Do you like the Retropie on the Raspberry Pi 3, but wish it had some more emulators? Or maybe you weren’t satisfied with what it could do and need another reason to buy it? Well here are 3 more emulators that we can get running for the Pie that could change your mind or give you something else to do with the device and software. The Nintendo DS, Sony PSP, and Sega Dreamcast all have running emulators on the RetroPie for the Raspberry Pi 3 and we are here to test them today. Can they run your favorite games or will hardware limitation finally catch up do this little device?
Skip Intro: 3:50
Nintendo DS: 5:12
Sony PSP: 12:16
Sega Dreamcast: 16:20
Edit 1: I forgot to put the compatibility list here from github for PSP and Dreamcast games. FYI the lists takes some time to load so give it a second before you try to Ctrl-F to find the game.
Github DS Page:
Github PSP Page:
PSP Compatibility list:
Github Dreamcast Page:
Dreamcast Compatibility list:
Note: If I seem too negative at certain points understand that I am talking about it from the perspective of someone who may want to purchase the device for any of these 3 emulators. If something that someone wants isn’t possible on the device then it needs to be said to make sure someone doesn’t feel cheated out of a purchase. The fact that any of these emulators can do what they can on the Pi 3 is amazing, but that doesn’t make the problems that are there go away for fans who want to buy this machine.
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