By Legacy | July 25, 2010 1:43 PM
We’ve reported on FpseCE for Windows Mobile a few times in the past, but now Android users can join the Sony PlayStation Emulator fun with PSX4Droid 1.0. The much anticipated Sony PlayStation Emulator, created by ZodTTD, was released on the Android Market late last night and judging by the videos below, it looks solid for a first release.
PSX4Droid is listed for “high-end Androids” and can be purchased for $5.99 on the Android Market. You’ll need a PS BIOS file and ROMs in order to take advantage of the emulator. Check out the gameplay videos of Need for Speed on the Motorola Droid X and Crash Bandicoot on the Nexus One. Features are also listed below.
Need for Speed: High Stakes on Droid X:
Crash Bandicoot on Nexus One:
- Uses formats BIN, ISO, IMG, PBP, Z, ZNX, and Eboot (compressed too)
- WiiMote controller works
- Trackball Dpad
- Memory card and save states
- Virtual control overlays
- Scaling modes