Is Batocera.Linux the perfect Emulation OS for the Atari VCS?
In this video, we take a look at a Batocera running on the all-new Atari VCS and it works great!
Batocera is like Retropie and Recalbox but it’s a stand-alone emulation OS based on Linux and it can be run from a USB drive!
It supports Gamecube, PS2,3DS, Dreamcast, PSP, N64, and many many more emulators.
We test ou some Gamecube using the dolphin emulator, PSP using PPSSPP, sega satin, Dreamcast, and even PS2 on the Atari VCS. SO should you set this up on your VCS? Let’s find out.
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