by August 2, 2008 @ 12:23 pm
Drk||Raziel, developer of Dreamcast emulator NullDC, has issued a clarification statement in regards to the recently unveiled PSP port.
First off, he notes that due to RAM constraints, the PSP port of NullDC will be compatible with Slim units, which house 64MB RAM compared to 32MB on the previous hardware revision. Furthermore, the author explicitly mentions that he is not making any promises concerning the speed of the emulator, only that he will attempt to get it running as fast as possible.
Certainly, we’re excited over the prospect of Dreamcast emulation on PSP, but as with the PSP version of StrmnNrmn’s N64 emulator Daedalus, don’t expect games to run at a playable speed any time soon. In the meantime, we’ll wait patiently for Drk||Raziel’s efforts.
Clarifications about nullDC/PSP [EMUDev]
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