Lakka converts your PC or Raspberry Pi in videoconsola-emulador thanks to Linux

If you are a lover of video game console emulators and have passion for computers single board or SBC as the Raspberry Pi you're in luck, because the distro Lakka It will join two concepts so that you can easily create your own miniconsola-emulador, with which to enjoy the classics of Sega, Nintendo and PlayStation.

Lakka It is a GNU/Linux distribution based on Retroarch and OpenELEC, with an interface like mediacenter that reminds us the menus that we can find on consoles such as the PlayStation 3 or the PSP. Best of all is that the distro is fully compatible with SBCs as Raspberry Pi, CuBox-i, HummingBoard, Banana Pi, Cubieboard 2 and Cubietruck, In addition to PCs or laptops.

This distro has a wide range of emulators that will allow us to enjoy the legendary SEGA consoles titles, other Nintendo as the NES, SNES and Gameboy, and even classics for two or a few more modern games for PlayStation or PSP. The limit actually not software makes it both as the power equipment we are going to use.

Simplicity at its finest

One of the biggest advantages of Lakka It is its tremendous ease of use even from the process of discharge, Since we find an Assistant who will be helping us step by step and visually to choose both the image of the distro team wherever we go it to use as the installer we will need in our operating system.

Once downloaded the image, all you have to flashearla on an SD card by using the installer that we have downloaded and enter the ROMs you want within the specific system folder. After, We will only have to put in the Raspberry Pi or the device you have chosen and ready, We already have our prepared console.

Lakka supports controls like those of PS3 and XBOX360, and once connected to our TV and powered on the only thing we have to do is to navigate to a menu that will show us the different consoles that we can emulate and ROMs that we have introduced for each.

Source | GENBETA

Autor: Yúbal FM

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