emulators for psp: listopada 2011

petak, 28. listopada 2011.

MVSPSP, CPS1 and CPS2 Emulators for PSP-3000

NoEffet and Davee have removed the PSP Slim hardware check on NJ’s Neo Geo and Capcom play system 1 and 2 emulators. So they will now work without needing to cache the ROMs. So your now using the full 64mb of on-board PSP-3000 ram.
These emulators come highly recommended by us. Basically you have perfect arcade emulation of Capcom CPS1 and CPS2 arcade games like 1941, Mercs, Dark Stalkers and Street fighter II and with MVSPSP, near perfect Neo Geo arcade emulation for games like Art of Fighting, Metal Slug 2 and Samurai Shodown etc
P.S The above youtube video I recorded doesn’t do the emulators justice. Because remotejoy lite uses some 25% or more of the PSP’s power to run the video output. On your PSP its as quick as the real thing. Apart from Metal Slug series which the real life SNK Max Gear Mega pro-spec arcade machines couldn’t handle either….

Source: M for Mature Forums

Download  MVSPSP, CPS1 and CPS2 Emulators for PSP-3000 HERE

utorak, 25. listopada 2011.

Emulators for PSP

JPCSP is the first PSP emulator that is written in JAVA. Most people think java is too slow. But Shadow and his team has proven us wrong. The newest Java versions are almost as fast as C which makes it very interesting for emu dev's. Shadow and his team are working day and night with pleasure on the emu, many coders have dedicated to the project. Because it's written in java many young devs find it interesting to learn how the emulator works.

Here is nice video(by @bloggerboy) with all steps  how to install and run psp emulator(jpcsp) on computer.

The steps a
1st:extract both psp emulator and Harvest Moon HOLV .ISO and mount the iso on the jpcsp folder (umdimages)

2nd:Then press start window-x86/64 then wait for cmd to pop out continue by jpcsp emulator window

3rd:Press file then load umd then Select your game and press load then press start and wiat for a while

You can download JPCSP Here--->

For Windows HERE
For Linux HERE

 PSPE is one of best but this emulator still can't run any commercial PSP game, you can try it by playing some demos and homebrew games. 
It is important to remember that this emulator is the first of its kind, but after all we are expecting more updates for this project and why not more PSP emulators.


An important thing is that you need to get SDL.dll in order to run the emulator. 

Simple DirectMedia Layer(SDL) is a cross-platform multimedia library designed to provide low level access to audio, keyboard, mouse, joystick, 3D hardware via OpenGL, and 2D video framebuffer. It is used by MPEG playback software, emulators, and many popular games, including the award winning Linux port of "Civilization: Call To Power."
You can download PSPE Here---> 

What Is emulators for PSP

For first let we see what Is emulator;
In computing language , an emulator is hardware or software that emulates(or duplicates) the functions of a first computer system in a different second computer system, so that the behavior of the second system closely resembles the behavior of the first system.
This focus on exact reproduction of external behavior is in contrast to some other forms of computer simulation, in which an abstract model of a system is being simulated. For example, a computer simulation of a hurricane or a chemical reaction is not emulation.

A video game console emulator is a program that allows a computer or modern console (cross-console emulation) to emulate a different video game console's behavior. Emulators are most often used to play older video games on personal computers and modern video game consoles, but they are also used to play games translated into other languages or to modify (or hack) existing games. Emulators are also a useful tool in the development process of homebrewed demos and new games for older systems.
Video game console emulators are programs that allow a computer or modern console to emulate a video game console. They are most often used to play older video games on personal computers and modern video game consoles, but they are also used to translate games into other languages, to modify existing games, and in the development process of home brew demos and new games for older systems. The internet has helped in the spread of console emulators, as most - if not all - would be unavailable for sale in retail outlets.