Free and simple to use, PPSSPP is a very good PSP emulator for Android. It requires good performance and offers many modifiable parameters. Special mention for the intuitive interface and translated into French. To try quickly!
Owners of Android smartphones or tablets have a wide choice of emulators to enjoy console games with for example DraStic DS Emulator for Nintendo DS games, FPse for the first PlayStation, MegaN64 for Nintendo 64 or MD.emu for those nostalgic for the Sega Master System. In order to enjoy PSP games on your Android device, we invite you to discover the application PPSSPP.
Also available under Windows, Mac OS X and Linux, this emulator allows you to play games on Sony’s portable console in ISO or CSO format. It takes care of saving your games in locations provided for this purpose.
PPSSPP offers a plethora of options to configure to find a good balance between the fluidity of the game and the performance of your smartphone or tablet. The options menu first allows you to look at the graphic parameters such as buffering, game speed, scaling or even texture filtering. The audio options allow you to change the volume of music and effects.
Adapting an emulator on a touch device is not an easy task, PPSSPP has several parameters in order to adjust the analog tilt, reassign the keys, define the power of the vibrations or even adjust the layout, size and opacity of the different buttons.
In terms of handling, the clear and intuitive interface is close to perfection. The menus are fully translated into French and your games are available in the form of illustrated thumbnails.
Finally, note that a version Gold at 4.99 euros, helps support developers and remove ads.