Hacking Homebrew psp emulator on pc?

sphere9

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the problem is that i don't have a psp
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If you really want to play some playstation games im suggesting to find a psx emulator, i know that it is bit of old system but you could use it quite fast on good pc, also try to find torrents with modified for pc ps2 games, (not emulator ones), I renember that i once found that kind of modified Onimusha
game for ps2 (working on pc), before they done a pc version of this game.
 

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Yeah it takes years for a emulator to run most games.

It also takes more hardware to do it so thats part of the reason why time has to pass.

Just cause a PC is more powerful then a PSP doesn't mean that its easy to do.

Once a PC is 3-4x more powerful easily then yes it starts to become a reality.
 

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Yeah it takes years for a emulator to run most games.

It also takes more hardware to do it so thats part of the reason why time has to pass.

Just cause a PC is more powerful then a PSP doesn't mean that its easy to do.

Once a PC is 3-4x more powerful easily then yes it starts to become a reality.

You're wrong, and anyway, PCs have been 4x more powerful that the PSP for ages.

Difference in architecture and undocumented hardware is more the problem.
 

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