Raspbery Pi 3B/3B+ Compatible | 50 Systems | 15K+ Games
128 GB Retropie SD - Ultimate Collection with Video Previews & 3D Boxart
What’s included: Class 10 Samsung 128GB MicroSD EVO Select (or SanDisk Ultra 128GB microSDXC depending on stock) with Adapter.
Stop troubleshooting and start playing! Ready for PLUG & PLAY, loaded with over 15,000 games & RetroPie 4.4 (Released April 2018 - The only version compatible with the new Raspberry Pi 3 B plus, built off Raspbian Stretch version).
Pre-Loaded SD Image comes with over 15,000 games from 50 classic gaming systems . Each system allows you to sort games by Single or Multiplayer, Genre, Favorites and many other options. As you scroll through the game collections, you can watch video previews of them from the menu even before you decide to play it. Box art and Title/Marquee art is overlayed on the video preview for a sleek and attractive browsing experience.
Favorites menu comes pre-loaded with selected favorites from multiple systems to get you started, you can add/remove any game from the favorites menu with a single button-press.
ALSO INCLUDES MOST RECENT VERSION OF KODI: Launches from RetroPie Game System Menu
Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) : 887 Games
Famicom: 385 Games
Famicom Disk System: 70 Games
Super Nintendo: 781 Games
Super Famicom (Japanese Exclusives with English Translations): 540 Games
Satellaview/Nintendo BS-X: 65 Games
Nintendo 64: 303 Games
Game Boy: 851 Games
Game Boy Color: 536 Games
Game Boy Advance: 1067 Games
Virtual Boy: 24 Games
SG-1000: 74 Games
Sega MasterSystem: 344 Games
Sega Mark III: 70 Games
Sega Genesis: 941 Games
Sega Megadrive (Japan Exclusives): 232 Games
Sega CD: 15 Games
Sega 32X: 33 Games
(NEW!) Sega Dreamcast: 12 Games
Sega Game Gear: 335 Games
TurboGrafx 16: 94 Games
PC Engine (Japan Exclusives): 289 Games
SuperGrafx: 5 Games
TurboGrafx 16 CD: 46 Games
PlayStation (PS1): 35 Games
PSP Minis: 84 Games
MAME: 1644 Games
Final Burn Alpha: 45 Games
Capcom (Playsystem 1, 2 & 3): 96 Games
Cave: 21 Games
Daphne (Laser Disc): 12 Games
Neo-Geo: 142 Games
Neo-Geo Pocket: 9 Games
Neo-Geo Pocket Color: 40 Games
Atari 2600: 653 Games
Atari 7800: 59 Games
Atari Lynx: 76 Games
WonderSwan: 110 Games
WonderSwan Color: 91 Games
Vectrex: 15 Games
(NEW!) Magnavox Odyssey² / Videopac: 70 Games
Commodore 64: 2231 Games*
(NEW!) Intellivision: 120 Games
ColecoVision: 140 Games
MSX: 505 Games
(NEW!) Sharp X68000: 276 Games
(NEW!) Amstrad CPC: 358 Games
(NEW!) Sinclair ZX Spectrum: 463 Games
NES Classic Edition: 30 Games
SNES Classic Edition: 21 Games
*Please note that while the Commodore 64 system has been set up to utilize joysticks and/or game controllers, it is still necessary to use a keyboard for some functionality. All other systems can be operated with just gamepads.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: I'm looking around at different cards, what's unique about this one?
A: 1.) I use a top-of-the-line Samsung EVO Select Micro SD Card (or SanDisk Ultra microSDXC depending on stock) (these are the highest rated on Amazon). Check other listings, make sure you're not getting cheap garbage from China that overheats, runs slow, or is prone to corrupting.
2.) The games and emulators actually work and there are no duplicates or known-non-working games. I've taken the time to make sure everything is set up exactly how it needs to be so you're not disappointed when you start using your card.
3.) Removed ADULT games. Not trying to censor anything, but there are some weird bootleg and adult themed games that are quite graphic. Imagine showing this off to a group of work-friends, or setting it up in a child's room only to find out there are 100's of X-Rated games. I've taken the time to remove these from the menu. You can add them later if you really want them. :)
Q: What do I need in addition to this card to get going?
A: A Raspberry Pi 3 with a power supply, a game controller and an HDMI cable. Wouldn't hurt to get a case and some heat syncs either.
Q: Can I play this on my PC/Mac computer?
A: No, sorry. This is specifically built to run on the Raspberry Pi micro computer.
Q: Hey, do you have "X" game?
A: Probably! With over 15,000 games, there are too many to list here. Most game systems have their full game library, while some of the more advanced CD based systems are limited to the "greatest hits". If there's something you're really interested in, just shoot me a message and ask. I'll let you know if it's on there and I respond quickly. Sorry, I can't add any additional games for you, but you are able to do that yourself.
Q: What controller/case do you recommend?
A: There are a lot of choices and there's plenty of information online for people to peruse. It comes down to personal preference. Wireless/Bluetooth/Wired controllers, sleek cases, cases that disperse heat or cases 3D printed to look like classic consoles. There are lots of options! Since this system contains games that utilize the analog sticks on a controller (PS1, N64) then I would recommend a controller that has analog sticks, like the XBOX Wireless controllers. For a case, my recommendation would be the FLIRC case (2nd Generation).
### Current Playstation Game Library ###
Breath of Fire III
Castlevania - Symphony of the Night
Crash Bandicoot 2 - Cortext Strikes Back
Crash Bandicoot 3 - Warped
CTR: Crash Team Racing
Dead of Alive
Final Fantasy IX
Final Fantasy Tactics
Final Fantasy VII
Final Fantasy VIII
Gran Turismo 2
Legend of Dragoon, The
Metal Gear Solid
Resident Evil 2
Resident Evil 3 - Nemesis
Spyro The Dragon
Spyro 2 - Ripto's Rage!
Spyro - Year of the Dragon
The Raiden Project
Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2
WWF Wrestlemania: The Arcade Game