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  1. Ianos

    Your retro youtube videos

    Finally got around to part 3:
  2. Ianos

    OSSC - Open Source Scan Converter

    Not 100% on connections via AV receivers, but sound input is via SCART for that particular connection, and via a jack input for component, so both can definitely be fully hooked up at the same time. I find the OSSC itself doesn't have many issues with games and can output all manner of weird and wacky resolutions - it's more the TV/monitor you run it to that causes issues. Modern TVs aren't well equipped for varying SD signals in the most part. Admittedly I'm not sure why OG Xbox would cause problems, but there you go. And yeah, softmod means you can run at 480p, so most everything will be fine.
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    OSSC - Open Source Scan Converter

    Yeah, since 1.6 (the current hardware revision) I think.
  4. Ianos

    Your retro youtube videos

    Thank you so much! Part three is coming soon, I promise. I keep getting held up by Stupid Shit (most recently I've been ill and am still bunged up, but need to re-record the VO but can't do it while I sound like a human piece of snot, so... yeah...).
  5. £11.99 on the store, and playable on Vita: https://store.playstation.com/en-gb/product/EP1063-NPEH00099_00-ZHP0000000000001
  6. Some of these are essential, some are just alt recommendations. I love the PSP more than has ever been healthy. Z.H.P. Unlosing Ranger VS Darkdeath Evilman - largely ignored, largely brilliant. MGS Peace Walker - until MGSV was the best in the series, yes even better than 3, and portable is the Way It's Meant To Be Played. Patapon series - PON PON PATA PON Warhammer 40,000: Squad Commander - not like super-recommended, but a good alternative to Killzone Liberation. Any of the other tactical RPGs like FF Tactics, Tactics Ogre, Jeanne D'Arc. Oh, and the GTA games are brilliant. And, if you don't have a Vita, Everybody's Golf. Half Minute Hero. God of War. Loads of stuff. What a machine.
  7. Ianos

    Your retro youtube videos

    Yo Joe is definitely in part 3*. *Statement may be** a lie **is
  8. Ianos

    Your retro youtube videos

    I done an arcade one too, WHAT ARE THE ODDS
  9. Ianos

    Your retro youtube videos

    I did part two, sorry
  10. There's the odd issue every now and then, but Free MCBoot and OPL is the way to go. It's a very well supported setup.
  11. Ianos

    OSSC - Open Source Scan Converter

    I switch between the HD60 and a Hauppauge Rocket - the latter deals well with a wider array of resolutions than the Elgato, and seeing as most old games run below 1080p it records them all at 60fps. Finally, as it all goes on Youtube, recordings maxing out at about 12-15mb bitrates doesn't matter too much, as that's more than YT outputs anyway.
  12. Ianos

    Your retro youtube videos

    This is about 75% retro, I'd say:
  13. Ianos

    Help me pick Ten PlayStation games

    Maybe with a hack, I'm not sure - but it's definitely not officially supported. Not entirely sure pre-GO PSPs even had Bluetooth.
  14. Ianos

    Help me pick Ten PlayStation games

    Superior from an accuracy perspective - no post-processing, no mucking about with extra bells and whistles. It doubles the resolution, while everything else from the original game is left as-is (apart from some quicker loading times and no skipping in FMV sequences, which is obviously sacrilege because what's a PSX game without random, irritating skipping?). If you just want emulation and accuracy isn't a concern then yeah, PS3/PSTV is yr best bet for on the telly play. Because convenience.
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