Retro Gaming on the Raspberry Pi: Everything You Need to Know @Raspberry_Pi #piday #raspberrypi
Check out this helpful article posted on makeuseof back in 2013.
Who could have thought that in this age of immersive, 3D network gaming with webcams, headsets, and chat, that comparatively basic games from the past would still prove popular?
Indeed, who in their right mind would have guessed that the little Raspberry Pi could prove so vital as a platform for so-called retro gaming, offering support for a vast array of emulators and different types of controller device.
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