Raspberry Pi is good for numerous things, including emulating retro games. Learn how to get set up with RetroPie emulators today.
If you’re craving a retro gaming session and have a Raspberry Pi, you can install RetroPie on your Raspberry Pi to build your very own vintage gaming rig.
If you are into retro gaming, you may have come across files with a “.chd” extension. What are CHD files, and why is their file size so large?
There are a number of classic games, also known as optional packages, you can play in RetroPie that are completely free and totally legal. Check them out!
RetroPie is an excellent way to relive all of your video game nostalgia, and here we feature some RetroPie customization tips to make it more pleasing to the eye.
In addition to running RetroPie on the Raspberry Pi, it is also capable of running Kodi as an extension. Learn how you can install Kodi on RetroPie.
RetroPie users can run into a myriad of problems. Here are some of the most common problems and fixes that will help to improve Retropie performance.
When it comes to video game emulation, RetroPie is the most popular operating system around, while RecalBox is gaining its share of fans. Find out the pros and cons of RetroPie vs. RecalBox and which one you should use.
You can easily set up the Raspberry Pi to become a retro gaming machine with RetroPie. Here’s how you can transfer ROMs to Retropie and start playing games.
The new cut-down version of the Raspberry Pi can run Retropie, but there are a few things you should know about using it as a retro gaming computer.
Want to get the full retro gaming experience that you once had on a CRT display? In this article we’ll help you do that using Retropie via the careful application of the built-in shaders.
For those who have difficulty figuring out the joystick modes and file system problems in Retropie, here’s how you can properly configure Retropie in Raspberry Pi.