Until further notice, we have closed our online shop and can only provide limited support for previous direct purchases. Many of our products can still be purchased online through our approved resellers CastleMania Games and RetroStuff.ca.
We are taking this time to streamline our business operations and focus on R&D of new products which have been in development limbo for way too long. Below is our product release history, which we intend to keep expanding.
1 July 2018 - Our shop is now temporarily closed so that we can focus on new product development. Additional stock of our existing products is currently in production.
11 June 2018 - We've got some important information to share about a temporary shut down of the shop, coming at the end of this month.
20 May 2018 - Please check our blog for the latest update about our store. Most notably, we have PS2/3 YPbPr cables in stock.
17 March 2018 - We fully restocked our store, which included the following new items: PlayStation adapters, 6ft 5RCA Extension Cables, 6ft 5RCA Male-to-Male Cables.
3 March 2018 - We've made an announcement regarding the next restocking date of our store. Please check out this tweet for the two relevant mailing list updates.
14 February 2018 - The PlayStation product page is now up and running, but remains a work in progress.
29 January 2018 - We have updated our Genesis and SNES test software to v1.4. The key update to this release is the addition of a 50Hz/60Hz flashing object for testing 240p processing. These can be found over on our Free Stuff page.
17 January 2018 - We just posted on our blog to help clear up some misinformation found over on YouTube.
26 December 2017 - We have a new blog post detailing the saga of sourcing a PlayStation connector.
13 June 2017 - We have released two new product pages, for the Saturn and Neo Geo. There are also various updates all around the site. The Sync Jitter page has been updated to discuss the cause of the issue and steps taken to resolve it in the new revision (AH0) of the cables. Genesis and SNES pages have changelogs, as well as additional approved modding services from Voultar's Mod Shop. We've also made our Return Policy more clear and consistent, and have made some other various tweaks on other parts of the site.