favorite/best emu's and homebrew for psp

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Apr 13, 2008
  1. teH XeRO
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    was curious of anyone's opinion or what you play around with the most. was curious if games like the streetfighter 3 games or marvel vs capcoms can be emulated.
     
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    thanks for the response i'll def look into it
     
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    Yeah, if you're into fighters definitely check CPS1 and CPS2 out. They're both excellent emus. You might also want to check MVSPSP and NCDZPSP out. They're Neo-Geo and Neo-Geo CD emulators by the same author. Here's NJ's website:

    http://nj-emu.tfact.jp/

    Snes9xTYL and PicoDrive are also very good. Snes9xTYL is a SNES emu made by YoYoFR and Laxer3a, it's been ported to the 3.xx kernel by Chilly Willy and Captshoe. Here's a download link:

    http://dl.qj.net/Snes9xTYL-0.4.2-ME-for-PS...14889/catid/135

    PicoDrive is a Sega Genesis/MegaDrive emulator. It's made Notaz, famous for his GP2X work. It plays a lot of games full speed. Here's the latest update:

    http://dl.qj.net/PicoDrive-for-PSP-v1.40b-...16547/catid/133

    gpSP is a full speed GBA emu made by Exophase. I't hasn't been updated for a while, but it plays most games full speed without any problems.

    http://dl.qj.net/gpSP-v0.9-for-TA-082-HEN-...11799/catid/122

    These programs all work on the 3.xx kernel, so if you're using a slim they'll work without any problems.

    I'll add some more later [​IMG]
     
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    Make sure you read the "Read Me" attached to those files. On the CPSP1/2 for example, you have to make a cache before you can play any ROM you through on there...I just wish there was Infrastructure implemented into it, so we can play MVC1 on there
     
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    mvc1 won't work with those emu?...i tried d/l the cps2 emu and the readme's were all in weird text so ima try to google up some kind of tutorial on what exactly to do since the readme's were in converted weird characters..i guess the readme's were written in a different language
     
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    I'm looking to use the SNES emu on my Slim PSP.
    Whats the compatibility like?

    My mates Super Mario All Stars + Mario World (Mario World) was graphically a mess.
    Also Seiken Densetsu 3 while graphically perfect - the music played about 10% slower than normal.

    Is this version a revision of the Official Snes9xTYL 0.4.2 - 2006/05/15?

    I've seen so many versions yet I'm unsure which is the best one to use.
     
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    found this link on the qj.net forums

    cps2 setup

    will probably mess with this..i love all the old iterations of the street fighter vs xmen, etc. games..definitely gonna check this out
     

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