We often used the same operating systems, gaming is not an exception.
By default, most Raspberry Pi users are installing Retropie to play classic games on their tiny device.
Is this really the best option? Is there something best for beginners?
The answer is Yes! Discover everything in this video 🙂
Check the link below for more details
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????️ Batocera: https://raspberrytips.com/batocera-installation-raspberry-pi/
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———- Timestamp ———-
2:29 Supported games
3:08 Controllers management
6:15 Extra features
6:54 Overall opinion
7:59 It’s your turn
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