A look at what Sony, Nintendo and Sega consoles the PSVita and PSTV can emulate and the emulators to use for the best experience!


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17 Responses

  1. Omar says:

    Why is this blog dedicated towards sony? Why not move and tell us what nintendo switch can do.

    • Donopatay says:

      Read the title of the article and understand how stupid you look right now.

    • Emojicon says:

      They talk about the Switch plenty of times. The homebrew scene just isn’t as exciting/fast moving on the Switch.

    • Panzer says:

      Does the Switch have any new hacking related news that hadn’t been posted here before?

    • Gikero says:

      Go find a different blog. The people who come to Wololo do for a reason. Not strictly a Sony console blog, but historically that is what was covered.

      PSP > Vita > will probably cover even more switch than it already does, as the scene grows.

      • Raiden137 says:

        I loved my pspgo for flexibility in emulation so now to have that plus the Vita library all in one is incredible.

      • NoSpam says:

        I came here for WagicTH. Been hooked ever since.

        • Gikero says:

          I switched here because pspslimhacks.com was not updating regularly. Never been into trading card games myself, but I stuck here because Wololo and crew do such a good job covering everything related to console hacking scenes.

  2. Pirate Bear says:

    While the Vita will never do PS2 emulation, there were a number of “HD” versions that were released for it: FFX, Sly Cooper, Rachet & Clank, Jak & Daxter, Metal Gear Solid 2+3, Persona 4 Golden, etc. Honestly my favorite part of the Vita’s library

  3. Alessandro says:

    It seems Vita is no better than PSP in terms of emulation. Except you can also run Vita games (and it has a better and bigger screen).

    • Alex says:

      It can do emulation better – but the fact is that for being locked out for homebrew for so long reduced the amount of people and time put into developing proper tools.

  4. HeroKing says:

    I’m looking for something i can use for the Zelda/Metroid randomizer roms. Any emulator i tried on vita crashes right after i start a new game

  5. dorkus says:

    PlayStation emulation is not perfect – or even close to it – as long as POPS is the emulator. Sony did not design it to run everything, so that is to be expected.

    While I seriously doubt Dreamcast emulation will be a thing, you can take some comfort in knowing that PS2 emulation isn’t far off in practice. Any emulators will be hideous hacks to be certain, but most people just care about being able to play the game instead of how it should be rendered.

  6. Alex says:


    I have a naive question regarding this post: you advice us to use Uo gPSP Kai via Adrenaline and LOLIcon. Both are installed but when running Adrenaline, CPU clock is limited to 333 Mhz.

    Am I missing something something?


    • some_dood says:

      Pretty sure she was referring to those as two separate ways of emulation (hence the two bullet points). You can overclock using mGBA, and gPSP Kai for the screen filter of her preference.