PPSSPP (PSP Emulator) now available on Nintendo Switch
The Nintendo Switch is growing as the console of choice for tinkerers and homebrew enthusiasts. Developer m4xw has released a port of PPSSPP, the most popular PSP emulator out there.
Initially only available to the developer’s Patrons on Patreon, the PSP emulator has now been released publicly.
Early reports indicate that the emulator is getting very reasonable framerates for a first release. The developer in particular has shared a few days ago that Metal Gear Solid Peace Walker is running pretty much at fullspeed, depending on the parameters used in the emulator.
MGS appears to run fullspeed (locks at 20 fps), Audio works but it’s not recorded in the clip pic.twitter.com/URffFDcuoo
— m4xw (@m4xwdev) April 5, 2019
Download PPSSPP for the Nintendo Switch
The sources can be found on the developer’s github here.
Keep in mind that this is a beta release, so expect some issues. For troubleshooting, please check the developer’s detailed releases notes on Patreon.
Source: m4xw on twitter