This is a straightforward, ten-step guide to turning your Android into a Playstation. I'll save all the tech-speak for after the instructions.
CLICK TO TWEET: Turn your Android into a PSX
- EPSXE (This is your actual Playstation) (This will cost about four dollars and is very worth it.)
- Any Emulator Bios
- ES File Explorer
- Download Manager
4). Navigate to "Home Directory" and change the Home Directory to "/".
|My ROMS directory as it appears in ES Explorer.|
|Once successfully downloaded, games should appear like this.|
- There are plenty of other emulators beyond ePSXe, but this is the one I've found the most success with. It's run every game I've thrown at it with minimal issue, plus there are cheats. If you want to try others, I recommend FPse but only as a backup to ePSXe, and Retroarch.
- I strongly recommend picking up a 64-Gig SD Micro SD card. They run between fifty to eighty dollars.
- If you want a complete experience, pick up the MOGA Pro Power Pad. This is arguably the best gaming pad available for the Android. I struggle a bit using the D-Pad for fighting games, but for RPG's and action games, it doesn't get any better than this.
- I recommend using a high-end device. I run the Samsung Galaxy Note II, which gets hot after about forty-five minutes of play time. The Note III and S4 do not overheat on long playing sessions. From one gamer to another, take breaks.
CLICK TO TWEET: Enjoy PSX Games On Your Android