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Release: Spine PS4 Emulator v.20210901 (PS4 Emulator for Linux)

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79 Responses

  1. Emmanuelgtrrz says:

    WOW how times have changed

  2. Plague says:

    does spiderman work?

  3. Miranda says:

    Are you insane?
    It can barely run 2D games. Literally says in the article.

  4. Andrew says:

    We don’t even have a ps3 emulator this is some amazing work

    • Miranda says:

      Also, RPCS3 runs around 50% of all commercial games from the PS3 … “fine”. Personally I’ve only tried Demon’s Souls and Fight Night Champion. Both with no issues.

    • Miranda says:

      What drugs are you on?
      RPCS3 runs games amazingly well. I personally finished Demon’s Souls on RPCS3 without any issues (except some objects not loading at the very beginning for some reason, navigating a path without seeing any objects was … interesting. A reload fixed it)

  5. Miranda says:

    What drugs are you on?
    RPCS3 runs games amazingly well. I personally finished Demon’s Souls on RPCS3 without any issues (except some objects not loading at the very beginning for some reason, navigating a path without seeing any objects was … interesting. A reload fixed it)

  6. lehleht says:

    sadly the dev is a b!7ch

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