Playstation Portable Emulators

Trying to get homebrew running on your PSP? Want to add a screen light to your Game Boy? Trying to figure out how to work your GP2X? By popular demand, discuss it in here! (This forum is for pre-built handhelds, NOT custom made portables!)

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Post by nickerous » Sat Jun 14, 2008 1:50 pm

sgtpepper wrote:There's also SNES9x and Red Dragon (Virtual Boy FTW!)
Does Red Dragon have controller support? Last I heard, it was working, but didn't have the controller mapped.

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Post by Zereo_XI » Sat Jun 14, 2008 1:59 pm

I use NesterJ (Nes), GpSP Kai Test 1 3.3 (GBA), Homer's Rin (GBC), Daedalus (N64), Snes9xTYLsmcm Test 5(Snes) and NJ's emu fro CPS1 & 2 + Mame.

I just wish I was able to play Golden Sun. Arghh!!
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Not stating any project again until I have a job.

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Post by GoldenfrankO » Sat Jun 14, 2008 3:02 pm

They need to improve Daedalus. BTW I'm using R14 beta now.

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Post by Aguiluz » Sun Jun 15, 2008 10:42 am

I'm using:

gPSP (or something like that) - Game Boy Advance EMU

IceTea 1.2 - Playstation 1 (I love Spyro!)

NES - Forgot the name, but sound is crap. Any better emulator recommended?

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Post by nickerous » Sun Jun 15, 2008 10:59 am

Currently, I'm using:

DGEN 1.70lite-Genesis
NesterJ 1.11-NES
Rin 1.32RM-GB/GBC

Have no problems with sound on NesterJ

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Post by Neildo_64 » Sun Jun 15, 2008 11:23 am

Not sure about the PSP version, but daedalus has been a personal favorite of mine since I found and used it for a while, on PC and also on XBOX. Both have seemed to be nicer than any other n64 emulators I've used, as far as compatibility, features, and running quick and smooth.
Current projects:
Ultimate N64 Guide
N64 Portable (x2)
NES Portable

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