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    psp NEOGEO Emulator for PSP 0.2.2



    NJ has released a new version of the NeoGeo Emulator for the PSP, heres the translated whats new:

    - 0.2.2 -

    BIOS while executing way raster effects is always made effective, modification.
     During of game executing depends on the value which is set with the menu.
     (Modification for the operation improvement of uni-bios v2.0/v2.1/v2.2)

    Drawing deleting the excessive processing of the part.

    * Therefore exactly from first release about January, also pause is good, being the case that,
     With this version renewal stop. Reopening is undecided.

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    Woah what can i say...Keep up the great work NJ! I love your emulators!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wraggster
    With this version renewal stop. Reopening is undecided.
    I don't like the sound of that

    Thank you NJ for the update and thank you Wraggster for the news.

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    Great work. Am I to assume that we will probably never see the larger games with sound?

    Eduardo

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    Keep up the good work NJ!! Thank you

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    Default Good bye and farewell

    To be fair, NJ's done so much for this emulator that i can understand him wanting to quit it.

    It's in a damn good state now, and it must be real frustrating for him that he can't get some of the best games to run well.

    It does seem odd that it's possible to run ps1 & GBA emulators but not a 16 bit machine emulator but as i understand it there's not nearly enough proccessing power to get the big neogeo games (Garou, Metal slug) going at full tilt with sound and visual effects.

    Still, i'm just happy to be able to play these games (with or without sound) where ever and when ever i want- i really think they are some of the most fun i've had on a videogame.

    Also, i've had really good responses from people playing on my psp who don't understand what an emulator is. They don't believe that it's a non-commercial product.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wilbur
    as i understand it there's not nearly enough proccessing power to get the big neogeo games (Garou, Metal slug) going at full tilt with sound and visual effects.
    I think the issue was not enough RAM on the PSP. Only 32MB and if it only had 64MB it would make a world of difference.

    I think the RAM issue is also why some prefer the GP2X for emulators.

    I'm optimistic though. A lot that can be done now with the PSP was not impossible once.

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    Shalomb! NJ!

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    so how is this compared to neogeocdpsp?

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    Quote Originally Posted by slaphappygamer
    so how is this compared to neogeocdpsp?
    The biggest difference is the game size of the Roms almost 75% smaller. The speed is equal in games that don't require cache to be used. In all use the CD version for games that need cache in this version. Also theres a lot of games that the CD version doesn't have that the MVS version does.

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