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Current state of psp emulators. Anyone have a source?

by jp1 Sun Oct 26, 2014 10:49 pm

I have a psp hacked and ready for emulation. It has been a long time since I've dealt with this and my usual avenues no longer exist. I'm not looking for roms, but does anyone have a single source for the most up to date and reliable emulators available on the system? Even better would be a zip file with just the emulators/bios files in place via pm.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Re: Current state of psp emulators. Anyone have a source?

by Kidpanda Sun Oct 26, 2014 10:59 pm

I don't want to say a specific site on here...but try google with Trololo without the Tr and with a W instead.
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Re: Current state of psp emulators. Anyone have a source?

by KalessinDB Sun Oct 26, 2014 11:05 pm

I don't think there's any rule against it, I've mentioned wololo.net many times when talking about PSP homebrew. I just can't access it from work and couldn't remember if it actually had emulators or if it was just a starting point for getting CFW on your PSP.
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Re: Current state of psp emulators. Anyone have a source?

by Ghudda Sun Oct 26, 2014 11:06 pm

I'm in the same boat actually. A long time ago I did the whole CFW shin-dig to my 1000 but hadnt touched it in like 2 years. Now, after booting it up again, i'd like to refresh myself on what's most up to date. So that being said, thanks panda for the indirect suggestion. Really is a nice form factor, especially for playing classic arcade style games on. I also picked up Power Stone collection recently, so i'm going to try and put some time into that.
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Re: Current state of psp emulators. Anyone have a source?

by Kidpanda Sun Oct 26, 2014 11:07 pm

KalessinDB wrote:I don't think there's any rule against it, I've mentioned wololo.net many times when talking about PSP homebrew. I just can't access it from work and couldn't remember if it actually had emulators or if it was just a starting point for getting CFW on your PSP.


Ahh I see, I usually don't talk about emu stuff on my gaming forums, some get pretty sour about it XD.
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Re: Current state of psp emulators. Anyone have a source?

by KalessinDB Sun Oct 26, 2014 11:11 pm

Kidpanda wrote:
KalessinDB wrote:I don't think there's any rule against it, I've mentioned wololo.net many times when talking about PSP homebrew. I just can't access it from work and couldn't remember if it actually had emulators or if it was just a starting point for getting CFW on your PSP.


Ahh I see, I usually don't talk about emu stuff on my gaming forums, some get pretty sour about it XD.

Understandable, but what with this thread being in our "Emulation" subforum... :lol:

But I agree on the "better safe than sorry" thought process. MOST sites I'm on, I just try to avoid linking romz or romz sitez.
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Re: Current state of psp emulators. Anyone have a source?

by jp1 Sun Oct 26, 2014 11:50 pm

Excellent suggestions. Thank you. :D
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Re: Current state of psp emulators. Anyone have a source?

by lisalover1 Mon Oct 27, 2014 12:28 am

The PSP is still the most versatile dedicated gaming handheld money can buy, especially considering how cheap Memory Sticks are these days. DaedalusX64, MasterBoy, SNES9xTYL, and Picodrive are the big standouts, but pretty much every home system made before the Dreamcast (excluding Saturn, of course) can be emulated at playable speeds. So have fun experimenting with your new system!
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Re: Current state of psp emulators. Anyone have a source?

by TSTR Mon Oct 27, 2014 1:11 am

Also check out the wiki at GBAtemp.
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Re: Current state of psp emulators. Anyone have a source?

by jp1 Mon Oct 27, 2014 9:35 am

@lisalover - This will actually be my fifth modded psp. I'm excited to see how it has developed since it has been years since I sold my last one, I got rid of it when I got my first gen dingoo :lol: (also sold, it "got moy baby!"). Thank you for the recommendations though. :D

@TSTR - Forgot all about that place, thanks dude!
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