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  1. Welcome to The Sage, fellow Floridian!
  2. TrekMD

    Free ROMs

    Great, thank you!
  3. I always play the homebrews I buy. That's the main reason for getting them.
  4. A physician who had tried warning his colleagues about the virus and who was arrested for spreading the information is among those who have died of this virus. On a more positive note, however, it looks like an existing antiviral drug is doing to be tested as a treatment for this virus. Hopefully it helps. You can read about it here: The first coronavirus drug candidate is set for testing in China
  5. Not the kind of adventure one wants to have but, on the bright side, you've been getting the treatment that you need and you're doing better. Here's hoping for a quick recovery!
  6. I have not seen this so I thought I'd share it. The folks at Krikzz have released an updated version of their N8 cart for the NES that is the N8 Pro. Below is a video from Classic Gaming Quarterly that compares the two and gives enough information for you to choose which one to buy or whether the upgrade is worth it. You can order at the Krikzz Store. From the description on the video: The Everdrive N8 Pro for the NES. Everdrives are flash carts, allowing gamers to load ROMs onto actual hardware by essentially emulating a cartridge. While the original Everdrive N8 was released for the NES and Famicom 7 years ago, Krikzz is back with an update. This new N8 Pro sports a newer FPGA, a larger maximum ROM size, a faster microSD slot, op amp-based audio circuitry, an in-game menu, a 99 save state per game capacity, and a real-time clock. Unfortunately, the Pro also sports a price tag just over $50 higher than the original. If you're just dipping your toes into the Everdrive ecosystem, you can make a strong case for either; going with the less-expensive N8, or shelling out the extra bucks for the Pro. If you've already invested $100+ in an N8 and are now considering dropping $170 more on the new cartridge, you may find that there's really nothing here to justify the purchase. This is not a knock on the Pro by any means, but rather just a reflection of the fact that the original Everdrive N8 was and still is a very capable flash cart.
  7. I have the same PSP model and I love it. It was the first "modern" system I got as everything else I owned was retro. I have a pretty large collection of games for it too. Congrats on your purchase!
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