After more than two years present in the Play Store as an application in beta, promising emulator PPSSPP has finally released version 1.0 , becoming one of the best ways to enjoy games like Persona 2 PSP, Little Big Planet or Soul Calibur on our Android devices.
And it seems that over the years and increased power devices has helped now much easier to emulate games Sony handheld console in our phones. Yes, as its creators warn the download does not include any ROM, and will be us having to rip our original games to play them on mobile
PPSSPP Play Store account in two versions, free and other payment cost us € 4.99 , but both find all the features you can expect from any emulator like to configure external control, rescale the definition of games depending on your mobile and to benefit from our WiFi connection to take advantage of multiplayer games.
As we assume that you will have guessed, that can run any PSP title does not mean that these games are to function properly on any device, as this will depend largely on the phone or tablet with which it is running.
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February 2, 2015