RetroPie Super Mario Odyssey 64 On The Raspberry Pi 3

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Checking out Super Mario Odyssey 64 on the Pi 3 running RetroPie.
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Educational purposes only. No games or images are being distributed. This is just to showcase what is possible with the software. Thanks!

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  1. Dude, I saw that in your video yesterday when you were scrolling through the N64 ROMs and was like "what the heck is that?". That and SM64 Last Impact. I had to google those and found a site to download them and they also had some trailer type videos. They look pretty sweet.

  2. Lets have fun with this…. If "Rockstar Games" wrote Mario 64… what would Princess Peach's letter to Mario say instead of "Mario, I baked you a cake".

  3. When i stated a lot of the games were laggy on this image I was only talking about a N64 games, the rest of the image is perfection in my eyes. Just N64 im optimizing settings for each game, hoping to get them all running smoothly.

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