PPSSPP: Multiplatform PSP Emulator, Now Ported To iOS with 0.7 update!

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35 Responses

  1. Wrozen says:

    I can never get anything to run using this. It has great potential though.

  2. boriswinner says:

    And I’m the curator of this emulator’s topic on 4pda :)

  3. GuitaristMatt says:

    I’ve had it since .1

  4. Darkenvy says:

    This is way cool. I’m gonna try it out and tell my friends :D

  5. Apple Sucks says:

    Apple’s can HAVE A WORM!

  6. AyeGuy says:

    Had this app for a while now. Been wondering when it would get its own article.

    • wololo says:

      I actually considered writing an article about it a few months ago, but was disappointed that I couldn’t get much to run on it (in particular Wagic didn’t run, haven’t tried since), and gave up since I didn’t have good things to say about the tool at the time. I think it’s a great initiative, and I didn’t want to put bad criticism in my first article about it. Glad to see it’s coming along!

      • GuitaristMatt says:

        Hector (I think that was his name) is also one of the guys behind Dolphin, and he already has several people backing him up. PPSSPP improves every day.

  7. Demonbutter says:

    Its definitely progressing quickly…. But it still can’t run bbs or final mix with the English patch so I don’t use it lol

  8. Feh says:

    Who gives a shit. All this will do is allow the technology tourists to sample real games their five-minute attention spans can’t handle. If these people want to play PSP games, they need to get a PSP and quit pretending to be real gamers on their douche devices. :)

    • wololo says:

      Like most emulators, it will be extremely relevant in a few years when the actual PSP hardware becomes more and more difficult to find. And with the new trend of not letting people change short-lived parts such as the battery, this will become more and more true.

    • illLoGiQ says:

      Because playing PSP games is for real gamers? Don’t be a douche cookie.

    • thedicemaster says:

      psp games happen to look a lot better on the 5.55″ screen at 960×544 on my samsung galaxy note 2 than they ever will on a psp or vita where the best you’ll get is stretched 480×272.

      I haven’t bothered playing any of the project diva games on my psp ever since ppsspp became able to run them fullspeed.

  9. w7y7a7t7t says:

    while on this topic of emulation feet, what about dolphin being ported to android? thought that might get a mention here, but have yet to see anything even weeks later.

    • Jd8531 says:

      I think they’re still working on getting it done. I know the source code is available if you want to compile it yourself. They’re even working on full ARM support.

  10. Kefkiroth says:

    It seems it would be unplayable due to the touch controls… I’d imagine you could link a PS3 controller to the phone though.

  11. gunblade says:

    tried it on an android was alright the phones screen was broken but was alright

  12. oO Flowzilla Oo says:

    I wonder how well it will run on my TV with the OUYA.

  13. Telgar Drakore says:

    Looks pretty awesome, though I wouldn’t bother with it until it has reached the level where it can compete fully with JPCSP, which has been around for a very very long time, and has been playing a lot of games flawlessly for a while now (though I do not use it recently, I dont know how full its compatibility is at this stage. It was pretty damned high when I used it 2-3 years ago, and its still updated today)

  14. raycry says:

    how run metal gear solid: peace walker?

    • pirate city says:

      PSP
      Step 1. Open UMD case that says “Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker” on the front. It should have a picture of Snake on it.
      Step 2. Insert UMD into the PSP.
      Step 3. Go into the XMB. Find and run the UMD game.
      Step 4. Play!

      VITA
      Step 1. Purchase from PSN. It’s available on the PSN Network for Vita as a PSP game now.
      Step 2. Wait for download to finish.
      Step 3. Find the “Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker” icon. Press it.
      Step 4. Play!

      I’m also playing it right now on my Vita since they released it onto the PSN Network. You’re welcome.

      Oh, wait… you mean how to EMULATE Peace Walker? You don’t actually own the game, huh? Isn’t that called PIRATING?

      pirate city, b*tch, pirate pirate city, b*tch
      10, 10, 10, 20 dollars? that’s silly b*tch
      100 dollars in my hand? yea fu*k this.
      i’m so cheap, Sony don’t know who they f*cking with.

      got this other sh*t, torrenting this other sh*t
      piratin’ all night, ni*ga we don’t give a sh*t
      piratebay so dope, I ain’t quittin’ it
      can’t stop me Sony, maybe take a hint?

      no bullshit, Sonys gettin’ pissed
      no money, no money, Sony is like my b*tch
      Sony got the short end of the stick
      Nintendo you know what it is

      pirate city b*tch, pirate pirate city b*tch
      10, 10, 10, 20 dollars? that’s silly b*tch

      ni*ga, i’m a jew by far
      look at the torrents on the bar
      too bad Sony, PSN sucks hard
      get the f*ck out, no debit card

      I need my isos pronto
      get it in the morning like Alonzo
      i’m a pirate, i’m a fu*king desperado
      gonna torrent this b*tch like no tomorrow

      i’m at 100, 100
      torrents at 100, 100
      pirate pirate city b*tch
      i’m at 100, 100
      progress at 100, 100
      pirate pirate city b*tch

      • xyz says:

        > Oh, wait… you mean how to EMULATE Peace Walker?

        > You don’t actually own the game, huh?

        Your logic is broken in the most utter way. Nothing stops you from playing purchased and self-ripped UMDs in emulator.

      • SuzieJoeBob says:

        You are why guns exist.

  15. MJ says:

    Emulators on touchscreen in general never clicked with me at all they just feel awkward and inaccurate with no sense of control or feedback responsiveness.

    Just my 2 cents…

    • SuzieJoeBob says:

      I know exactly what you mean; playing a game on a touchscreen feels unnatural when it was made for a controller/handheld with buttons. That lack of physical buttons makes the game psychologically unplayable, as it was meant to be played with individual buttons, not one big button (the touchscreen).

  16. slow but nice never emulate 64 100% zelda

  17. tonyuk73 says:

    Having no joy with the HTC one x tekken 6 crashes but I do get a game loading screen …wipe_out bright screen man B-). But looks like a great future for this app.:-)

  1. March 13, 2013

    [...] novidade que eu vi hoje no blog do Wololo. Apesar da galera já vir a algum tempo tentando criar um emulador de PSP, nunca tinha visto nada [...]

  2. March 16, 2013

    [...] I actually considered writing an article about it a few months ago, but was disappointed that I couldn’t get much to run on it (in particular Wagic didn’t run, haven’t tried since), and gave up since I didn’t have good things to say about the tool at the time. If these people want to play PSP games, they need to get a PSP and quit pretending to be real gamers on their douche devices. Because playing PSP games is for real gamers? I haven’t bothered playing any of the project diva games on my psp ever since ppsspp became able to run them fullspeed. Looks pretty awesome, though I wouldn’t bother with it until it has reached the level where it can compete fully with JPCSP, which has been around for a very very long time, and has been playing a lot of games flawlessly for a while now (though I do not use it recently, I dont know how full its compatibility is at this stage. read more [...]

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