Camera Patch Light for Adrenaline
Developer ‘Freakler’ has contributed to the community once again. This time he’s released a plugin that enables right analogue stick support for a lot of PSP games on Adrenaline.
What’s Camera Patch Light?
The PSP doesn’t have a right analogue stick so some games have awkward controls for camera look. Many games got past this by requiring you to press a shoulder button along with the left analogue stick but since the Vita has a right analogue stick, TheFlow decided to make use of it. While the function was there, homebrew required somebody to add in right-analogue support game by game and only a few games (such as GTA Liberty City Stories) got that treatment. Thankfully, Sony put the ability to use the right analogue stick as common camera combinations so support was already there for some games.
This plugin allows you to use the right analogue stick in over 50 games thanks to ‘Freakler’ adding the controls for right analogue usage.
How do I use this plugin?
First of all, this plugin only works on Adrenaline eCFW (so sorry ARK users). That means that if you’re on 3.61 or higher, you can’t use it as you can only use ARK. Installation is quite simple:
- Download and extract the plugin on your computer
- Copy the ‘prx’ file to ms0:/seplugins (or ux0:/pspemu/seplugins)
- Add this line “ms0:seplugins/camera_patch_lite.prx 1” to your game.txt file (word by word)
That’s it! Simply open Adrenaline and game away. For a list of compatible games, just check out the original thread on Hackinformer forums that is linked below. Popular supported games are Daxter, Final Fantasy Type0 and the Monster Hunter games. Enjoy playing your PSP games with better camera controls and a better screen 😉 If you have any issues, post on the thread linked below; it’s important to note that some games DO NOT work. Adrenaline should be updated eventually for PSX support and 64MB RAM support so we can look forward to that too!
Hackinformer post for compatibility info: http://forum.hackinformer.com/viewtopic.php?f=111&t=967
The video below is a demonstration of analogue stick support in action.