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Published 3 years ago with 1 Comments
  • RetroPie 3.0 Key Features

    • Automatic controller configuration for RetroArch from EmulationStation.
    • New system for single per system rom folders, default / per rom emulator switching, as well as per rom configurations.
    • Lots of configuration tools accessible from Emulation station including setting up WiFi, a configuration editor, file manager, audio settings and more.
    • Per system and per game menu to set video output and default emulator setting.
    • Basic Joypad control in RetroPie-Setup menus.
    • Option to add game roms via USB without network access
    • Now offering over 20+ emulators + ports.
    • Lots of other improvements / bug fixes from the 2.6 release.
 

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  • idlethreat
    +1

    Last time I tried Retropie it was pretty terrible. Zero documentation. It looks like they're at least put together some general installation instructions this time around. might give it a shot and see how it goes.

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