Using RetroPie, you can quickly turn your Raspberry Pi into a highly versatile retro gaming rig that is more than capable of running games for several systems such as the SNES, GBA, PS1, DOS and many more.
We will be showing you the process of installing and configuring RetroPie on your Raspberry Pi as well as how to copy roms to your Pi or connect it to a network drive.
For those who do not know what RetroPie is, it is a software package that is built on top of the Raspbian operating system. The package contains a range of different software that will enable the ability to emulate and play classic games.
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