@steptoe Started out with my old work laptop that had a Linux on it, installed Retropie just to tinker around and ended up with an arcade machine build around it :-) Since I had most components laying around, the cost was around 100 euro...well worth the price!
@jborges A pic is not so useful, upload the file itself to pastebin.com and show the url. Also, restart ES and upload the /home/pi/.emulationstation/es_log.txt to pastebin.com, maybe there's another error in play.
@ranma N64 controllers feel awful imo and the analog sticks are garbage. Really the only thing that doesn't translate to a modern controller is the c buttons, it's a little awkward having them mapped to the right analog.
I’d like to add in my thanks as well. Originally I had a few dozen nes games but I’ve since expanded into hundreds of games for multiple systems and I’ve learned quite a bit of Linux along the way. Currently I’m working on configuring a collection of games for ms-dos and had an amazing time playing TIE Fighter last night. What a game, and what a time we live in!
Also, this thing is an absolute hit at parties. I have it set up in a back room next to my kitchen and half the guests end up in there playing Mario, Frogger or Street Fighter at some point. I get lots of questions about it and love talking about the Raspberry Pi project and Linux.