dcescottParticipant01/05/2016 at 16:23Post count: 12
Good Morning All!
Who do I message to update the google doc of games working or not working?labelwhoreParticipant01/05/2016 at 16:45Post count: 526
Have you got any to run at full speed? The few I’ve tried all ran like crap once I got into the actual gameplay. I have a Pi 2 and tried both the liberto version and the standalone version.dcescottParticipant01/05/2016 at 17:51Post count: 12
Full speed? Yes, it works fine for me. I’m running recommended default settings with heatsinks installed.
Who do I message to add the games to the list. I’m checking a few each week.labelwhoreParticipant01/05/2016 at 18:00Post count: 526
[quote=113182]Full speed? Yes, it works fine for me. I’m running recommended default settings with heatsinks installed.
Who do I message to add the games to the list. I’m checking a few each week.
Did you have to change any settings at all? I just installed the emulator from the setup script and tried a few roms, no customization.
if you changed any configs, could you share them here?dcescottParticipant01/05/2016 at 18:16Post count: 12
I updated to 3.3 last night which brought the ppsspp emulator out of experimental and tried out one rom. The file size is under 100mb if that makes a difference. I’m going to check out one that’s 250mb and one that’s 1.4G. I honestly think the size of the rom file might be the issue.
Truly it is ran through default settings with heatsinks installed so I didn’t customize anything. However, I will share my psp config settings tonight regardless if the 3.3 upgrade made a difference over the experimental installation.
Upgrade was performed with the binary (recommended) installation in the retropie menu.labelwhoreParticipant01/05/2016 at 18:22Post count: 526
I think one of the roms I tried was Soulcaliber: Broken Destiny. The menu ran more or less perfectly, but as soon as I got into actual gameplay, it slowed way down and audio was extremely choppy.
I’m on raspbian Jessie with retropie 3.3.dcescottParticipant01/05/2016 at 18:31Post count: 12
This is my 2nd week using Retropie. Forgive my limited knowledge but I’m learning new info daily. I believe I have Wheezy hosting Retropie 3.3 This was the default from my original img burn 3.2.1.
EDIT: Soul Caliber sounds like a memory/CPU hog. Some of the car chasing ones like burnout don’t work right either according to the list and I would imagine they push the PSP limits.labelwhoreParticipant01/05/2016 at 18:52Post count: 526
Where is the list you’re referring to? I’d like to use it to find some good roms to test out. I just randomly picked a few.
nvm, I found it on the wikiherbfargusMember01/05/2016 at 19:04Post count: 1858
Compatibility list is on the wiki page here:
And i set it up so it can be edited by anyone.
Which games are missing from the list?dcescottParticipant01/05/2016 at 21:27Post count: 12
Ah! I will go edit my entry in green. It’s a game on the list.dcescottParticipant01/06/2016 at 02:03Post count: 12
Simple question: Do PSX2PSP eBoots work in ppsspp? I seeing it does not by a google search, however the post was 2.5 years ago. Is that still the case?labelwhoreParticipant01/06/2016 at 15:47Post count: 526
I tried out .hack/link last night and it worked perfectly. So as soon as I have some time, I’ll start contributing to the compatibility list as well.labelwhoreParticipant01/07/2016 at 01:34Post count: 526
I haven’t been able to get any EBOOT games to work so far. I’ve tried about 4 so far. I always get a file corrupt message in PPSSPP. I’m gonna keep trying though.
This is what PPSSPP.org says, so maybe some will work:
If you have digital downloads on your PSP, they can be used directly on PPSSPP. Just copy the EBOOT.PBP over. Note that this has not been tested as much as ISO loading so there may still be issues with some games.
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