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Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by sasuri, Jan 2, 2010.
is there a any way can i Play psx in ds
and can i paly gba game in ds slot 1
You can play gba games with an iPlayer,
Unsure about PSx but i dont think it can.
Yeah, GBA games on an iPlayer or the upcoming SuperCard DSTwo is the only way from slot-1.
PSX however, the DS is nowhere near powerul enough to emulate that, so no.
GBA with slot-1 is only possible with an iPlayer or a Supercard DSTwo. As for PSX the DS would have button problems and is no way powerful enough.
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i just played psx games and ps2 on my ds. i put the psx ontop of my ds and played. i found that the ps2 slim takes up less room but both make it hard to see the ds screen. the same works for my gba and my ds. the gba only takes up half of the ds so i was still able to play some homebrew that only used the top screen (like nesDS).
i hope that helps you!
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No srsly, the NDS is no way near the power to play psx, but with the proper card (iPlayer or SCDS2) you can play GBA ROMs without any expansion.
Button Problems? isnt the analog sticks not required on the PSX? and L2 and R2 can be made to be used on the touch screen right? but i agree on the not powerful enough part...until a flash card gets fast enough to run 1. Also if it is possible to make 1 4 DS it'd go to slow 4 now
Well thats wat i think
XD yeah i can put Ps3 games on my NES too and it works perfectly! LOL!
It's more about emulation and the components the ds doesn't have that makes this virtually impossible, speed really doesn't matter, check loz oot for dadelus 64 (spelling?) on psp.
The analog isn't required but some games need to access L2 and R2 quickly so it would be akward and aren't PS1 ISOs like 4 Gigabytes?
psx games fit on cd-r. 700 MB max.
PS1 iso 4gb?? Nah, oldschool CDs mate - 700mb max.
if they were 4 gig. my psp wud hav run out of room already.
and id recommend getting a CFW PSP because u can use PSX games on it just as good as a PSX with ALL the buttons working.
Yes you can play PSX on your Nintendo DS. You take the ISO of the game and rename it to have .nds at the end. If that doesn't work, then you're gonna have to make a homebrew port of it by unpacking the ISO and finding the source code and converting all of it into C++ then compiling it into a .nds file with PAlib.
Mind you, neither will work, but the second option sounds all so plausible, doesn't it?
And GBA games can be played in slot-1, as long as you have a slot-2 ram expansion like the EZ-Flash 3in1.
This thread is an example to n00bs, the DS can only emulate GBA, NES, SNES, ect.
Can't emulate GBA. Has to use a slot-2 to play GBA.
Well, technically, you can emulate if you have an iPlayer, but most people don't.
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