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  • April 14th, 2018

    by Published on April 14th, 2018 22:03
    1. Categories:
    2. Pandora News

    Heres a massive emulator release for the Pandora Handheld:

    RetroArch is a modular multi-system emulator system that is designed to be fast, lightweight, and portable.
    List of included libretro cores:
    NES: FCEU, Nestopia, QuickNES
    SNES: PocketSNES, SNES9x-Next
    GBC: Gambatte, TGB Dual
    GBA: Meteor, VBA
    Genesis / Sega CD: Genesis Plus
    Saturn: Yabause (Very slow!)
    Playstation: PCSX-ReARMed
    Atari 2600: Stella
    Chip8/16: Maxe
    Arcade: iMAME4all, MAME078, Final Burn Alpha
    Mednafen cores: PCE-Fast, WSwan, PSX
    Natives: NXEngine (Cave Story), PrBoom (Doom)
    – Latest Retroarch stable release.
    – Updated SDL 2.0.8 (thx to ptitSeb for updating his github repo so quickly) and SDL2 Image 2.0.3.
    – Updated source code in src folder.
    – More info: https://www.libretro.com/index.php/r...-7-1-released/

    via https://pdroms.de/pandora/retroarch-...us-for-pandora
    by Published on April 14th, 2018 20:25
    1. Categories:
    2. PS4

    Im not updating my PS4 but for those of you interested, heres the release notes:

    As usual the only 'changelog' entry is: “This system software update improves system performance” and normally that means something has been patched, which @Mathieulh has confirmed the currently available webkit exploit is closed, but no big deal as it was not a kernel one anyway, but it does mean Sony keeping an eye open what is being released out there in the wild.
    Firmware 5.53 is now giving you more options to choose how much data you want them to collect from your console. This includes data about online services (which cannot be deactivated), and navigation data (how you use the console. That part can be turned off). In general, my personal recommendation would be to share as little data as possible, independently of your use case.

    If you choose to update (which we don’t recommend if you expect to hack your console one day), head over to the settings to reduce the amount of data you share.
    As you can see above, the new firmware allows you 'cut down' the amount of 'public data being shared out' which is most likely the main reason for this update as Facebook got into trouble recently with this, but if you looking for 'future hacks' don't upgrade yet!

    NEWS SOURCE: PS4 Firmware 5.53 has been released (via) Wololo

    http://www.maxconsole.com/threads/ps...eleased.46793/ ...
    by Published on April 14th, 2018 20:13

    The Theme Park that was on my doorstep now has a documentary thanks to TPW:

    The American Adventure Theme Park opened in Ilkeston, Derbyshire in 1987 and throughout this documentary we look back through the history of what was one of the most popular theme parks in the UK. We share the story of how a theme park that was once home to millions of visitors struggled to survive and now sits empty.We look back through the development of the park in the early years thanks to home footage captured during peoples visits. I share my fond memories of the park and visit for one final time before the bulldozers come in. We share an insight into the future plans for the site, along with looking back on our favourite memories of The American Adventure Theme Park. This documentary wouldn't of been possible without the fantastic home video footage captured by the many visitors to the park over the years. A full list of YouTube channels with full length videos from The American Adventure can be found in the end credits of this documentary. This footage was used under the YouTube fair use policy for educational purposes. I'd highly recommend visiting these channels to watch the full individual videos.