[Release] Vice-PSP C64 emulator for PSP v3.2.4r2, based on Akop's and DelayedQuasar's work

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  1. rsn8887
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    rsn8887 GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    Download: https://github.com/rsn8887/pspvice/releases/latest

    Vice-PSP
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    C64 emulator for PSP slim (2000 and 3000), based on Akop's and DelayedQuasar's work.

    I am updating this emulator with additional options.

    PSPVice_1.

    PSPVice_2. PSPVice_3.

    The new sound chip option is useful for modern games which were designed for the newer 8580 chips. Two such games are Caren and the Tangled Tentacles and Sam's Journey. Setting sound chip to 8580 and sound engine to resid gives those games a more authentic sound.

    The new palette option is useful to achieve more saturated, darker colors. My personal favorite is `pepto-pal`, but there's also `colodore` which gives higher saturation. Setting this to `none` gives the terrible, neon-colored Vice 3.2 default palette.

    Original website by Akop (v2.2.15):
    https://psp.akop.org/vice.htm

    Thread about DelayedQuasar's work on this emulator (v3.2.3):
    http://wololo.net/talk/viewtopic.php?f=47&t=49620

    Thanks
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    Thanks to the Vice team for an excellent emulator.

    Thanks to Akop for the amazing original PSP port.

    Thanks to DelayedQuasar for updating Akop's port to Vice 3.2.

    Thanks to my supporters on Patreon: Andyways, CountDuckula, Greg Gibson, Jesse Harlin, Özgür Karter, Matthew Machnee, and RadicalR.

    Changelog:
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    3.2.4r2

    - fix colodore.vpl palette file with the correct default colors from www.colodore.com

    3.2.4

    - add SID model option with two choices: 6581, and 8580.
    - add palette option with three choices: none (vice palette), pepto-pal, and colodore.
     
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  2. CrashMidnick

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    Cheers mate, I need to try this out ;)
     
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