Stefano Russello is known worldwide as the person responsible for PSPBREW. He is out to his usual antics. Developing something so good and brimming with potential, that it can change or PSP gaming experience. Set to wow us again with his new creation for the PSP dubbed as PSP to Joypad.
PSP to Joypad allows the user to connect your PSP to a PC via WiFI and use it as you would a typical joypad. It can support two PSPs at the same time, without having to edit the IP address as well as simulating the keys L2 and R2.
The application is still on the developement stage, as this is its first release. If you encounter any sort of bug while using the program, Russello, encourages you to send in feedbacks about PSP to Joypad.
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