 🤍 Pre-Amp/Processor: 🤍 USB Audio Interface: 🤍 Rode VMPR VideoMic Pro R: 🤍 MISC EQUIPMENT: Stream Deck: 🤍 Studio Mic Arm: 🤍 Ravelli Light Weight Tripod: 🤍 Gamdias Headset: 🤍 Lighting: 🤍 Green Screen: 🤍 *Disclaimer; this video unless noted is not a monetarily sponsored video. There are affiliate links posted in this description and comment section. #MiSTer #GameBoyAdvance #Madlittlepixel #GamingDeals #Retrogaming #GBA #FPGA
A brief history of how gaming has evolved with mods and FPGA-powered devices, culminating into the cutting-edge MiSTer FPGA project. MiSTer forums: 🤍 MiSTer on Classic Gaming Discord: 🤍 ◄ Games Shown ► (by release chronological order) • Spacewar! (PDP-1, 1962) • Pacman (Arcade, 1980) - Rocky's Boots (Apple II, 1982) • Jetpack (ZX Spectrum, 1983) • Ultima IV: Quest for the Avatar (Apple II, 1985) • Rygar (Arcade, 1986) • Solomon's Key (Arcade, 1986) • Crystal Quest (Macintosh+, 1987) • Eliminator (Atari ST, 1988) • Castlevania II: Belmont's Revenge [color mod] (Gameboy, 1991) • Street Fighter II (Arcade CPS1, 1991) • Three Wonders (Arcade CPS1, 1991) • Cybernator (Super NES, 1992) • Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden coins [color mod] (Gameboy, 1992) • Super SWIV (Super NES, 1992) • Zool (Amiga, 1992) • Megaman 6 (NES, 1993) • Castlevania Bloodlines (Genesis, 1994) • BS Legend of Zelda (Super NES, 1995) • Waku Waku 7 (Neo Geo, 1996) • Mario Kart Super Circuit (Gameboy Advance, 2001) • SID Burners 7 (Commodore 64, 2003) #MiSTerFPGA #FPGA #retrogaming #youtubegaming #SNES #NES #Commodore #AtariST #Genesis #Megadrive #NeoGeo #Arcade
After 2 years of waiting I’ve finally managed to get my Analogue Pocket and it’s AMAZING. Can’t wait to dust off all my old Game Boy cartridges and enjoy them at 10x their original resolution 😱
As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases from links posted in my description & comments section. Today we talk about MiSTer an open source project using the DE10-Nano FPGA board from Terasic! With this project we can simulate hardware using FPGA cores and play our retro games from old school computers and consoles in high accuracy to how it would run on original hardware! More to come! DE10-Nano for MiSTer: 🤍 USB Hub: 🤍 I/O Board SDram: 🤍 MiSTer Wiki: 🤍 Check out my recommended products on Amazon here: 🤍 Become a Patron: 🤍 Support My Channel: 🤍 Follow me 🤍 Facebook Group: 🤍 Want to send me something for unboxing, review or gift or just a nice letter?? Send to: ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ ▬ These are the items I use to record my videos! ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Canon EOS Rebel SL2 DSLR: 🤍 Rode VMPR VideoMic Pro R: 🤍 Ravelli Light Weight Tripod: 🤍 Elegato Capture Card HD60S: 🤍 Logitech C922 Pro Stream Webcam 1080p: 🤍 Blue Yeti Mic: 🤍 Pop Filter: 🤍 #MiSTer #Madlittlepixel #FPGAGaming #GamingNews #Retro #RetroGaming *There are affiliate links in this description.
