Back in the day, the PSP was a pretty big hit with many gamers even though its successor, the PSVita, saw less success. Nowadays, its graphics are a bit dated but it’s seen a revival in popularity through emulation and now, the PlayStation Classic got its own port of the go-to PSP emulator named PPSSPP!

According to reports on Reddit and a spreadsheet on Google Drive, the emulator runs decently and the following titles seem to run well:
◾Street Fighter Alpha 3 MAX
◾An unspecified Burnout game
◾ Crisis Core – Final Fantasy 7 from a YouTube video
◾According to Swingflip, PPSSPP’s performance on the PSC is better than that found on the SNES Classic or Raspberry Pi 3 Model B

To grab the PPSSPP emulator, which is provided as a RetroArch core, simply head over to this link and download the ZIP file provided. You might need to enable “Block Transfer GPU” to remove graphical issues in certain games. Some titles, like Tekken 6, do not work so your mileage may vary.