psp ds emulator

Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by tal32123, Jul 7, 2009.

  1. tal32123
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    i saw something the other day that it's like one of those old pacman arcade machines, but it emulates the ds and psp. any idea how to do this?
     
  2. boogerlad

    boogerlad GBAtemp Regular

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    a ds can't emulate a system far more powerful than itself.
     
  3. Frostshocker

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    you should really read the post before replying
     
  4. Depravo

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    I did really read it but it still makes very little sense. He/she wants something that looks like an eighties coin-op machine but can emulate both the NDS and the PSP.

    Unless he/she has got it all arse-about-face and wants a Pacman emulator that will run on a NDS or PSP. Slighty more plausible.
     
  5. kobykaan

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    do you mean a MAME arcade emulator!? (Multiple Arcade Machine Emulator)

    built into an arcade cabinet that emulates several consoles in the one box

    they run on a pc usually ......Its just a collection of emulators and roms with a front end GUI to drive them with a custom interface to give access to the arcades buttons and joysticks/trackerballs etc on the front of the cabinet [​IMG]


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    google for build your own MAME cabinet [​IMG]
     
  6. koji2009

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    The PSP emulator that exists isn't sophisticated enough to play games as far as I know... so I'm not exactly sure how they managed that point, but yes as above it sounds like a MAME arcade which is just a computer in an arcade box.
     
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    I don't understand your post but I do know there is a ds emulator on the PSP.
    Although it is fairly slow.
     
  8. zidane_genome

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    how can a one screened system emulate a 2 screened system?

    that actually hurts my head thinking about it... the PSP with it's ONE screen, can emulate the DS with it's 2 screens, one of which is touch... wow... brain... wanting to... jump from... skull...
     
  9. tal32123
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    ds emulator for psp that would absolutely suck especially since psp has no touch screen anyway i think its a computer that has no$ emulator or ideas or something and a psp emulator and the guy completely removed the touchscreen and connected it somehow and put it all in a thing that looked like the mame, the thing is idk how to do it
     
  10. DanTheManMS

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    So you've never used no$gba? It's emulating the 2-screened DS on your one-screened computer system, which doesn't have a touchscreen on it (leave dual-screening and tablet PCs out of this example). It's awkward but works. Same in this situation - the PSP's screen shows both screens at once, using the analog stick to move a cursor to where you want to touch. Of course it doesn't work well, but it's more than possible. It's just that the emulator in question was made purely as a proof-of-concept and was never meant to be actually useful, so it runs at about 5 fps max.
     
  11. kenyab2009

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    i have heard of gba emualtion but not psp and ds emualtion
     
  12. tal32123
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    what?, where have you been for so long dude
     
  13. k11bioz

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    lol, you guys are right that the lack of the touch screen makes the DS emulator for PSP a failure.
    But here is how it works, 2 screens are shown horizontaly, the "touch screen" is manipulated buy analog stick gestures.

    P.S. I am not making this up.
     
  14. unclesummer

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    psp for ds emu?

    i think it`s impossible
     
  15. wolfmanz51

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    its a arcade cabinet some Japanese guy made that has DS and PSP hardware in it its not emulating it its actually ruining it
     
  16. updowners

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    That doesn't even make any fucking sense and has little to do with the topic but the topic is fucked up already anyway so it doesn't really matter.
     
  17. hdofu

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    I'd need some photos and video before I even accept that as a possibility. there isn't even a good ds emulator for the computer yet, who would invest the effort into putting it on a psp at this point?
     
  18. koji2009

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    There has been a DS emulator for PSP for well over a year... it doesn't play games, only some early demos. It's not very advanced and it never will be.
     
  19. naglaro00

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    Uhh no$gba never failed me except for TWEWY and some FF texture issues. It is fast and has many plugins. I used it before I got a DS. Aside from no cash, others are slow and somewhat cruddy.
    Search youtube for the DS emulator for the PSP. It's real. Not a video, he proved it. It's a port of DeSmume.
     
  20. Knarf

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    Someone probably made a mame (like the posted in post #5) but instead of using it strickly for Mame games, they used it to play the DS emulator, and possibly psp emulator.