[Essentials] PSP Homebrew/Games

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    [Essentials] PSP Homebrew/Games



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    Not gonna' bother with a rating system. If it's not crap (or an emulator) it can go here.
    Not listing emulators because they have their own sticky that's taken care of.
    Not listing plugins because the majority of them are just additional common features and thus are covered by (and named in) the FAQ.
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    Thanks. I think the download link from Dungeons: Assault Run isn't working, however. It might be a temporary thing, or it might've expired... or I might've had a brain fart and am clicking the wrong download link. [IMG]
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    You're right it's gone, I fixed it.
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    Trying to avoid anything that might bring up copyright issues. ^^;
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    i think its worth nothing that psp revolution was coded for 1.0/1.5 only. so if you are on m33 and a phat psp youll want to install 1.5 kernel plugin, and for slims you will need LEDA 2 to run it. irshell needs this as well, as far as i know. (also, prometheus fw wont install if you have the 1.5 kernel plugin, but leda will work for that).

    http://psp-homebrew.eu/hbname.php?id=1023

    that used to be my all time favorite homebrew games back in 2006. i'm not sure how it compares to polygun asteroid mission wars though.
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    PSP Revolution doesn't require the 1.50 kernel, therefore it works fine without either the 1.50 addon or LEDA if you get the most recent releases rather than the initial ones.
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    Totally forgot there was powder for the PSP...

    I checked that out but most of those do not run and haven't been updated in like five years.
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    to be fair psp revolution hasn't either (i have one from 2006?). trig wars runs well on my phat wih 5.00 m33-6 (with leda, no 1.50 kernel addon), so i am not sure if it will on others.
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    Still works though.

    edit: also for PSPR in the desc. putting that it works with .SM files would make more people look at it since that is what made me download it in the first place.
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    excellent thread, love it. hoping for some more contributions but this is already awesome
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    The PSP Genesis Competition is still ongoing, when that's completed this thread is going to get one hell of an update.
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    someone should update this list and state which home brew is capable with each version.
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    someone should give this thread it's hell of an update since the genesis competition is over
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    Haha whoops, I totally forgot about that... I'll get on that.

    EDIT: And done.
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    that's one big list now

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