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      Weekly Dose of Gaming News - The NBA Jam - Tournament Edition Got a New Romhack

      Weekly Dose of Gaming News - The NBA Jam - Tournament Edition Got a New Romhack

      The NBA Jam: Tournament Edition originally released for the SNES got a new rom hack with the NBA Jam 2k21 on
      The info page kicks off by saying, "With the delayed 2020 NBA season having come to a close, eskayelle / Double Z has provided a roster update to his popular NBA Jam 2KTE series." It goes on to list all of the amazing upgrades like new players, updated rosters, and new extended announcer clips, just to name a few. You also get the added perk of keeping all the great features from 2K20TE with all 30 teams remaining playable as well as access to Charles Barkley, Dennis Rodman, and Bill Laimbeer.
      This particular rom hack took a total of 148 hours of prep time which doesn't include play testing that's some serious dedication.
      You're able to use several emulators to open and play 2K21 including zSNES or SNES9x for Windows, and SuperRetro16 for Android, as well as RetroArch and Raspberry Pi.
      Are you ready to get your NBA Jam on?

      Weekly Dose of Gaming News - Ray Tracing on an SNES!

      Weekly Dose of Gaming News - Ray Tracing on an SNES!

      Did you ever think you would see the day when you could have Ray Tracing on an SNES? Well, thanks to an engineer by the name of Ben Carter, that day is here. Man, what a time to be alive!

      According to a blog post by Carter, he's been working on the SuperRT chip for about a year, using a completely unmodified Super Famicom and a ton of wires. This is a hobby project and not associated with Nintendo in any way, but it would be so cool if this was available to the public one day.

      He breaks down how it works in his blog with this particular tidbit saying "The SuperRT chip constructs the scene using a specialized command language which is executed by one of three parallel execution units on the chip - essentially specialized CISC processors - to perform ray intersection tests." He goes into incredible detail on the fascinating process and it is definitely worth the read.

      Would you like to see Ray Tracing in your SNES games?

      Chiptune Mixtape with Alex Sy

      Chiptune Mixtape with Alex Sy
      Let’s talk about Chiptunes, synthesized electronic 8-bit music that reminds us of simple times. There’s just so much emotion to unpack with each track. You can go from funky, to whimsical, to downright terrifying. If you’re having trouble choosing, well, we’ve got options.

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      Weekly Dose of Gaming News - DOSBox Pure

      Weekly Dose of Gaming News - DOSBox Pure

      There is nothing better than sitting down for a healthy dose of nostalgia and what better way than experiencing the PC games we used to play on DOS?

      Of course, to run any of those games these days you need an emulator, and one of the more popular ones is DOSBox. Thanks to, we now know about the brand new DOSBox Pure. And according to the creator of the hardware it's "A fork of DOSBox and emulator for DOS games, built for RetroArch, aiming for simplicity and ease of use." Indie developer Bernard Schelling shares that it took six months to develop and it boasts a plethora of useful features like automated controller mappings, rewind support, save states, and much more.

      Schelling is very clear that it's still in the public testing phase, saying "This initial release is feature-complete as of now for what I wanted to accomplish, yet it is clearly marked as intended for public testing. So try to be constructive and as technical as possible if something doesn't work as expected. I'll be thankful."

      We would be more than happy to be public testers to play some Quake, Wolfenstein 3D, or The Secret of Monkey Island.

      Would you be interested in giving this new emulation software a shot?