👉 Podcast JV & Geek : 🤍 👉 Chaine de TESTS produits : 🤍 👉 Chaine de TUTOS : 🤍 Au 🤍savoieretrogamesfestival3497 : Bigkam explique le MiSTer FPGA. Si les Raspberry Pi et autres Recalbox sont bien connus, MiSTer l'est nettement moins. Plusieurs abonnés m'ont questionné sur cette technologie dans les commentaires. On fait un point complet avec l'ami Biggy de la chaine 🤍BigkamGaming Consultez et abonnez-vous à sa chaîne. C'est une mine d'or d'informations sur le sujet (et sur le rétro en général) 🤍
SUPPORT THE CHANNEL : 🤍 People have kept asking me "when are you going to do a video on the MiSTer FPGA Amiga core"...and seriously I meant to earlier! But things got away from me...and it took a hot minute. But here we are...a full core setup guide, review and "games to play" list for the Minimig core on MiSTer FPGA Big thanks to LIMI and Optiroc from the Amiga scene for getting the scripts that create the HDF files for this video all built up and for recommending some deep cut Amiga games for everyone to enjoy! Patreon Thanks: Seth Peterson, John Thompson, Paul Daniel, Porch, Jon Anderson, RayceARoni, Kuranghu, Jason Hixon, Alex Tessler, Jonathan Leung, Martin Donlon, Tom Van Deusen, barabob, Steve Randall, Ahab, K-2, Renaissance 2K, Ivar Wennerhold, Adrien Sebbane, Mike Puelinckx, Tony Escobar, H7, Ben Parfitt, Holger Schmidt, Tim Lehner, Shad Uttam, Dan L, Coupon Joe, Sunder Raj, Dorfus the Maple Syrup Man, John Booty, Richard S, Eric Gutt and Robert Alger! I asked, you answered...and I try to listen :) Of all the requests for new content on the channel one of the most frequently asked for videos is a series on the Terasic DE-10 Nano MiSTer FPGA hardware...so here it is! Retro gaming goodness. On this episode of our MiSTer series we are going to be talking about the Minimig core in FPGA, which in part is an Amiga 1200 computer, the Amiga 4000, partially the Amiga CD32...and lesser Amiga retro gaming PC hardware than the 1200. The MegaAGS pack for Amiga Join my discord and ask me about it Join the MiSTer Discord to get the core files! 🤍 Questions? Comments? Just leave them below and I will do my best to answer each and every one of them! 🤍 You can follow us at IG : ChicagoGameCollector , or join our Discord Server : 🤍 VGE #retrogaming #misterfpga #amiga #retrogamer #retrogames #pcgaming
In this episode, we break down and explain what a clone video game system is, a bit about how they work, and how the major technologies differ from each other. A clone video game system is a third-party piece of hardware that allows you to play games from Nintendo, Sega, or others using unofficial hardware. There are a few ways to do this, and each implementation has its strengths & drawbacks, and we're going to try to help explain what goes into a clone console. SoC- System on a Chip Most budget video game clone systems under $150 utilize some sort of system on a chip or SoC. A system on a chip essentially reproduces the functionality of all the hardware in one integrated circuit. These have been around for decades at this point, & are relatively inexpensive to produce. If it is inexpensive and emulates the hardware using just one or a few circuits what's the downside? Game authenticity often suffers from this implementation. Most of these SoCs suffer from what is called a reverse duty cycle issue which negatively impacts the audio. This leads to games not sounding correct. SoC's also have inaccurate color palettes which can make games look wrong, and games compatibility is an issue. I do not know of any SoC system that will get past level 2 in Battletoads, & things like the Famicom Disk System will not work. But when you can get an HDMI-equipped NES clone with an SoC for under 30 bucks, sometimes you're willing to make some concessions. Emulation Where systems with an SoC replicate the performance of the original system through hardware, there are some systems that do so via software. These systems, most often from Hyperkin, utilize a software front to download the game ROM from a cartridge into local system memory. From here, you can play the game as normal and even apply some cool trickery. For example, you can install a translation pack from an SD card to play Japanese language games in English! I've done this, it's pretty cool! Some incorrectly believe 2-in-1 or 3-in-1 systems use software emulation. That is simply not the case. While systems like the Retron 5 really popularized the idea of using software as the backbone of their system, it is not a requirement to do more than one hardware clone and a device. So with everything that software emulators can do, that sounds like the way to go, right? Well, not exactly. You still often have game compatibility issues, especially if you are trying to load a cartridge that the operating system doesn't recognize or have somewhere loaded into a database. You also have accessory compatibility issues, often things like the Game Genie doesn't work, or the Famicom Disk System. Load times can be incredibly long for some games. And on systems like the Retron SQ, the overall experience doesn't quite feel finished. FPGA A field programmable gate array, or FPGA, is perhaps the most accurate means of hardware replication you can find. It uses a combination of hardware and software to mimic the performance of the original console and does so brilliantly. Out of all of the hardware types out there, this is most definitely the most customizable and the most accurate. You don't have the sound issues that you do with SoCs, you don't have the games compatibility issues that you do with emulators, it is as if you are running actual hardware with the ability to output clean, crisp images and accurate audio. Many FPGAs, such as the Retro USB AVS, are also compatible with accessories that other systems are not, such as the Famicom Disk System! So why doesn't everyone just use an FPGA? For starters, FPGA systems start at $200 & only plays a single system. Production quantities are also an issue. Manufacturers such as Analogue and Retro USB have a hard time keeping products available. So which one is right for you? A lot of deciding on what system is best for you comes down to your budget. If you are looking for the least expensive system possible, a system on a chip is the way to go. You get decent functionality, often with HDMI output, but you do compromise game visual and audio accuracy. Some systems also introduce excessive lag which can negatively impact gameplay. Emulation systems introduce a new level of complexity, however, unlock features such as different filters and translation patch options. Sometimes, however, you can run into issues with the way the software is implemented which can cause load issues, game compatibility issues, and other issues. Emulation-based systems are also more expensive, so if you're on a budget it may be more than you're willing to spend to play your copy of Super Mario Bros. If you are looking for the most accurate gameplay experience out there and budget is of no concern, an FPGA is the most accurate way to play, with the best visuals, the best audio, and the best game compatibility. FPGA systems are simply beautiful, but that beauty comes at a cost. If you are willing to spend, this is the best overall experience you will have.