BleemSync: The better way to play any PS1 game on your PlayStation Classic – Adding games can be done without touching a single database file!

Aurora

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20 Responses

  1. Audelraut says:

    I have a ps3, ps2 and ps vita. The ps2 can literally use my ps1 controller! There is no place in the market for this.

    I have a question, actually. So, on a hacked ps4, can we inject ps2 games into the ps2 “upgraded” classics? I would love to play shin megami tensei nocturne or Valkyrie Profile 2 with this method and its the main reason I’m not updating my ps4.

    Can anyone comment on this?

  2. sessho says:

    awesome even if i have a psvita and pstv couldnt resist the temptation of that little ps miniature . Finallly it’s really worth it

  3. youknowwho says:

    first

  4. Nooblord says:

    Hmm, I assume the USB pendrive has to be plugged in to the 2nd controller port – are there any ways to play those sideloaded games with 2 players?

    Such as connecting some kind of USB splitter and connecting both pendrive and controller

  5. Andyhappypants says:

    Bleemcast! For the dreamcast was even more notorious! Time to pick a classic up I think 🙂

  6. Formedras says:

    You might wanna point out that at this time, you can’t use Controller 2 because that port is taken by the stick, and USB hubs don’t fix the problem because of the system’s udev rules.
    So that means fighting and party games aren’t worthwhile, and non-speedrunners are going to have a much tougher time with Psycho Mantis in MGS, if that fight’s even doable without P2 in the first place.

  7. Yoretro says:

    Cant play 2player with any games since usb pen drive in the player 2 controller usb port. Usb hub i have didnt split port 2 either

  8. fvig2001 says:

    VGS by Connectix was the first commercial emulator though. I still wish this thing had dual shock controllers as an option.

  9. sid8530 says:

    Great, although considering that Retroarch can be run on the Playstation Classic in the next days by this all becomes kind of moot.

  10. JustAnotherOne says:

    guess its finally time to unbox my ps1 classic. i don’t know. i pre-ordered it, it arrived on launch day and it’s just been sitting there, still in the shipment box.

  11. Truthseeker says:

    @urora is a dude. Still has the sausage to prove it.

  12. Teeey says:

    This article has some good stuff, but we think it is time the writer came out as a dude.

  13. Dave lewis says:

    The girl has a sausage.

  14. Cozy says:

    Is it single games or can you put multiple games on usb stick

  15. giinova says:

    Does this method still run into performance/fps drops like the preloaded games?

  16. lianaluke says:

    >named after an early commercial PS1 emulator for the PC called “Bleem!“
    >for the PC
    AHAHHAHHAHHAHAHHAHA

  17. Beast Mode says:

    Windows 7 but not Windows 10?….*** kind of nonsense is that?

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