The libretro team & vita developer frangar has been making significant progress on the RetroArch (Vita/PsTV) nightly builds in recent weeks with things really moving at a rapid pace this past week. First, we seen 4 player Support Added, Rear Touchpad Support (Vita) added for L2/L3/R2/R3 buttons with support for those same buttons for the PsTV counterpart, but then things really started to heat up as we started to see some big improvements as frangar was able to get the Dynarec working on HENkaku enables devices, which essentially means greatly improved emulation.. Plus,
We have seen several cores (more is expected) that have supported the dynarec, gpSP which gave GameBoy Advance Emulation a boost, we seen improved PSX emulation recently, and the picodrive core see Sega32X & Sega CD running at very respectable speeds. Emulation is really heating up and with a dynarec supporting multiple cores, this is something to really keep a close eye on. Then the libretro team with the latest nigthly builds figured they fix one annoyances on the Vita Port by making it a multi-system emulator instead of a bunch of standalone.
Recent Additions to RetroArch vita/pstv
- 4 Player Support Added
- Vita: Rear TouchScreen Support (L2/L3/R2/R3 Buttons)
- PsTV: L2/L3/R2/R3 buttons now supported on a connected input device
- Dynarec now supported, improved emulation for various cores
- PicoDrive - Sega32x , SegaCD (SVP chip) see speed improvements & greatly improved playability and emulation.
- gpSP - Gameboy Advance Emulation, now most if not all games getting 60 FPS
- PCSX - Sony PlayStation 1 - See huge speed improvements
- RetroArch Vita now becomes a mult-system emulator, instead of standalone cores and many vpk. Now and AIO VPK solution.
Thanks to @atreyu187 for the ScreenShots
Well RetroARCH finally did it you guys!! Latest nightly build has a nice AIO VPK you can freely switch cores. Takes about 4 seconds but all in all runs very smoothly. Enjoy guys I am off to play with this amazing release.
Also you must manually move all SELF/CORE files to /ux0:/data/retroarch/cores for the app to see the cores and the familiar XMB style interface will pop up. Also BIOS files go in the /ux0:data/retroarch/system/ directory to take full advantage of gpSP/PCSX ReARMed cores and more.
Download & Source: libretro (vita - nightly)
PS VITA / PS TV RetroArch (Vita/PsTV) - Now a True multi-system Emulator (AIO VPK)
By STLcardsWS on Oct 10, 2016 at 10:43 PM
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