GBA Emulator and N64 Emulator

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  1. Doom Chaos
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    As the topic description says, I have a PSP Fat which has the version 3.95. I saw on youtube and on some sites
    that you can play GBA and N64 on your PSP: I was surprised and I want to try it! But I don't know if the Version 3.95
    wakes it work or it would just block the access or whatever... Any help?
     
  2. Shyn

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    You're gonna need to get Custom Firmware (CFW) onto your PSP. Right now, you're using Official Firmware (OFW). The n64 and GBA emulators are homebrew, and the only OFW's that supported homebrew were 1.0 and 1.5.

    Refer to the sticky at the top of this forum, by ediblebird, for a guide to install CFW.
     
  3. XBlade316

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    a n64 emulator is dadelus(dunno if spell right)
    and a gba one well just google there are many of them(i use one from link removed by Sinkhead)
     
  4. ZAFDeltaForce

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    Personally, I recommend these:

    N64 Emulator: Daedalus R14 Unofficial
    GBA Emulator: gPSP v0.9
     
  5. XBlade316

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    i knew i spelt it wrong but yea use those ones
     
  6. linkinkid

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    for n64 use daedalus r14 beta;and for gba use gpsp 3.2 test 8.7
     
  7. Sn4k3X

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    is the n64 emulator good? i mean i heard that the n64 emulator was bad for your psp!
     
  8. drock360

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    The emulator is great for some games, but in most it is really laggy and doesn't work. In my opinion, the games that work the best are Super Smash Bros, Super Mario 64 and Mario Kart.

    For the GBA emulator, I would recommend using gPSP Kai.

    P.S. I have never heard of any damage to PSP's while using daedalus.
     
  9. XBlade316

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    n64 games can be slow though so if u want fast gameplay get a real n64 lol
     
  10. hybridkit

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    N64 games will be playable if you do some tweaking. Check the compatibility list thru google. I am sure you will find them.