PSP Emulator For iPhone

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  1. coolio86

    coolio86 New Member

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    I know a PSP Emulator for the iPhone is very possible. Apple stated that the iPhone had more power than the PSP and DS combined. Zodttd definitely can make a PSP Emulator for the iPhone. He just has to make it compatible with iControlPad. Then you will be able to emulate the PSP perfectly.
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    spoonforknife Retired Moderator

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    Read the sticky.
    You don't know what zodttd can or can't do.
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    What he said.

    On Topic : I thought Windows 98 and N64 weren't possible? =O
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    psp can't even be properly emulated by a computer yet let alone an ipod touch.

    the homebrew part of psp might be possible (for example gpsphone the gba emulator was originally ported from the psp version if i recall) but i highly doubt there'll be a way to emulate psp games on ipt/iphone, the system structure doesn't work out.

    Also the psp specs are quite high (333mhz processor and 32mb RAM) might be a bit too much for the ipot/iphone along with all the other backround tasks it performs.
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    I don't think you'd have alot of fun (With a PSP emulator) :

    The screen wuld be full of buttons.
    How do you want to play that?

    I think a Nintendo DS emulator wuld be much more likely, as the DS is slower, and doesent have so many buttons.

    IF there is a PSP emulator, then i hope it alsow works on the iPod Touch (1G and 2G), but i dont know if the Iphone (including 3G) and The iPod Toch (1G and 2G)have got enough RAM.
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    Meikura Super Moderator Staff Member

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    iPhone/iPod touch isn't powerful enough. Never going to happen.
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    thechungster Super Moderator Emeritus

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    Yet the DS will need the screen to be split into two though :/
    One normal screen, and one touch screen
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    so the iPod/iPhone wuld have to be 1.5x so long as it is (The screen).

    Then the screen wuld be used like this:

    33.33333...% for upper, non touch screen,
    33.33333...% for lower touchscreen,
    33.33333...% for controlls
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    Ok. Well if the iPhone did have enough power to emulate the PSP, the controls wouldn't be a problem, iControlPad would be used to control the PSP Games, but if it doesn't have enough power then let's forget the PSP Emulator.

    But as for a DS Emulator, I think you should be able to set the screen settings on the DS Emulator. Like you should be able to turn the iPhone in portrait form and both screens would show, but in landscape only the bottom screem shows, and when you want you can make the Top screen show in landscape mode. This would be awesome. You would be able to play games online over WiFi, but could you play it over 3G or EDGE?
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    The PSP would suck so bad on a touchscreen device, the iPhone/iPod touch prolly don't even have enough ram to run smoothly.
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