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Old 01-04-2012, 04:50 PM   #1
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LXer: Still Got SNES And Genesis Game Cartridges? Play Them On Linux With 'Retrode 2'


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Retrode 2 can turn your Linux box into a retro gaming machine. The little black box allows you to play all your good old SNES and Genesis games legally on your PC. Retrode 2 is a USB adapter for classic 16 bit video games. It includes dual cartridge reader ports and supports original game controllers.

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