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Video Discussion: Pushing Emulation to the MAXIMUM!

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Name: Pushing Emulation to the MAXIMUM!
Category: News and Entertainment
Date Added: 2018-03-07
Submitter: SIMPLYAUSTIN

Bored with the same old RetroPie crap?  Is it me or is the nostalgia being lost on the one thing you want nostalgic?  Well lets change that and get the Retro Gaming goodness back... HERE IS MY CREATIONS!



Pushing Emulation to the MAXIMUM!

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