New Android Emulator PPSSPP Allows you to Play PSP Games on Android (Video)

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  • 06 Nov 2012
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  • If you were happy with just playing PSX games on your Android device, you’ll be even happier to know that you can now move on to PSP Games, courtesy of a new emulator. It’s called PPSSPP and it’s being developed by the same guys responsible with the Wii emulator called Dolphin, that works on PCs.

    The PlayStation Portable console has had its share of hits and among them we find two that are particularly appealing: Silent Hill Origins and Crisis Core, plus a Metal Gear Solid title launched not so long ago. You can have a glimpse of the PPSSPP emulator in the video below, that’s supposed to bring PSP games to your Galaxy Note and the likes. The emulator has a slick UI, making it easier to navigate through options. As far as features go, this is only a test version, so there’s a lot of work to do.

    As you can see the directional pad and action buttons have been mapped to the lower area of the screen. PSP ISO files work on this emulator, which is actually a cool thing. What’s particularly surprising here is that devs are trying to make this work on most Android devices, not just high end ones. You only need OpenGL ES 2.0 and they even promise to bring it to the PS3 and Xbox. Another good thing: it’s completely free and open source.

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    SOURCE: Droidgamers.com
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