Jasen went ahead and made me a slightly different version of his ps360+ DB15 daughter board that can pass buttons k4 and p4 through specifically for padhacks. This came up when I told him it’d be really cool to use that thing for padhacks instead of superguns, since I don’t have a supergun, and likely won’t really use one. It was a relatively simple change, but since the db15 connector only has 15 pins, he ended up using shield for ground. Anyways, heres what I have:
Category: Video Games
I swear, this is slowly becoming an arcade only blog. But anyway, since SF5 was announced as a PC and PS4 exclusive I figure I should make my sticks work on PS4. Right now it looks like it’ll be exclusive to my stick with the DB15 adapter, but, hey, better than nothing.
I picked up one of these Hori Fighting Commander Pros and ripped it apart.
Right before going to GXL (and I mean immediately before) I finished building a new stick! While at Jasen’s I had picked up a new Panzer body. This stick I had decided to padhack an xbone PCB and go with Seimitsu buttons and a Seimitsu joystick.
I’ve realized, after getting this thing booting off of batteries, there really isn’t much I can do with it until I get the case situation sorted out. I need to get some stuff mounted before I can start putting in the controls and finally using the DB15 connector (what could that be for?!). I came across this toy, Datamax KidzDelight. It’s large without being too large and cheap. Unfortunately they’re very rare to find, and common for this project. But fortunately for me there was one on ebay the moment I was looking so I bought it immediately. $12.
Enter the Datamax Kidz Delight….
So, let us begin. I first chopped down the ps one screen, then cut a large enough slot for the screen in the DataMax
So now that I’ve found the n64 again, where do I start off? It’s been four years, I remember fuck all about this thing, back to ModRetro I go…
After re-reading all of these schematics and fun stuff, I decided I knew what I needed to do to finish this thing, and ordered everything I need!
- PS2 Analog Stick
- Gamecube Controller
- Another N64 Controller. This controller has a far better shell suitable for making a case out of. Though the board likely wouldn’t work.
- More TI Power Regulators
- Prototyping Boards for mounting the buttons
- Hobby Box
- DB15 Connectors (We’ll touch on that later)
- BM LP-E6 batteries
I suppose I’d do best to kick this blog off with a decent post. Well then, four years ago I got it in my head that I wanted to start working on a portable N64. After having seen the one Ben Heck made it seemed like all too possible. Upon researching I came across the Ben Heck forums, but most importantly, ModRetro found some valuable information, and set off on doing this thing. The basic list of parts I sourced included (though I’m of course going to leave out some things I’ve forgotten):
PsOne Screen (I actually ended up with four or five of these, as well as some donor screens that ended up not working)
- A bunch of n64 boards
- A few TI PTH08080W power regulators
- Various jacks and switches
- SuperPad N64 controller
- Canon Camera Batteries