OK, let’s take a trip back in time, shall we? Imagine yourself sitting at your computer at the 28th of October, 2017. If you were somewhat curious, you might have searched for a PS4 emulator that day. And in any other day, you would find only lies and scams. But that day, someone made a tiny little repository on Github, containing nothing more than a license and a tiny readme. That readme. What did it say, I want to believe you said that in your head? “Orbital: Playstation 4 Emulator.” Most people would simply think it’s just another scam or of the sort. But this developer was the real thing. The reason? “I’m in only for the technical challenge hehe”

Now the only thing left to do is to install the firmware onto the virtual HDD and get to see the main menu!

I’m rooting for you Alex, and thank you if you read the article until the end!

Source: All over the place but here’s the link to the Github page where all the source code is: https://github.com/AlexAltea/orbital

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