PPSSPP Just as you have expected, PSP emulation is not actually ready for prime time yet (playing games at full speed with sound and no frame skipping) but you can see that the progress it has undergone so far is rather impressive, most especially performance wise. PPSSPP has the ability to play a few commercial games but we have witnessed it getting some really impressive speeds on Androids that are high-end. We can’t say that it is the ideal way of experiencing games, well at least not as of this time, but we are definitely keeping an eye on its development and progress.
PSP Emulation is growing every day, and PSPE is a perfect prove of that, even though this emulator still can't run any commercial PSP game, you can try it by playing some demos and homebrew games.
It is important to remember that this emulator is the first of its kind, but after all we are expecting more updates for this project and why not more PSP emulators.
An important thing is that you need to get SDL.dll in order to run the emulator. Just scroll down to get that file and remember to place all files into the same root folder.
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Two most popular emulators for PSP are Gameboy Advance - GBA emu and Super NES - SNES emu.
PlayStation 3 Chips
Want to play emulated games on PS3 or maybe you would want to make a backup copy of the game you own and later play if from PS3 HDD instead of the Blue-Ray disc? Now You can do all of that with a PS3 USB Mod-Chip »
Although as of present, the final stealth and online compatible PS3 Jailbreak Softmod version has yet to be released to the market, there have already been a few samples distributed and perhaps one or two of them somehow landed on the hands of individuals who happen to own a USB sniffer. In fact, the analysis of this exploit is based largely on the logs of USB sniffers and the issues that have been encountered in the development stages of the PSGroove version, plus of course, some hypothetical guesses about how PS3 game files are encoded.