GBA Game Boy Advance PlayStation Raspberry Pi
H/t: Engadget
Nintendo’s Game Boy Advance hardware technically can’t play SEGA Genesis or Sony PlayStation games, but with the help of Raspberry Pi, this has now become a reality. Simply put, the mini computer runs software that streams games directly to a Game Boy Advance via its Link Port. Video / audio are then compressed and transmitted in real time to the handheld, while the latter responds with its current input, allowing to play games of any platform supported by RetroPie. Read more for a video demonstration and additional information.



You won’t need the latest Raspberry Pi 4, just a Raspberry Pi 3, but unfortunately, you’re still limited to 1.6Mbps transfer for both upstream and downstream. This just means that you’ll have to lower the stream resolution to get a consistent frame rate without much slowdown. However, Crash Bandicoot and other titles do appear to be running quite well to say the least.

Atari Ultimate Arcade Fightstick USB Dual Joystick with Trackball 2 Player Game Controller Powered by Raspberry Pi 3B+ 1GB RAM 32GB Micro SD Card Preloaded Over 100 Classic Atari Games
  • The one-stop option for all of your retropie emulator gaming needs. Well made 2 player fightstick with dual joystick and trackball allows you to game with your friends and family at home
  • Preinstalled 32GB Micro SD with download utility containing over 100 licensed Atari Games and Operating System. Play all your favorite Atari console and arcade games on one device
  • High performance arcade fightstick game controller console features large, spaced-out buttons and 8 direction bat top joysticks to deliver great responsiveness and excellent control with a real arcade feel. Trackball is intended to be used with emulation environment
  • Easy access and customizable. The top lid of the game pad can be opened access the internal parts for full control and customization to your own game style. Roomy interior with additional storage for 6ft HDMI cable, Micro USB power supply with switch and other components