|Developer: ePSXe Team|
Some of us might be Windows miss the old games that we used to play on Playstation consoles like Metal Slug, Tarzan, Gran Turismo, Crash Bandicoot, Final Fantasy, or other games. Unfortunately there may be some games that we used to play a lot but are no longer released in the next generation, while we still want to play them.
For those of you who want to feel back in playing PlayStation games on a PC / Laptop, you can use this software. This software will help you to run PlayStation games on Microsoft Windows or Linux-based software, as well as devices running Android.
Features and Benefits of ePSXe
ePSXe (enhance PSX emulator ) is a PlayStation video game console emulator for x86-based PCs that uses an application programming interface (API) for its plug-ins. For half a year, ePSXe was developed privately. When it was released on October 14, 2000, ePSXe was a revolution in the PSX simulation scene, offering higher compatibility and performance than other PlayStation emulators at the time.
After ePSXe 1.6.0 was released on August 5, 2003, its development stalled, with rumors. which claims that Sourcecode was lost due to damage to hard disk . However, on April 5, 2008, ePSXe developers made a public statement revealing that in the summer of 2007, they had decided to continue developing the emulator, due to the many motivational motivations by netizens. On May 24, 2008, ePSXe version 1.7.0 was released.
After taking a long pause, on August 30, 2012 the developers again announced the presence of ePSXe for Android devices while saying at the time that ePSXe for Windows being tested. Version 1.8.0. Windows was released on November 9, 2012. Like many modern emulators, ePSXe uses plug-ins to mimic the functions of GPU, SPU, and CD-ROM drives. Allows games to be loaded from the computer's CD drive or from one of the user's hard drives.
Until version 1.9.25, ePSXe could only function with images from Sony's official PlayStation BIOS. Because various PlayStation BIOS images are copyrighted by Sony, distributing BIOS images is illegal. For this reason, ePSXe is not bundled with any PlayStation BIOS image, which requires users to download it themselves for the emulator. Version 1.9.25 added HLE BIOS support, allowing it to mimic the effects of PlayStation's BIOS, although compatibility is currently lower than official BIOS.
Download the Latest ePSXe
ePSXe is able to run most PlayStation games accurately. Some games run perfectly without extensive configuration and trial and error testing. If the game doesn't work successfully, patches written for the game can be used, although some games don't include patch files. Download the latest and free ePSXe via the link below: