PPSSPP One Year Anniversary

It has been about 2 months now since PPSSPP had their last release and November 1st marked the one year anniversary of PPSSPP. ”While nothing is perfect, there have been plenty of improvements since the last release, and thanks to all of the contributors!” Here are a few thing that have been fixed with the release of 0.9.5

  • Atrac3+ plugin no longer required! Thanks Maxim for hard reverse-engineering work
  • Many, many emulation fixes, including:
    • bezier/spline curve support, fixing Loco Roco and others
    • stencil clear emulation, fixing Final Fantasy IV text
  • Android-x86 support
  • Post-processing shaders like FXAA, scanlines, vignette
  • More solid save states (we will try to keep them working from now on. Save states only upgrade forward, not backward to older versions though)
  • Change render resolution independently of window size
  • Massive debugger improvements on Windows, by Kingcom and unknownbrackets (GE)
  • Win32 menu bar is now translatable. Language changes are applied instantly.
  • Win32: Ability to store PPSSPP’s config files and memory stick files in places other than the same directory
  • Qt audio fixed, Symbian audio and ffmpeg is now threaded for more consistent media processing
  • Haptic feedback support for mobile devices
  • Accurate system information for mobile devices
  • Analog controller support for Blackberry
  • Windows installer (coming soon)

PPSSPP, really has come a long way since the first release and seem to be getting better all the time for your PC or mobile device. Now there plans for the next release are to help improve the performance of PPSSPP. For example: Final Fantasy crisis core was not really playable on a Nexus 4 but on their current development build they say it’s running smoothly and at the same time GTA is running full speed on the nvidia shield with only one frame rate skip. Now this doesn’t mean that God of war or any other game will suddenly work on your device, but whatever device you may be using, you will see an improvement in performance. So please support them and purchase the gold version for your pc or mobile device.

Downloads

check the PPSSPP download page, or

 Buy PPSSPP Gold

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  1. Mr. MaGoo’s avatar

    First, lol j/k.
    Ppsslp is phenomenal emu to to acco.idate any mobile device. It has done wonders for my xperia play and amd hoping for the same with my jdx s5110b soon being deliverd. I will let u mnow how it plays out. :-)

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    1. Mr. MaGoo’s avatar

      Damn, mad spell check issues. U would think that atleast an s3 would be able to contribute proper spell check.

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      1. Erich’s avatar

        There’s no time for spell-checking when you’re in a mad dash to be… first.

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      2. Vicsidious’s avatar

        You think he has humongous fingers? Like Depardieu?

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    2. wololo’s avatar

      Kind of sad that you had to run a psp emulator on an xperia play though, right? Says a lot about how Sony messed up with the Xperia play

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      1. Mr. MaGoo’s avatar

        It really is. Such potential that they never supported. I keep that only for my emu gaming but have moved on for an actual phone. I am hoping now that the ps4 is out and the potential of remote play is on the rise that they will either support a dead phone or at least realease one that will be fully supported including remote play. I just beat ghosts on my vita via remote play. Bout time we get a full console quality game on the vita, unfortunately we actually had to wait for an actual console to support it.

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        1. Mr. MaGoo’s avatar

          On a side note, I already have a pick up scheduled for my ps4 due to its crashing issue. Sony was very supportive upon ensuring that I get a new one in replacement for my current one. The lead time is expected to be within 4 business days so with all hopes I can still play before thanks giving.

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        2. MarSprite’s avatar

          Nvidia Shield is my android device of choice for emulation.

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      2. GuitaristMatt’s avatar

        I’m doing the same thing, and yes; It is quite sad. Tenkaichi Tag Team works now though. Makes my phone a great companion for the Vita.

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  2. Perseu5’s avatar

    This emulator has come quite far on android devices, I know most games run full speed on my galaxy note 2014 edition. Nice to see that we still have people working on getting the psp experience on other devices.

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  3. Mr. MaGoo’s avatar

    It really is. Such potential that they never supported. I keep that only for my emu gaming but have moved on for an actual phone. I am hoping now that the ps4 is out and the potential of remote play is on the rise that they will either support a dead phone or at least realease one that will be fully supported including remote play. I just beat ghosts on my vita via remote play. Bout time we get a full console quality game on the vita, unfortunately we actually had to wait for an actual console to support it.

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  4. albert’s avatar

    that is good,how about s4,it’s perfect?

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  5. l.o’s avatar

    i have s4 i9500 and i have a lot of lag what can i do to fix the lag?

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