Sony announced the launch of PlayStation Classic, the miniature version of the legendary console, about a month ago. This new machine will go on sale on December 3. It will allow users to enjoy 20 preloaded classic titles, such as Final Fantasy VII, Jumping Flash, Ridge Racer Type 4, and Tekken 3, among others. While waiting for their arrival, Android users can enjoy PlayStation (PSX) emulators to replay the games of their childhood.
RetroArch is an open-source project, and it is free. It is one of the most popular emulators for Android. Although it is not exclusive to PlayStation, since it is a multi-console emulator, the Sony console module works quite well and is stable.
This emulator has a modular structure, so the user must download each system individually as a compliment. It is much more complex than other PlayStation emulators, but users assure that it is one of the most complete.
One of the most downloaded PlayStation (PSX and PSOne) emulators. It is an Android version of the popular emulator for PC and offers good speed, high compatibility, easy use and is stable. ePSXe is designed for smartphones and tablets and includes a split-screen 2-player and 1-4-player mode.
The emulator also includes virtual controls on the touch screen, save and load states, improved OpenGL graphics, and native ARM support, among other features. It does not have a trial version, but it can be downloaded for a price of 2.99 euros, and you can even request a refund if the user is not convinced.
FPse is one of the best PlayStation emulators for Android. A user favorite, this emulator offers everything from the basics, such as anytime load and save or customizable controls, to add-ons and extras to run games properly.
FPse is capable of displaying all PSOne games in high resolution using OpenGL, offering high-quality graphics. It is a paid emulator, which has costs 2.79 euros. As with the previous one, it does not have a trial version, but you can always request a refund.
ClassicBoy is a free simulator and provides support for various consoles, including PlayStation or Nintendo 64. One of the emulators most used by users because it offers a wide variety of features, such as custom controls or support for controls.
As for PSX support, it is not one of the complete emulators, although it is easy to use. Despite being free, some functions require buying the full version of the emulator, priced at 2.94 euros.
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