Save the date: PSP Homebrew Developer Conference on March 28th


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14 Responses

  1. sfa2miki

    heck yeah!… this is awesome, PSP got greats homebrews. Hope the support for online games still continues, only for now lives “myneighborsushicat”…

  2. Mittens

    The PSP is definitely not the best handheld there ever was. It’s hardly better than the DS, 3DS, Switch, and even the Vita. It was a fairly good handheld, but looking back, I never had as much fun on it as I did these other handhelds.

  3. asret


  4. nomanisanisland


    • RedLikeRoses

      Good question. Probably working at Sony or chilling with his wife and kids. We have no way to reach him anyways.

  5. yyy

    why PSP when it’s long dead eons ago? Any of the in market consoles will generate more interest than dragging a dead horse out of its grave…

    • zfreeman

      It’s one of the few systems that can emulate N64 decently.

    • RedLikeRoses

      PSP Homebrew has been more active than ever with 16+ devs actively working on 20-25 projects. Our developer count continues to grow as more people continue to work, and the PSP scene is expanding with new technological tools.

  6. Lollypop

    Cant we just see a simpler installer clean script? That staged cleans the system and personal space with an iso download.
    So that is:
    Apt clean reinstall and clean from iso
    Wipe docs and personals files
    In a shellscript so that we can stage2 and stage4 ish or other emus or the desktop or server??????

  7. qubits_

    240p test suite for crt users would be great.

    The ps1 eboot does not work on pso.