Thursday, November 17, 2016

Download PPSSPP GOLD - PSP Emulator v1.2 for PC

Play your PSP games in HD!

PPSSPP can run your PSP games on your PC in full HD, and play on Android too. You can even high-end textures that would otherwise be too blurred as they were made for the small screen of the original PSP. Even in Android phones and modern tablets, often you can run twice the original resolution.

Enhance your experience

Playing in HD resolutions and more

Playing games on a tablet for the large mobile screen

Customize on-screen touch controls or use an external controller or keyboard

Save and restore the state of the game anytime and anywhere

Start anisotropic filtering to scale and texture

Pick-up where you left your actual PSP transfer savings

What's up

As usual, a ton of corrections and improvements:

A major revision of sceAtrac audio decoding, fixing and various musical themes such as

Many patches and solutions to buffer depth and use model, management and FBO

Audio reverb Support
Keyboard Combo - Custom Touch Buttons Pressing Multiple PSP Buttons

5xBR upscaling GPU (post-processing effect)

Troubleshooting with video playback with mono audio

Improved performance as multithreaded audio mixing

JIT ARM64 fault fixes bugs

Cache shader GLSL to reduce stuttering in the game

Support-render-CLUT functionality that certain games used to change the colors of different monsters

X86-64 Compatibility with Android

Automatically hide the onscreen controls after a certain amount of time

UV corrections prescale speedhack, nowseems reliable

Faster ISO cache

New user interface to move around the screen on large PSP screens

Arrangements under the user interface that the best cursors

Resolves various stability (ffmpeg failure, etc.)

Volume adjustment is back

Preparations to support more graphical APIs

AdHoc port shift

Support for other HD remaster (Sora no Kiseki Kai HD)


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