Want PPSSPP iOS 11 IPA download of PlayStation Portable (PSP) emulator on your iPhone or iPad? Here's how you can. No jailbreak is required for this to work.
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If you take a second to launch the iOS App Store and check out the top paid and free charts, it becomes immediately apparent how successful mobile based gaming has become on Apple's range of iOS devices. We've seen time and time again that some of the biggest app launches that attract the most attention come from established and independent game developers and have managed to thrust mobile based gaming directly into the limelight.
Handheld gaming consoles are desperately trying to cling onto a market which smartphone and tablet devices are readily muscling away from them, and it’s also quite evident when we consider adoption rates. So how fitting, perhaps, that the first PSP emulator for iOS (jailbroken devices only), BlackBerry, Android, Windows and Linux should be a smooth, impressive experience which, besides a few to-be-expected frame rate issues, is surprisingly well put together. It's named PPSSPP, and as you'll see from the video below, its performance is exceptional for such an early build hardware emulator.
Sony Corporation today has announced the next-generation PlayStation Portable (PSP) codename NGP which feature a Quad-Core Cortex-A9 processor, and a Quad-Core PowerVR SGX543MP+ GPU.
It appears as if Sony is not going to let the Nintendo 3DS steal the show. Sony is expected to release the PSP2 within Q4 this year, possibly as early as October, and the first announcement is expected to be made January 27th.
In a surprising move, instead of taking on Nintendo DS line of portable gaming, Sony takes a shot at Apple and its iPhone / iOS gaming system by calling it “that isn't built for big boy games, that is built for texting your grandma and calling your girl”. Seriously Sony? you are comparing a full-fledged portable gaming console to a multi-functional smartphone? Something is surely not right at Sony, they are probably thinking that they have missed their opportunity at cell phone gaming market with a possible PlayStation Phone. And so now they want us to believe that paying for old PSP collection at $10 is better than paying for App Store games on iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.
One thing that Android platform seriously lacks in comparison to iPhone (iOS) is quality gaming. Even though it fully supports good graphics and game play, but the developers for whatever reasons so far have not been able to deliver the quality of games that Apple’s iOS devices deliver. But now it seems like all that is going to change. Engadget has the latest scoop from one of their reliable sources who claims that Sony Ericsson is working on a gaming phone which will look a hell a lot like the PSP and that it will be powered by Android 3.0 Gingerbread, bringing PlayStation titles to the platform.