SNES on PSP?

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May 16, 2008

SNES on PSP? by Sonicslasher at 3:10 PM (1,064 Views / 0 Likes) 6 replies

  1. Sonicslasher
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    Member Sonicslasher In Law we trust.

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    This to is very awesome, but I haven't found much info about it so any would be appreciated.
     
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    Download the zip (and feel free to download the guide too). I've made a compilation a while back of several nice emulators. Not the newest versions included anymore I think but new enough to at least give you the idea and so you knoe their names so you can google [​IMG].
     
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    or look at the essential homebrew thread =p
     
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    How 'convenient' is SNES emulation on a PSP (specifically a recent S&L)? Does the battery drain insanely fast? Do SNES emulators crash or have severe bugs which spoil the fun?

    Like several people here I'm considering a PSP S&L, but it depends much on emulation 'quality'.
     
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    All the emulators ive played were pretty tight, and that was a long time ago too.


    the gba emu is fantastic.
     
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    The only emulator that has serious problems is Daedalus (N64 Emulator). R13 can run some games fairly well, with most of the effort on SSBM and Mario Kart, but there are many games that still run very slowly (10fps) or not at all. Zelda: OoT for example, is said to "artifact". I don't know what that means, but everybody says its unplayable.

    Everything else that I've ever tried/heard of works fine on PSP. Seriously, everything.
     

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