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Nintendo DS emulator for psp

Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Homebrew software' started by hallett1, Jan 29, 2008.

  1. hallett1

    hallett1 Member

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    Does any one no a good place to download one from???

    Links would be appreciated
     
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    Get a $130 and buy a DS. PSP cant emulate something it doesnt have, dual screen and touch-base games.
     
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    there is but it can only run homebrew games and a bit laggy. Interested ? I can give u the link
     
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    id like the link to it please if you dont mind
     
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    the ds emulator isnt worth it unless ur playin pokemon, just spend $200 gettin one
     
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    thats the link to all the nintendo ones
    why not a direct link to the exact emu?
     
  9. acidy

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    There is no DS emulator for PSP :)
    A GBA emulator is there though :)
     
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    You can get a DS on Ebay for under 100 sometimes. I recomend looking. However it is nice to think that someday, we could actually buy one device that supports all of these things.
     
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    Even I suggest you to buy a Nintendo DS rather that looking for an emulator on it on hte PSP because a "perfect" NDS emulator can never come on the PSP as the 2nd screen of the DS is a touchscreen while the PSP doesn't have the touchscreen feature >_<
     
  14. Ex_hoc

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    I wouldn'r mind not having the touchscreen. in some games like Mario 64 and Mario kart its not even needed. It would be totally worth it to have an emulator just for those 2 games. (well at least in my opinion).
     
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    I wouldn'r mind not having the touchscreen. in some games like Mario 64 and Mario kart its not even needed. It would be totally worth it to have an emulator just for those 2 games. (well at least in my opinion).[/quote]
    yea i think it would be cool for those 2 games to...but i doubt theyll make one
     
  16. Ex_hoc

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    Well the one for PC kind of works. it lag pretty bad but i managed to get mario loaded. its kind of ironic because the N64 emulator still isn't perfected and were already emulating a DS....
     
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    aahh :)
    Didn't know about that :p
    Well, I loved those games on the n64 :)

    And yeah :)
    Not a single single video driver for the n64 emulator that I downloaded emulates Zelda OOT * Zelda OOT MQ properly on my vid. card (GeForce MX 440)
    Although I've already fin. "Zelda OOT MQ" on my xbox's n64 emulator :)
    The game is juz classic :)

    btw, are the DS versions of the games Mario 64 and Mario kart nice ?? :)
     
  18. Ex_hoc

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    thats weird i got Zelda OOT to work perfectly on my Dell notebook using project 64 emulator. I also download it for my Wii and beat it lol.

    And the Mario 64 DS version is 10 times better than the origanal. they kept everything exactly the same except added about 3 more stars to each level that you can get. Plus you can change to different charecters (Mario, Luigi Wario and Yoshi) at any time in the game. they also added about 10 more levels specifically for each charecter. I almost don't liek playing the origanal anymore , just cause the DS version is so fun
     
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    Woah Koooooooool 8)
    I think it doesn't work on my gfx card properly cuz mine suxXx >_<
    It's a Geforce 4 mx 440 and it doesn't have pixel-shader or anyting :(
    Darn Counter-Strike has been lagging now :O

    Oh well >_>
    And about the Mario 64 DS !! 8)
    Awesome man !! :)
    3 more stars :)
    I'd like defeating that bomb king again :p
    It was a total fun stage :)
    That Ghost stage too was fun :)
     
  20. Ex_hoc

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    Yeah its pretty awesome. I love how they just added a ton of stuff but didnt change anything
     

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