PSP Emulator

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The PlayStation Portable (PSP) handheld game console device. PSP emulator can run your favourite games on your PC/Laptop. In today’s time, a lot of emulators is available for download. In today’s time, a lot of emulators are available for downloads such as PPSSPP, Jpcsp, PCSP, PSPE and Potemkin which support Win 7/8/10 (32/64bit). Sony released PSP on December 12, 2004 (Japan). Mentioned emulator goal is to be a complete entertainment platform.

Above mentioned all emulator able to run your games in full HD, upscale blurry texture, and much more. All PSP released games mostly made for small screen, but these emulator able to extend game resolution in full HD and give you a better experience. These emulator are open source project. The best thing is, you no need to pay to enjoy your memorable games on your PC/Laptop.

Features

  • HD Resolution
  • Big-screen mobile gaming
  • Use external controller & Keyboard
  • Save and load game stat anytime anywhere

PPSSPP Changelog 1.10.2:

  • Additionally Screen crash fixed
  • Camera & centring on notched phone fixed
  • Graphic & Compatibility fixed
  • SDL Mouse Support
  • Bug & Crash fixed
  • Added Multiplayer Chat
  • Audio bug fixed (SDL builds)
  • Notch Support on Android

PSP Emulator Minimum System Requirements

ProcessorDual-Core 2.0GHz
Memory2GB RAM
Hard Drive5GB Application + ROM
Video256MB Graphic Card
OSWindows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10

PSP Emulator Recommended System Requirements

ProcessorQuad-Core 2.0GHz
Memory4GB RAM
Hard Drive5GB Application + ROM
Video2GB Graphic Card
OSWindows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10
PPSSPPWindows10.2.120.8MB
PCSPWindows0.5.511.90MB
JPCSPWindows1.028.09MB
PotemkinWindows1.01MB
PSPEWindows0.91MB

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