This week (6-13 July) in emulation: Atlantis GB/C emulator in your smartphone’s browser, Yuzu booting DOOM, Dolphin’s June report, Citra/Ryujinx create a Patreon and more!


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7 Responses

  1. Farchent says:

    Good for this

  2. anaeil says:

    em … can dulphin run on ps vita?
    why not?

    • lildudespider says:

      the PS Vita’s CPU actually runs at 333MHz by default and can be boosted to 444MHz with Wi-Fi turned off. Given that the ARM Cortex A9 processor has a max speed range of 800MHz – 2GHz, Sony actually underclocked the CPU frequency to about half of its suspected speed.

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      You can compare this with any android phone and see that android phones run at multiple times faster than this and still struggle

      Even if you could double the speed of the vitas CPU you would not only cause severe damage to the console, you still would be slower than an android phone

      • Nergal says:

        You can only overclock (from normal speed) with wi-fi off? I haven’t heard that. The only time I do it is with Borderlands.

    • Metalrckr14 says:

      I’m thinking of grabbing a Nintendo Switch as soon as I heard that Retroarch is going to have a GameCube emulator. You may wanna consider grabbing a switch if this goes well. 🙂 No more Sony exclusives tho

  3. zombira says:

    There’s a wiki or info page for a Atlantis?
    I want to upload my backup roms, but it doesnt appear to work, or can it even run commercial backups?

  4. Dragar says:

    Uh… retroarch Web player has been around for a good couple years now and supports touchscreens great. Sure you can’t find sites with illegal roms for use with this emulator but you can upload your own roms to use straight on the official retroarch Webplayer page.