The day finally came! We finally finished puting together the most impressive Dreamcast collections to date! You can pick how you’d like to play! The Retropie 4, Windows PC and TerraOnion MODE Library collections join our DCEMU Library collections to give you 4 different ways you can enjoy one of the most revered systems of all time! Continue Reading It’s Dreamcast day! We are finally rolling out our brand new Dreamcast Collections!
We are glad to inform that we’ve finally updated some of our most sought-after collections to be able to run on the Raspberry Pi 4. These join our previously updated Ultimate 128, Optimum 256 and Supreme 400 collections for the Pi 4. Continue Reading More Collections Now Updated for the Raspberry Pi 4
We are proud to *finally* introduce the release of our Amiga Retropie Collection! With 2000+ WHDLoad games, split into ECS/OCS (Amiga 500), AGA (Amiga 1200), CDTV and Amiga 32 sections. All in a custom and exclusive Amiga theme that will make any Commodore Amiga fan have that awesome nostalgia feeling when browsing through the list of games available to be played! Continue Reading Introducing the Amiga Retropie Collection
Now available is the PS2 Hard Drive that so many customers have claiming for a while now! It’s the complete USA collection of PS2 ISOS (NTSC-U) in a 4TB hard drive.
Also in the drive, all the PS2 media (Snap Videos, Box Art), and a pre-setup PS2 Emulator and Front-end for the PC. You can pretty much just plug the USB hard drive on your PC, start the Front-end and play, if your computer is powerful enough to run PS2 games.
These can also be used on a modded PS2 system. All ISOS come compressed into Gzip or 7zip format.
By request of some of our customers, we’ve decided to put together a new collection for those that own a Terraonion Super SD System 3 attached to their PC-Engine or TurboGrafx 16 but are having trouble finding the right games to play on it!
It is fairly easy to find HuCard ROM images online. They are everywhere, and they don’t take too much space, but when it comes to the CD-ROM games, the story is completely different. It might be impossible, or extremely time consuming to get all those ISO images together to use in emulators, flash carts or to put together a Retropie image.