Do you want to learn how you can buy or create your own retro device?
First an introduction of who we are:
The NES Store opened in February 2014, we bought and sold classic NES, SNES and N64 games through our website and FB page. In February 2016, we closed the doors to our shop. Since then we changed our name to The NES Page which now serves as a place to discuss the NES, recent gaming news, retro gaming, collector information etc.
If you want to purchase a retro device. eBay is the place.
Simply search “Pi Cart” or “RetroPie” in the eBay search bar. Or click this link: RETRO KITS ON EBAY
For those that want to build your own.
You can find a ton of information just by googling “Raspberry Pi Build”.
Here are 2 tutorials to build your own:
1) PI-3: RASPBERRY PI3 RETRO BUILD
2) Pi-Cart: PI-CART RETRO BUILD
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Retro devices are fun and nostalgic. Whether you want to build one of your own or just play games. The NES Page does not advocate the use of any copyrighted materials when building your system. The use of ROMS of a copyrighted game is ILLEGAL. There are plenty of copyright free games or homebrews you can use on your retro builds. Do not use illegal ROMS! The NES Page is in no way affiliated with Nintendo and its respected partners. Our intent is just to show how fun and exciting retro gaming can be. Enjoy!
The NES Page is a fan-based organization for retro & modern gaming enthusiasts, collectors, and nostalgia seekers. We work within the gaming community to increase awareness and overall fandom for those who grew up in the 80’s, and 90’s, or are fans of the classic gaming era. We aim to promote the retro & modern gaming community and its contributors.