PS2 SnesStation (PS2 Super Nintendo emulator gets a well deserved update) by SP193

Discussion in 'PS2 News' started by UniqueUserName, Sep 5, 2016.

By UniqueUserName on Sep 5, 2016 at 4:15 PM
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    We have been waiting for 8 years, 8 months, 4 weeks, and 1 day for this epic news.
    (For those keeping count thats 3,195 days, since SnesStation was last updated.)

    This developer deserves all the thanks that our community can muster, folks.
    I for one, wont be letting another day go by without testing it out myself.
    Download available at the original release thread, or right here.
    Now kick back and enjoy some of your old favorites...

    I know I will ;) -Thank You SP193 !!

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    SP193 has done it again ! Bringing to you SnesStation v0.2.4S

    • Super Nintendo / Super Famicom emulator for the PS2.
      Released Originally 09/05/2016

      Changelog for v0.2.4S UPDATE ( 09/06/2016 ):
      • Added an option to exit.
      • Added help text for the exit option.
      • Re-added the file filter for ROMs.
      Changelog for v0.2.4S ( 09/05/2016 ):
      • Updated to use the latest FILEXIO, IOMAN, USBD, USBHDFSD, HDD and PFS modules from the PS2SDK.
      • No dependency on libhdd.
      • No dependency on the obsolete usbmass library.
      • Updated CDVD IRX (overlay module by Hiryu) module
        • (no more freezing when there is no disc inserted).
      • Built-in support for USB mass storage devices and the HDD unit.
      • On-the-fly patching, so that it is easier to update the patch.
      • IOP Reset fix (missing synchronization).
      • No dependency on the mainboard-specific modules
        • (i.e. XSIO2MAN, LIBSD, for compatibility with all PlayStation 2 models).
      • Support for interlaced video modes.
      • Added option for controlling the interlace option.
      • Interlaced NTSC/PAL is used by default.

    • "With these changes, the emulator will probably stay relevant for a while longer."

      "The source code will be released later on, if there are no problems with it."

    • [​IMG] Super Mario World.png

    • SnesStation Development Team
      ( for SnesStation )

      Mega Man
      ( for the original patch )

      Hiryu and Sjeep
      ( for their CDVD library )

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