Last night a installed the pcsx_rearmed.hmod from DSkywalk and after changing some Retroarch settings all tested games (GTA, Distruction Derby, Ridge Racer, etc) running fine with acceptable graphics. At the moment the core runs at 50 a 60fps. So i thought i share the steps with the NESC scene. - First download the Source code.zip from DSkywalk's Github (https://github.com/DSkywalk/retroarch-clover/releases) - Inside the core_modules_extra folder search for pcsx_rearmed.hmod and bios.hmod folders and copy the folders to your user_mods folder inside your Hakchi folder. - Optional you can rename the bios.hmod to whatever you want, i renamed it to bios_pcsx.hmod - Search for the PSX (Playstation 1) bin files, you need 5500.bin, 5501.bin and 5502.bin. (i can not link to this files so be inventive...) - Copy the 3 bin files to the bios.hmod (or renamed bios folder) inside the system folder (bios.hmod-etc-libretro-system-(pcsx bin files here) - Now search some PSX games, remember the games need to be under 30mb so you need to find PSX ripped rom games, i also can not link to this so find it yourself. - Now we have everything we needed we can start installing the cores first, open Hakchi tool and go to Module-Install extra modules and select the pcsx_rearmed.hmod and bios_pcsx.hmod and install both cores. - Now install some games and change the command line from bin/zip to bin/pcsx for each installed game - Synchronize your games and have fun playing Playstation one games on your NESC ! Retroarch settings for better graphics You will notice that the game is running fine but the graphics are not that good, allot of blur and pixelated. You can change some Retroarch settings to make the graphics better. - Open Retroarch settings menu inside a game (start+select) and go to Quick Menu-Settings - Go to Menu-Options and Enable the 3 following lines: Enabled interlacing mode(s) = Enabled Enhanced Resolution(slow) = Enabled Enhanced Resolution Speed = Enabled Settings > video > bilinear filtering ON - Thats all, go back in the menu and select resume and you will notice a big difference in the displayed graphics. Special thanks to @DSkywalk (and all other involved...) for the rearmed PCSX core !