Why Can The PSP Emulate Better than the wii?

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Jan 25, 2009
  1. raenef
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    I mean it has a good WORKING n64 emu, a DREAMCAST Emu and a fu*king DS EMU!!!!!!

    Im just wondering ... [​IMG]
     
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    1. Dreamcast on 100%? I DOUBT IT.
    2. Nintendo64 on 100%? I DOUBT IT
    3. DS Emulation without a touchscreen? I'd love to see that. Though possible...

    Answer: No idea.

    EDIT: Take a look at the OpenPandora *wink*
     
  3. Phratt

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    Cause the devs had more time to work on the PSP than the Wii. This homebrew stuff just kicked off last year. The PSP scene has been up and running for like 4 years now.
     
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    No ps2 emu? Too bad...
     
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    the n64 emu only works on a very bad/slow speed :S
    ds... well without touch screen it isnt that good i guess
    i dont know about dreamcast emu
     
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    You have to admit that now that the Daedalus X64 team has arrived to the PSP n64 scene that its emulation is constantly improving.
     
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    I'm not so sure a PSP dreamcast emulator exists...
     
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    the NDS and DC ones are not playable... far too slow, those are just a (useless) POC , but what's the interest of just porting existing emus just to show they can "run" on a PSP ?
    nothing: any kind of emulators written in C/C++ and using sofware renderer can be ported to any console, it's just that this can also run verrrrry slow
    I bet those "ports" would also run too slow on the wii, before you ask

    the N64 one, on the contrary, is a huge optimized version of daedalus, completely rewritten to use PSP hardware for rendering
    just wait for Wii64, it will probably run even better
     
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    It was in the works a few months back.

    The DS emu runs at like 1 fps

    The N64 emu is still very much a work in progress.

    How on earth the OP thinks that the PSP emulates better than the Wii is beyond me.
     
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    The other 2 are POC, the N64 one is almost playable, yet to see what DaedalusX64 team will do..

    I think it's just a matter of time..
     
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    Technically, the Wii is ahead of the PSP. The PSP SNES emulator is only full speed with some games. I've seen the DS SNES emulator run some games better than the PSP.

    Also, this has nothing really to do with hacking. This should be in the Homebrew section.
     
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    The N64 emu can only play a few games, and it is far from perfect. The DS emu is super slow, and I doubt it would be worth using w/o the touch screen support. And there is no DC emu yet, nor will there probably ever be.
     
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    Well, technically, the wii can emulate N64 100% if you count nintendo's virtual console.
     
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    The PSP Still has a Working N64 Emu right? Wii64 is horrible, hopefully there update will fix all the problems.

    EDIT: It has A PS1 EMU too and Wii doesnt
     
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    Your definition of working is flawed.

    Stay in school kid, it'll help you out later on in life (especially when you hit high school).

    Edit: Oh, and it's not a PS1 emu, that's built-in support made by Sony themselves. That's like Saying the Wii has a GC emu.
     
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    WiiSX?
     
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    I know about WiiSX , is it released yet?
     
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    PSP has a number of problems running SNES games. I'm actually quite dissapointed with my PSP.
     

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