Brand new for the Raspberry Pi 4! Over 450 PlayStation 1 games ready to play, 463 games to be exact! There are so many games here, it was hard to find just one to play at a time.
Every game has a video preview and game description! Very aesthetically awesome! No need to fumble around blindly when every game has a video preview to show you what the game is about.
This will be on a 256gb microSD card. Furthermore, this is ONLY for the microSD card, you will need a Raspberry Pi 4 to play that. Further furthermore, this will ONLY work on a Raspberry Pi 4, this will not work on a Pi 3, or a Pi 400.
Every game here has a video preview and descriptions displayed, I went a step further and made custom graphics for each genres. These are grouped by genre, so they are not all in one giant folder that is a pain to navigate. They genres and their respective game counts are as follows:
- Action-Adventure – 25 games. Anything from Harry Potter to Laura Croft and Metal Gear. This is a Solid set.
- Action RPG –15 games. This has action elements, this has role playing elements, this is fifteen games to choose from.
- Adventure – 9 games. Often times looked over, but some good games here. Discworld, Clock Tower, and Broken Sword to name a few.
- Arcade Classics –13 games. Sure, they are not 'technically' PlayStation games, but they are compilations released on the PlayStation, so they count. Everything from Atari to Williams.
- Beat 'em Up –7 games. A fun collection here. One game does not have a video.
- Fighting 2D – 17 games. A huge fan favorite, all the classics and some you probably aren't aware of.
- Fighting 3D – 22 games. Much like the 2D fighting games, but in three dimensions!
- Final Fantasy Collection –8 games. These are just the JRPG games. From VII, VIII, and IX, to Origins, Anthology, and Chronicles.
- First Person Shooters – 12 games. The early adapters of FPS games.
- Japanese Style RPGs – 23 games. Everything from Breath of Fire to Xenogears, and a lot in between!
- Japanese Translations –17 games. These are Japanese games, but with English, community created, translations.
- Kids games –17 games. A lot of Disney games, and games more specifically aimed towards little kids.
- Miscellaneous – 11 games. Games that don't really fit elsewhere but still worth having. Chessmaster, LSD Dream Emulator (what an odd game), and Poy Poy to name a few.
- Music – 4 games. Get your funky groove on with these four music games. No dance pad required.
- Open World – 7 games, seven different worlds for you to explore here.
- 2D Platformer – 16 games. No need to go too far from our platforming roots.
- 3D Platformer – 22 games. But if you want to, let's throw in another dimension.
- Puzzle – 18 games. The games I love but hate that I'm bad at.
- Racing – Arcade – 27 games. The racing games to play with your friends.
- Racing – Simulation – 6 games. The racing game to spend countless hours on going for perfection.
- Roguelike RPG – 3 games. You might not be familiar with these games, but you defiantly need to check them out.
- Real Time Strategy – 8 games. Who says RTS games are just for the PC? In the name of Kane!
- Shoot ‘Em-Up – Traditional – 13 games. Whether they are horizontal, or vertical, I love 'em.
- Shoot ‘Em-Up – Others – 3 games. When you mix Shoot 'em ups with Beat 'em ups, you get these, at least two of the three, the third is... different.
- Simulation – Flight – 8 games. Ace Combat, G-Police, and Soviet Strike to name a few.
- Simulation – Space – 4 games. The three Colony Wars games and Wing Commander III.
- Simulation – Vehicle – 13 games. A round of BattleTanx anyone?
- Sports Games – 40 games. Everything from Bowling, to Wrestling. The major sports, to a few not as popular, but still fun.
- Strategy Management – 9 games. See if you can manage to put some of these down.
- Survival – 19 games. Playing these in the dark is preferred.
- Third Person Shooter – 26 games. Sometimes we want an action shooter game where we can see our entire body (looking at your CyberPunk 2077...)
- Turn Based Strategy – 17 games. Tactics not required, but could help (FF Tactics is here yes).
The vast majority of the games here can be played with the D-pad of a controller, and only a small few need analog sticks. From this, most controllers without analog sticks will work fine. Another thing to note, some games might require both sets of trigger buttons as well.