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05-10-2018, 22:42   #1
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Best bang for buck

Haven't played any video games in maybe 10 years.

Was thinking about buying one of the retro mini/classic consoles.

I grew up playing snes, megadrive, n64 and ps1.

Which of the classic consoles is going to give best bang for buck? Or a retro pie with some decent controllers be better?

Likely only be able to play an hour here and there.
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05-10-2018, 22:49   #2
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Get the snes mini, you can hack it and put shedloads of games on it and there's some real classics on there
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06-10-2018, 10:18   #3
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Buy a raspberry pi and a couple pads from pihut in the UK, then run recall box or retro pi
It’ll play most consoles and computers up until the mid to late nineties fine
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06-10-2018, 10:53   #4
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If you want branded hardware the SNES Classic is nice and plays everything, with a little tweaking, from the era, from SNES to NES, from Gameboy to Megadrive.
Raspberry Pi is a good fit too, and there's some nice complete images out there for a 32gb micro SD card that will suit your needs, Google is your friend!
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Get an Nvidia Shield TV and load it up with RetroBox and and heap load of roms and you'll have everything you could ever want.
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