In this video, I’ll show you how to make your own Mini Sega Genesis Console using a Raspberry Pi 4 running RetroPie. The console has wireless controllers and can be used to play a number of legacy arcade, console and classic PC games. So if you had a Nintendo, Sega or Atari console back in the day then you’ll definitely want to give this project a try.

RetroPie is a free Linux distribution that runs really well on the Raspberry Pi 4, so that’s what we’re going to be using for this project.

Here’s a full write-up for the project which includes more detailed setup instructions –

Download the 3D Print Files for the mini Sega Genesis console case –

What You Need For This Project:
Raspberry Pi 4 2GB –
Power Adaptor –
Aluminium Heatsink Set –
Or Get The CanaKit (Includes Pi, Heatsinks and Power Adaptor) –
Wireless Gamepad (or two) –
32GB MicroSD Card –
Dcorn Monitor (Or Use Your Television) –

3D Printer Used – Creality Ender 3 Pro –

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