It has been about 2 months now since PPSSPP had their last release and November 1st marked the one year anniversary of PPSSPP. ”While nothing is perfect, there have been plenty of improvements since the last release, and thanks to all of the contributors!” Here are a few thing that have been fixed with the release of 0.9.5
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Android, playing PSP games with the PPSSPP emulator. I’m going to jump right into it, you will either need a dual core or quad core processor in your phone. I would recommend that it is rooted and use CPU master app to make your device run at top speed to get the best results from the PSP emulator (PPSSPP) on your Android device.
Using a Raspberry Pi for reto I know, that it’s underpowered for quite a few different emulators. I’m very surprised what you can play on it . When you first buy a Rasberry PI, you will have to download their free os called Raspbian. Then you can sign up to the PI store, so you can download all kind of apps. They have four good classic gaming emulators available, all of them are free downloads: MAME4ALL , PiSNES — Super NES emulator, Pcsx_reARMed — PlayStation1, Atari800 — Atari 8-bit computers (800, XL, XE, etc.)
It’s such a small change, yet it is one that I have been waiting for since I first got Skype on my Vita. When the Skype compatibility was announced (if memory serves me well) they stated that it would be possible to talk while playing games with your friends, which seemed like a great idea; especially where multiplayer games such as Phantasy Star are concerned. However; this was not the case. Soon after the release, it was discovered that there was no way to minimize Skype without ending the call, and yet another promise was destroyed.
Over the past six weeks, Sony have been giving away free PSM games. For the entire week the games have been free, and finally the end is upon us. This week a game that I have been wishing for from the very beginning has become free, so if you have access to PSN via your Vita or any other Mobile Device, then you should definitely take the time to download it. Read the rest of this entry »
After my previous article many people were wondering whether the extended PSN maintenance would also bring some sort of stealth Firmware update and that Sony would be offering free games to entice people into upgrading from their Uno or previous exploits. Well, this was not the case.
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It feels like the dev’s have decided to just smother us in new versions of their goodness today. In my last post I mentioned the E3 4.30 CFW, and in just mere hours there has been a new version of Rogero updated to 4.30, PS Tools, Yet another bypass (allowing PSN access) and a personal favorite;
Closely following the release of E3′s 4.30 CFW, Rogero has released his own. This seems to be a port of his 4.21 CFW to 4.30. This, like the last is a CEX CFW, so again, be sure to dehash your console.
Just hours ago E3 have released a Custom Firmware running on 4.30. There is little information around this at present, as there has not been a long enough time to test it out, however I personally believe it’ll be rather unstable, at least for a while.
I’ve just uploaded the first public alpha to the server. I’ve already found lots of bugs, but that was to be expected, and I made a promise not to program for the next 4 weeks !
I will run a last set of tests on my PSP tomorrow to make sure nothing prevents the game from actually running, then make an announcement on QJ’s forums. This means that if you’re reading this blog for some reason, you might be able to try the game before it is officially announced. How lucky are you ?
Please give a try to WTH?!, and send me comments, feedback, bug reports in this post