Thursday, 2 May 2013

PSP EMULATOR0.7.6 has been released! For Android



Fast and portable

PPSSPP is a PSP emulator written in C++, and translates PSP CPU instructions directly into optimized x86, x64 and ARM machine code, using JIT recompilers (dynarecs).
PPSSPP can thus run on quite low-spec hardware, including stronger ARM-based phones and tablets, as long as there's support for OpenGL ES 2.0.

Increasing compatibility!

PPSSPP is only a few months old and thus not all PSP games are currently playable. However, compatibility is improving very quickly!
Some currently known playable games:
  • Persona 3 Portable
  • Little Big Planet
  • Grand Theft Auto - Liberty City Stories
  • Monster Hunter Freedome Unite
  • God of War - Chains of Olympus
  • Virtua Tennis
  • Final Fantasy Type-0
  • Wipeout Pure and Pulse
  • Saint Seiya
  • Mega Man - Maverick Hunter X

Free & Open Source

PPSSPP is an open source project, licensed under the GPL 2.0 (or later). Anyone is welcome to contribute their improvements to the code, and the hope is that over time this will resolve the compatibility problem, letting us all play the PSP games we wants on the devices of our choice.
PPSSPP is free to download and use.

News


April 22, 2013: 0.7.6: Major compatibility fixes!

A serious bug was fixed and suddenly a ton of vexing issues just dissappeared! For example, the 3D graphics being black in Persona 3 and the large graphics errors in the two main GTA games. Those are now very playable (on PC, a bit heavy for mobile)! Also, I found a major bug affecting Little Big Planet among others, fixing that as well. The UI now also has multi-language support, it's in Settings->System. All these fixes are enough to motivate a new official release, so here we go - 0.7.6! It may take a few hours before it's visible on Google Play.

Compatibility Showcase

This compatibility list is just a showcase. See the forums for more results.

Also: Gameplay Videos!

Playable

NOTE! More screens are coming soon!
  • Persona 3 Portable

  • Little Big Planet

  • GTA: Liberty City Stories

  • GTA: Vice City Stories

  • Daxter

  • Dragon Ball Z: Shin Budokai 2

  • Coded Arms - Contagion

  • Castlevania - Dracula X

  • Monster Hunter Freedom Unite

  • God of War

    Performance problems (that are probably fixable)
  • Ace Combat X

    A bit glitchy.
  • Legend of Heroes

  • Exit

  • Seems to work great.
  • Ghosts and Goblins

  • virtua Tennis

  • Asterix & Obelix: XXL 2

  • Wipeout Pure

  • Works great! Only music and videos missing.
  • Wipeout Pulse

  • Works great! Only music and videos missing.
  • Moto GP

  • Mimana - Iyar Chronicles

  • Cladun

  • Lumines

    Works great!
  • Dragon Ball: Evolution

    Playable! Some fonts broken.
  • Ridge Racer 2

    Playable! Graphics issues.
  • Hatsune Miku Project Diva 2: Extend

    Playable!
  • BlazBlue

    Playable!
  • Fate Extra

    Playable, although of course audio problems and no saving, plus some graphics glitches.
  • Fired Up

    Playable!
  • Obscure - The Aftermath

  • Every Extend Extra

  • Knights in the Nightmare

    Playable
  • Puzzle Quest

    Quite playable, no audio.
  • Puzzle Bobble Deluxe

  • Puyo Puyo Fever

  • Star Soldier

    Borderline playable, runs out of memory after a while.
  • Angry Birds

    Works fine with analog input (XBox 360 pad, touch screen pad).
  • Tales of Eternia

  • AI Go

    Works fine.

In-game

  • Kingdom Hearts - Birth by Sleep

  • Loco Roco

    The Loco Rocos are invisible!
  • Lemmings

    The lemmings themselves are invisible!

Android Device Compatibility

PPSSPP works on all modern Android devices. It's been confirmed to run on the following:
  • Nexus One
  • Nexus S
  • Galaxy Nexus
  • Nexus 4
  • Nexus 7
  • Nexus 10
  • Samsung Galaxy S
  • Samsung Galaxy S2
  • Samsung Galaxy S3
  • Sony Xperia Play (buttons work, touch joystick not yet supported)
  • Asus Transformer
  • Ainol Novo7 Advanced II
  • Galaxy Note 2
  • Xperia V
  • And many others...





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