Spoiler: Mario Party did it. Mostly.
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I wanted to build something that would allow me to play arcade games on RetroPie with a more authentic feel, rather than using a standard controller.
Someone recreated the iconic first level of Super Mario Bros as a fully-playable, life-size augmented reality (AR) game in Central Park. The results are astounding.
This short guide will show you how to quickly and easily add ROMs to RetroPie using the USB flash drive method.
Using a bluetooth controller with RetroPie is a piece of cake -- this guide will show you how. Works on all Raspberry Pi versions (including the Pi Zero).
I just put 2,400 vintage games (and an emulator to run them) into an NES cartridge for about 30 bucks. Computing power has finally become small (and inexpensive) enough to make such a project possible.
How to install (and use) RetroPie!
The Xbox 360 isn't just for gaming -- you can also use it to watch movies. The video formats listed in this guide are Xbox-compatible.
The new Xbox 360 has integrated WiFi -- but the old white one doesn't. Why spend $70+ on an Xbox 360 WiFi adapter when you can spend $20-30 on the original Xbox adapter and call it a day?