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Is there an SNES emulator for the PSP Go that can run

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Is there an SNES emulator for the PSP Go that can run

Post by hacker alias » Wed Oct 27, 2010 12:55 am

Star Ocean at all? I've tried the SNES9X and it won't load it, and I've tried Ruka's and it runs it but the graphics are all garbled.
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Re: Is there an SNES emulator for the PSP Go that can run

Post by cobaltex » Wed Oct 27, 2010 2:55 am

snes9xtyl should run it, only problem i've run into is the voiced sequences have static sounding audio, but thats nothing compared to top's opening sequence. on the other hand the intro for the "through the fire and flames" re-translation for breath of fire 2 runs perfectly
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Re: Is there an SNES emulator for the PSP Go that can run

Post by hacker alias » Wed Oct 27, 2010 4:00 am

the tyl version linked in the topic doesn't even LOAD for me.

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Re: Is there an SNES emulator for the PSP Go that can run

Post by TragicTheBlubbering » Wed Oct 27, 2010 4:16 am

If you're on fw 6.30/6.31 and the golf exploits I don't think tyl will work. Did you try both links in the "working Emulators topic?
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Re: Is there an SNES emulator for the PSP Go that can run

Post by hacker alias » Wed Oct 27, 2010 4:18 am

Yeah. I even tried merging the 1.5 version with PSPBrew and no luck. Ruka's build, like I mentioned before, is the only one I've got that even loads the game, but it's all garbled graphics.

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Re: Is there an SNES emulator for the PSP Go that can run

Post by TragicTheBlubbering » Wed Oct 27, 2010 4:36 am

Check this topic here.viewtopic.php?f=12&t=42. There are 2 links to snes9xtyl. try the rapidshare link it works best. And what firmware are you using? As I said Tyl might not work on 6.30 or 6.31.
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Re: Is there an SNES emulator for the PSP Go that can run

Post by hacker alias » Wed Oct 27, 2010 4:40 am

6.31 and I totally skipped over the RS link. I suppose I can put it into my jdownload and wait a month for it, I don't have anything else to do.

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Re: Is there an SNES emulator for the PSP Go that can run

Post by hacker alias » Wed Oct 27, 2010 4:46 am

Yeah, the rs one just freezes on a white screen, thanks for trying to help though. I guess I'll wait until the hen is out.

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Re: Is there an SNES emulator for the PSP Go that can run

Post by TragicTheBlubbering » Wed Oct 27, 2010 4:50 am

Since you are on 6.31 It won't work. Right now Tyl only seems to run on the patapon exploit. This is a known issue.
R.I.P Leonard Nimoy, the original Mr. Spock. He lived long and prospered. :cry:
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i was wondering if there anyway to mod the ps3 so i can play ps3 game ??
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