- Following up on the previous
updates, PlayStation 3 developer B1ackDaemon
shared an RPCS3 (PS3 Emulator) WIP video via YouTube which shows footage of commercial PS3 game Voodoo Chronicles: The First Sign running with details below.
To quote: "YouTube’s ‘B1ackDaemon’ has released a new video from RPCS3 – the most promising PS3 emulator that is currently under development – that shows in-game footage from Voodoo Chronicles: The First Sign.
And while there is no doubt that there is still a lot of work to be done, it’s really cool witnessing the baby steps of this emulator."
Finally, from the video's caption: Notes: tested on latest rpcs3 commit b98b3241e7 ([Register or Login to view links]
). Have some graphics issues, like missing texts in dialogs. To run game on Rpcs3 you need to replace key.edat file with decrypted one.
PC configuration: Core i5-760 firstname.lastname@example.orgGHz, 6Gb DDR3-1333, GeForce GTX 470, Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 x64.
: The PlayStation 3 emulator RPCS3 can now play over 20 commercial PS3 games, with an updated video and details below (via reddit.com/r/Games/comments/2msdbu/in_the_time_since_ps3_emulator_rpcs3_came_into/) as follows:
Supported PS3 Games:
Arkedo Series – 02 Swap!
Arkedo Series – 03 Pixel!
Crash Commando (1) (2)
Cross Channel: For All People
Disgaea 3: Absence of Justice (US and EU) (Intro)
Harem Tengoku da to Omottara Yandere Jigoku Datta
Puzzle Quest: Challenge of the Warlords
Raiden IV: Overkill
Retro City Rampage
Sacred Citadel (1) (2)
Sonic CD (US and EU)
Street Fighter III: Third Strike Online Edition (1) (2)
The Awakened Fate: Ultimatum
The Guided Fate Paradox (Intro)
Voodoo Chronicles: The First Sign
: To run games on RPCS3 you need to replace key.edat file with a decrypted one.
: Finally, from PlayStation 3 developer AlexAltea
) comes Nucleus - A W.I.P. PS3 emulator with details below, as follows:
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Nucleus, a one-man-army PS3 emulator
So, in case you haven't seen checked out this emulator, it is currently being developed by my friend AlexAltea. You can check its original github link here: github.com/AlexAltea/nucleus
The novelty of this is that it's being developed by one person ONLY, however that person could already run several tests on it flawlessly.
Probably in a space of 2-3 weeks you'll see the first RSX sample being run on it, because Alex would be finishing developing a backend for it (something in OpenGL/DirectX).