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In this video, I show you how to install batocera.Linux on your Raspberry Pi 4 so you can play your favorite retro games!
I go over installing the image to the SD card, Setting up a Controller, Adding Games/Roms, adding Box art and videos for your games, and changing the Batocera Theme.
Batocera is a retro gaming operating system for the Raspberry pi 4 very similar to RetroPie or Recalbox it uses Emulation station, RetroArch, and some stand-alone emulators and it allows you to play awesome retro consoles on the Pi4 like N64, SNES, NES, GBA, PS1 and many many more!

Download Batocera for the Raspberry Pi 4:
Download Etcher here:
Batocera Wiki:
Batocera Forum:

Raspberry Pi 4:
Pi4 PSU:
Full Raspberry Pi 4 Kit:

Micro Sd Cards:
USB Controller:
Bluetooth controller:

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