Psp Emulator Possible?

Discussion in '3DS - Homebrew Development and Emulators' started by Stoned, Sep 18, 2016.

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  1. Stoned
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    Hey Guys. Is a Psp Emulator Possible on a N3ds? Or is the Hardware from N3ds to slow for it?
     
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    too slow... i don't think it can emulate a ps2... from what i know, barely a N64?
     
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    Considering the new 3ds can't even run the ds emulator at a fast speed, I'd say not anytime soon.:cry::nayps3:
     
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    Kill me now please. The N3DS isn't even able to emulate DS games at a playable state, what do you expect exactly?
     
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    Again the topic with n64..
    And i still think, the n3ds would be powerful enough. I mean.. The n3ds is stronger than the Psp and Wii (which were both able to emulate n64).
     
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    Yes, but N64 emulation is still not perfected. Even high-end PCs get horrible graphical glitches and bad performance with a lot of N64 games.
     
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    Ugh, this fucking thread again. It has nothing to do with power or lack of resources, but the architecture of the CPU used by both the PSP and N64. They both use a MIPS processor which would require an interpreter that nobody wants to write.
     
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    Better close this before it goes further downhill.
     
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