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3ds homebrew emulators - Dona12345 - 08-19-2014 08:11 PM

Now the 3ds is capable of running emulators the 3dnes a nes emulator and blargsnes a snes emulator(w.i.p) ,well there is any possible to enjoy ppsspp emulator on this console?Big Grin


RE: 3ds homebrew emulators - Howdareme - 08-19-2014 08:26 PM

Short answer: no. Never will 3ds be emulating PSP. It might not even be able to emulate n64..


RE: 3ds homebrew emulators - heiwasan - 08-20-2014 11:37 AM

(08-19-2014 08:26 PM)Howdareme Wrote:  Short answer: no. Never will 3ds be emulating PSP. It might not even be able to emulate n64..

And how did you get in that conclusion!? The hardware specs are good enough to emulate N64 and PS1. About PSP, I’ll let the specialists to answer!!


RE: 3ds homebrew emulators - Dona12345 - 08-20-2014 06:07 PM

Thanks for your reply @heiwasan, after this i hope the specialists Answer in this threadSmile


RE: 3ds homebrew emulators - Howdareme - 08-20-2014 11:15 PM

There is definetly no way 3ds can emulate psx or psp maybe n64. Go on ask on gba temp (3ds hacking section)
People will just laugh at your stupidity..


RE: 3ds homebrew emulators - barbanium - 08-21-2014 12:25 AM

Maybe Howdareme has a point...

I've read in some articles/guides that there are only a few selection of slot-1 flashcarts that can emulate GBA on NDS. The compatibility, though, is REALLY BAD. Slot-2 flashcarts have better compatibility but there's only one brand that works. Not to mention, I don't think anyone owns a NDS with slot-2 (lite) anymore.

I think there's a specific reason why NDS can't emulate other systems properly (even its own predecessor) and that same reason applies for 3DS as well. (I think I've read what it is, I just can't remember it.)

Anyway, if you want a handheld console to emulate PSX, N64, or GBA, get a PSP!
That system is powerful enough for that. Tongue

And don't mention high-tech handheld systems. I want to keep it old-school. Cool

Big Grin


RE: 3ds homebrew emulators - heiwasan - 08-21-2014 05:07 PM

(08-21-2014 12:25 AM)barbanium Wrote:  Maybe Howdareme has a point...

I've read in some articles/guides that there are only a few selection of slot-1 flashcarts that can emulate GBA on NDS. The compatibility, though, is REALLY BAD. Slot-2 flashcarts have better compatibility but there's only one brand that works. Not to mention, I don't think anyone owns a NDS with slot-2 (lite) anymore.

I think there's a specific reason why NDS can't emulate other systems properly (even its own predecessor) and that same reason applies for 3DS as well. (I think I've read what it is, I just can't remember it.)

Anyway, if you want a handheld console to emulate PSX, N64, or GBA, get a PSP!
That system is powerful enough for that. Tongue

And don't mention high-tech handheld systems. I want to keep it old-school. Cool

Big Grin

Well, i can get it!! Maybe you are right, it would be impossible due other reasons than hardware specs as RAM memory or Processor.

About 4 years ago, I had the first LG optimums, with really low specs. It could emulate PS1 and N64. It was very laggy, but it was possible to play!


RE: 3ds homebrew emulators - Haseeb - 09-16-2014 05:55 PM

(08-20-2014 11:15 PM)Howdareme Wrote:  There is definetly no way 3ds can emulate psx or psp maybe n64. Go on ask on gba temp (3ds hacking section)
People will just laugh at your stupidity..

Thats simply not making any sense .
PS1 emulation is not a big deal , seriously ! Even the Galaxy Y with 800mhz processor runs PS1 quite well. And n64 is even simpler.
3DS according to my knowledge has Dual Core ARM 11 processor with a lot better graphic card. I think 3DS can flawlessly run n64 and PS1 .
Yeah , PPSSPP seems out of question because it requires a lot more ram and bigger processor.