PC SP

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  1. Gh0sti
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    Gh0sti iOS Guru

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    is this psp emu a good emu like what is the game compatibility for it

    im looking for an emu to play kingdom hearts bbs
     
  2. Satangel

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    Well, according to a site I trust very much it is, but the emulation isn't that good yet.
    Better off playing some PS2 games via PCSX2 they say.
     
  3. Rydian

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    PSP emulators suck for most retail games, if you want to play that game in particular get a PSP.
     
  4. easycrashing

    easycrashing GBAtemp Regular

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    Compatibility and speed is pretty poor.
     
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    fgghjjkll GBATemp MegaMan

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    JPCSP is probably the best one out there but like all java programs, its not really wise on managing resources, is it?
     
  6. I2aven's_Sag

    I2aven's_Sag GBATemp Otaku

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    Well, technically anything written in a higher level language isn't great at managing resources, and are less efficient.
    Programs written in higher level languages also take a longer time to run to completion as well as convert from source
    to binary on a one to many basis. Ultimately, our reasoning for HLL's and VHLL's is convenience, lol.

    JPCSP is indeed the best one out at the moment, but as Rydian said, it's still not able to run many commercial games yet
    at playable speeds. Used PSP prices should come down to within the $50-75 dollar range when the 3DS/PSP2 arrive, which
    isn't bad at all considering how capable the system is.