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    General games Screenshots of Sonys PS1 Emu for PSP which you also need to own a PS3

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    OK, on the playstation store, there's two files you need to download. One is the main "data" file (383MB for syphon filter), the other is the 100Kb License file. Once the license is downloaded it shows up in the new "Certification Manager" on the PSP:

    Once the data file is installed, it shows up in the memory stick area just like the free demos:

    Upon loading the game, you're greeted with a familiar logo...

    And after the requisite credit screens, you get the menu:

    Introducing... Gabe Logan!

    Pressing the home button brings up a number of options available to the emulator...

    ... including the COMPLETE game manual:

    You also have the option of adjusting the video output to fill the entire screen:

    This distorts the image a little bit, but i think its worth it to get the full sized image.

    As far as the installation processes. The download went pretty quickly, and it will require the PSP to be plugged in prior to the download. Hopefully this restriction will be removed once the PS3 itself can play the games. It is clear the download is stored on the PS3 HDD, but it does not seem to be accessible from the XMB interface.

    After the download is complete, there is an installation process to the PSP, which actually takes WAY too long. Clearly its doing more than just copying the file because 383MB over USB2 should be done in a few minutes. It took at least 10.

    Also, the license download is probably going to be confusing for some people. Its not a big deal per se, but it isn't very elegant.

    Including the manual was a pleasant surprise.

    On the memory card, the game file is in /PSP/GAME/SCUS94240 and the eboot.pbp itself is 387MB, so we're clearly not just getting an ISO here.

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    B-E-A-Utiful! I love Syphon Filter. Is It Fullspeed oin the official?

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    OOOO, so the games come as eboot.pbp?

    Wonder if there is any chance of using our own eventually?

    Anyone tried decrypting the .pbp yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AtariFreek View Post
    B-E-A-Utiful! I love Syphon Filter. Is It Fullspeed oin the official?
    I imagine so, as it is official.

    I still hope that PS1P blows this one out eventually though...

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    what a sorry time for dark alex to leave the scene. hmmm wonder what i have to do to get my hands on one of these eboots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jondoe696911 View Post
    what a sorry time for dark alex to leave the scene. hmmm wonder what i have to do to get my hands on one of these eboots.
    Personally, I think he'll return eventually. He just needs a break from a**holes.

    As for the "eboots", you can't use them as they are tied to the individual PSP they are loaded to (by MAC address I think). We just need some mad talented person to come by and tear apart each file in the firmware and extract the emulator, then give that info to AC for his emu.

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    OMG Syphon Filter i really would like to play that game on my 1.50 psp.

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    that's pretty GAYY how we need a ps3 to emulate ps1 games on our psp. I would have been all over coolboarders.

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    sony lied to us! we shouldn't need a ps3 to get these games!

    i'm not payin 600+ for a ps1 game. F*** that S***

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    Pretty soon you will be able to download games to your psp, don't worry. They just don't have it ready yet.

    What format is the file? Any way to convert our psone discs to work in the same format, just throwing it out there. There has to be a way, I don't want to rebuy the games I already have. edit: eboot, ok then. Maybe even somehow strip just the emulator and port it to a 1.5. Ah, something.

    Also, will 3.0 be good enough? I updated one of my psps to 3.0 and not an hour later they had already released a 3.01. Id rather not update again.

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