Developer Masterfeizz updated his port of the popular Nintendo DS emulator DeSmuME for the PS Vita. Version 0.2 brings sound and homebrew support.
Sound support in the emulator was one of the most requested features so far, so it’s awesome to see it here. There are also options for frameskip or to disable sound if you’re looking for performance. Some games already run at 30fps with the right settings.
Additionally, to showcase homebrew working, Masterfeizz shared a screenshot of Smealum‘s Aperture Science game (an adaptation of popular game portal, for the Nintendo DS).
Nintendo DS emulator for PS Vita DeSmuME-Vita running NDS homebrews