Gaming emulation on a Raspberry Pi is the process of using the small, single-board computer to imitate the hardware of a classic gaming console. By installing special software called an emulator, the Raspberry Pi can run games that were originally designed for consoles such as the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES), the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES), the Game Boy Advance (GBA), and many others. This allows you to play retro games on your Raspberry Pi, which can be connected to a TV or monitor for a more authentic gaming experience.
It can also include other features like higher resolution and save states. This allows you to enjoy a wide range of games and platforms on one device, and it is a cost-effective solution for retro gaming.