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 Jun 07, 2005 - 07:00 PM - by Michael
* Wired on PSP and Emulation

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Wired has picked up on the PSP's status as an emulation platform of choice as of late.

Now if only someone would crack the trick of running homebrews on 1.50 firmware... I want to run some older titles.

Some of the programs, like a Super Nintendo Entertainment System emulator, are in early stages of development and run games very slowly if at all. But some, like an emulator that runs games from NEC's TurboGrafx-16 hardware, are nearly flawless, featuring full sound, full speed and the option to stretch the game's graphics to fill the PSP's wide-screen display.

 

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