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How to build your own Super NES Classic Edition

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The Super NES Classic Edition is almost everything we could have ever asked for — except that it only plays about 20 games and you’ll have to wait until Sept. 29 to get your hands on it. 

Luckily for rabid Nintendo fans, there’s an easy way to revisit the glory of your favorite 1990s games much sooner than September. All it requires is a Raspberry Pi, a bundle free software, a gaming controller, and a couple of free hours. 

Please note: Before we start this guide, you should know that the that the rules around downloading retro games are somewhat murky. To avoid any possible legal trouble, we recommend only backing up games you already legally own. Be sure to do your own due diligence to investigate what’s allowed as it can vary in different regions. Read more…

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