Looking to play PSP games on your computer or other portable device? PPSSPP 0.8 is here to save the day. This update offers huge compatibility increases as well as full audio and video playback!
The PSP has become a legendary handheld thanks to the community we have right here at QJ. If you no longer have your now aging system, this little download will help you play those games on almost any device you can imagine from Windows to Mac, to iOS, to Blackberry. The following download is for Windows and Android iterations, but you can find several other options at the source link below if need be.
June 23, 2013: 0.8 is here!
Here we go! 0.8, now available for Windows and Android*, brings you the following new features:
Full video and audio playback in most games (audio requires an optional plugin)
Huge increases in compatibility! Final Fantasy: Crisis Core is fully playable on fast devices, for example.
Lots of little things like easy screenshot taking, the beginnings of a cheat feature, etc
Thanks to all the contributors making this possible! I want to call out unknownbrackets and oioitff for outstanding additions.
So get downloading! It may take Google Play some time to update to 0.8.
*For those of you on iOS and Blackberry, 0.8 builds will be available soon. We are still looking for a volunteer to maintain a Mac build.
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