Game Boy Advance 'hacked' to run PlayStation games using a Raspberry Pi
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The Game Boy Advance is useful in the modern era for more than watching Christopher Nolan blockbusters. Gizmodonotes that tinkerer Rodrigo Alfonso has Nintendo's 20-year-old handheld running PlayStation (and Genesis, and SNES) games without special modifications. The trick, as you might imagine revolves around a custom cartridge — you're technically running the game on a separate system.

The cartridge houses a Raspberry Pi 3 mini-computer running the RetroPie emulator and streaming both video...

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