Release: PS4 Emulator Spine v20220517, improves compatibility


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5 Responses

  1. globalwarming says:

    The fact that it works at all is really impressive

  2. I’m responding to your call for writers. I sought first to DM you, either via /talk or Twitter, but registration is closed on the boards, and DMs are disabled on your Twitter.

    I’m an experienced and capable writer who has been following games/console hacking since the ’90s. I’m not currently deeply familiar with PS4/PS5 hacking news, but am certainly willing to get up to speed on any topic I’d need to cover, and may be able to provide some perspective from the other side as someone more familiar with the Xbox scene.

    Let me know if you’re interested. Compensation is extremely flexible, as I’m frankly just eager to write about a topic I love, in a place where it can be seen and engaged with by an audience.

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