First thing here I’ll be putting links to the components I got for my build as reference I didn’t buy any of mine from those sellers cause I bought all from local sellers in my country.
1. Raspberry Pi: As I said in the Intro this is system works with RetroPie so you would need a Raspberry Pi, I used the latest Pi 3 B+ but I think you can use version 2 also. The only thing here is if you go with a Pi Zero games you can play are a lot less and the build may change in some parts (since I have extended the Pi IO like Audio, USBs, HDMI and Power button) so check the schematics picture to see if it make sense for you.
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