Want to relive the PSP glory days on other devices? Try this awesome multi-platform emulator called PPSSPP!
PPSSPP has been steadily improving over about the past year and a half or so, and this is the very latest version. Video rendering fixes have been applied for Xperia phones, and other devices that use OpenGL ES3. Sound processing has also improved which means your favorite ISOs should be more pleasing to your ears as well. The project may not be running at full tilt quite yet, but this is clearly the best way to enjoy PSP games on other hardware. The full changelog is below!
March 22, 2014: 0.9.8 - Xperia fix and more
PPSSPP 0.9.8 is now available!
OpenGL ES 3 detection bug on Xperia devices fixed, graphics work again.
More accurate audio mixing and emulation
Software rendering and display list performance improvements
Workaround for timing issue hanging Crash Tag Team Racing
Built-in ARM disassembler improvements (dev feature)
Fix for immersive mode volume key issue on Android Kitkat
And more minor tweaks and fixes as always.
Note: This download only contains versions for Windows and Android. For all other variants, see the source link below!
If you got an error while installing Themes, Software or Games, please, read FAQ.
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Check out Fishell R3 which is a Shell OS Type homebrew for you PSP.A Updates in R3 include bug fixes from earlier versions plus support for more languages.A Unfortunately at this time English isn't one of the supported languages however the dev plans adding that in the next release.
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Here's the latest version of JPCSP, the ever-improving Java-based PlayStation Portable emulator for PC. Now on revision 2298, the latest update of the emulator includes the following features and enhancements.
Async IO: restored the processing of the async read in the async thread (reverted the workaround from r2288)
JPCSP JPCSP r2103 x64
JPCSP is the most advanced PlayStation Portable emulator, allowing you to play your PSP games on a PC. Jpcsp has been started in July 2008 and is developed by a small but active team.
Even though JPCSP is written in Java, it can already reach 100% PSP speed on a lot of commercial games... and the emulator performance is constantly increasing
The JPCSP Team has released a new version of their Java-based PlayStation Portable emulator project for PC, bringing a slew of new features and improvements to the ever-improving PSP emulator.
Again, fixed a problem introduced by r2245: audio was no longer decoded by the external decoder (SonicStage)
Here's the latest version of JPCSP, the Java-based PlayStation Portable emulator project for Windows. Now on revision 2168, the latest update of the emulator includes the following features and improvements..
The JPCSP Team has updated their Java-based PlayStation Portable emulator project for PC, bringing it to revision 2204
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Revision 2251 of JPCSP, the ever-improving Java-based PlayStation Portable emulator for PC is now out folks.
Improved sceSasCore sounds: take the pause flag into account while mixing. This might improve the sound play and looping in some games.
Added draft module sceCcc