In the world of gaming, handheld emulators have become increasingly popular for their ability to play classic games on the go. One of the latest handheld emulators to hit the market is the Anbernic RG35XX, and I’ve just released a new video review of the device.
In this video I unbox the latest handheld from Anbernic – The RG353P. I also start clean by flashing the SD card and install JELOS custom Linux firmware straight away. I also compare screen and sizes to the RG552 and RG503 as well as a certain retro controller.
The somewhat clickbaity header image a side, did you know it’s actually very possible to pay your PS5 library of games on your Anbernic RG552 or any other Android device? Yes, it’s via remote play BUT not ordinary Wi-Fi remote play from Sony, but via the PSPlay app that you’ll find in Google Play Store. […]
This year will be the year when handheld consoles take over the world for real (trust me). I have been following the market (not least via the brilliant Taki Udon on Youtube) since I bought my first retro console PocketGo a few years ago. However, the problem with that and with many other handhelds is […]