The EZ Flash Omega is a GBA/NDS/NDS Lite compatible flashcart that enables you to play downloaded GBA, NES, GB, and GBC ROMs and homebrew. It is a newly released flashcart from the EZ Flash Team, the team that brought us the popular and affordable EZ Flash IV. This EZ Flash
The EZ Flash IV is a GBA flashcart that enables you to play downloaded GBA ROMs and homebrew. It is one of the cheaper options when it comes to GBA flashcarts. In this review of the EZ Flash IV (2015 Edition) I will cover in-depth the pros and cons of
The EZ Flash Omega is a newly released GBA flashcart that is capable of playing GBA, GB, GBC, and NES ROMs. This is a tutorial on how to set up the flashcart and in depth guide on how to use its many features.
Known 3DS hacker, Plutoo, has released an exploit that enables users to install the Homebrew Launcher on a Nintendo Switch. This tutorial will detail how to install the homebrew launcher to be able to play homebrew games and applications on your Nintendo Switch.
A new way of storing your content has been developed in order to move away from Sony’s proprietary PS Vita memory card. You can now use a Micro SD card to store all of your homebrew and game content. Though this takes some setting up, this is the preferred way
In this tutorial you will learn how to hack your PS Vita to be able to play homebrew games, emulators, and more to get the most out of your handheld console. We will be using the HENkaku and HENkaku Enso exploits. What is homebrew? Homebrew are games and other software which
If you want to be able to play PS Vita game backups or homebrew, you’ll need to buy a suitable PS Vita. Use this PS Vita buying guide to purchase the best Vita that will enable you to do this.
For users who want more than Chrome OS, there is the option to install Linux natively. This allows for a more complete OS that gets rid of most of the limitations of Chrome OS. This method removes Chrome OS from your Chromebook and turns it solely into a Linux machine.