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BeQuietZack
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Jesus that's expensive, just build your own Raspberry Pi with a starting kit. 

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That thing is beyond expensive!

For the retro consoles, the ones that are out of my reach i just play on emulators, like the Sharp X6800 and Commodore Amiga.

If you happen to have a decent enough computer, i would recommend trying to emulate the consoles first, its much cheaper and also a real "shock" to see if you actually like the console or not.

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3 hours ago, DustierDolphin said:

Thanks I found all the parts I need to make the same thing I found for like 1/4 the price 

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Modding an original Xbox is a cheap and versatile option. It's powerful, has (proprietary, but convertible) USB-ports and built-in Ethernet, disc-drive, HDD and power supply.

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21 hours ago, Raskolnikov said:

Jesus that's expensive, just build your own Raspberry Pi with a starting kit. 

I have a Raspberry Pi 3. It's terrible for N64 games. I think I heard the Nvidia Shield is supposed to be great for N64 though.

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