What are the most up to date emulators?

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  1. kbf
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    I did some google searching but I found some really old stuff iv'e also been out of the PSP scene for a long time now. What's the best SNES.NES,GENESIS,N64,GBA,GB/GBC emulator for the PSP right now?
     
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    • Super Nintendo (SNES): Snes9xTYL rev 28
    • Sega Genesis/ Megadrive: Picodrive 1.51b
    • Gameboy & Gameboy Color: Masterboy.
    • GBA: UO gpSP Kai v3.4 test 4 build 225
    • N64: DaedalusX64 rev. 1909
    • Nintendo Entertainment System (NES, Famicon): NesterJ AoEX
     
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    Did the PSP ever get Retroarch cores? If not, it should..... Retroarch shamelessly stole it's XMB afterall.
     
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    Shouldn't all these homebrew be on filetrip?

    Anyway I use Picodrive on psp (and vita) for my genesis and sega cd games (No 32X support) Though I used the one with real time rewinding :P
    Emumaster I use for sega gamegear/master system and gameboy color. Triple threat (can also properly support super gameboy)
    Gpsp kai 3.4 I have for GBA games, not bad at all, I'm actually more impressed with this than any other emulator homebrew on psp.
    Not really sure about snes, seem like that one was more difficult than people thought considering is not further in development like picodrive, emu master or gpsp kai, not al games work properly, and most have slowdown or some screen tearing of some kind, and i think only some run at full speed when you use speed hacks which requires removing layerings or some graphic nonsense. (Can't say i remember clearly since I last used it.) N64 I think isn't even worth it right now. NesterJ AOEX seem pretty good to me.

    As bonus PC Engine, there was one i forgot the name but was in japanese, i think it was pcep i think is called, or hugo.
    Oh... never mind. :ninja: http://wololo.net/emulators-for-the-psp-ps-vita-the-ultimate-download-list/
     
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    I just wish I could play Sonic Chaos (GameGear) without slowdown. It has it even on the original hardware, making the game feel like 15fps, nearly unplayable for a "Sonic" game. Even something like jumping in place you will see the slowdown.
     
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    Use frameskip? lol :P
     
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    Wouldn't that make motion jerky? I want smoothness, not just speed. Like, maybe a fake overclock within the emulator or something would help it out. I don't know what frequency the Gamegear ran at, but it must have been under 5MHz. Overclocking the Genesis (Megadrive?) helped out Sonic 2 when sonic would get hit and the rings scattered. It kept the game free from slowdown while all the ring sprites were all over the place.
     
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    Most emulators have an option to clock at 333mhz. Actually, I don't think I've used an emulator without that option. Also, you can overclock the Psp in the recovery options. But really, if you skip a couple of frames, you won't notice it unless you take damage and your character "flickers", or you stare at it making your mind see something that isn't there.