RetroPie, the operating system that turns Raspberry Pi computers into retro emulation stations, now works with Raspberry Pi 4. Gamers have been waiting for official Pi 4 support in the last few months, since the Pi 4's improved processor, graphics card and RAM should improve the performance of some games.
Pi 4 support comes with the new RetroPie version 4.6, which also includes operating system updates GUI and emulators. According to the RetroPie developers, Pi 4 support is still in beta, but should work fine for most people.
In addition to Pi 4 support, RetroPie 4.6 marks a transition from the old Raspbian Stretch image to the new Raspbian Buster image. According to the developers of RetroPie, RetroPie will support both Raspian Stretch and Raspbian Buster for now, but will eventually end support for the old, less secure Stretch standard.
You can download Retropie 4.6 and find installation instructions on the RetroPie website. Pi 4 computers are available on the CanaKit website for only $ 35.