In my opinion the ideal situation would be a backend that any developer could build a frontend to that would suit their approach. For example there are many Retroarch frontends like Highscore, EmulationStation, etc. These all suit the needs for what some person may want. Source: 2 months ago
Replacement for the epic EmuDeck. It utilises EmulationStation. Source: 5 months ago
I use EmulationStation on a lot of devices. It would cover what you're looking for. Other frontends I like are RetroArch and Daijisho. Source: 5 months ago
If you want to piece meal and customize it RetroArch and Emulation Station is the way to go. Also have a robust wiki. Source: 5 months ago
Helpful link https://emulationstation.org/. Source: 7 months ago
Because there is already something :) https://emulationstation.org/. Source: 10 months ago
Try this instead, scroll to the bottom, choose Debian. Source: 11 months ago
The website is emulationstation.org, they have a windows version. Source: about 1 year ago
When I open emulationstation on my computer, it says something along the lines of "no systems detected. Visit emulationstation.org for more details. Any solutions? Source: about 1 year ago
There’s Emulation Station. It’s the front end that RetroPie uses. Though I don’t think there’s been any development on it for quite some time. RetroPie might use their own fork. Worth looking into. Source: over 1 year ago
There have been a lot of good suggestions, I’ll throw another oddball out there, Emulation Station. Source: over 1 year ago
Https://emulationstation.org/ - note that it hasn't had any commits added for a couple of years (not that it really needs any). Source: almost 2 years ago
So the program that the guy you linked is using isn't actually RetroArch, he's using a completely program called EmulationStation which works a bit differently and requires you to download the individual Windows emulators and set everything up a bit more manually. In this particular example, the Youtuber actually has M.U.G.E.N installed normally and is just using EmulationStation to launch it; much in the same way... Source: about 2 years ago
Do you know an article comparing EmulationStation to other products?
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