- Speed improvement for all render mode
(all render modes use now the GU)
- Automatic start when a new disk is loaded
- Bug fix in the keyboard settings menu
(d-pad can be used to move up or down in the key menu, even if the virtual keyboard is displayed)
- Analog pad can be used to scroll faster in the file menu requester
310w ago - Got an iPhone? Not fully satiated by its wealth of features and functions? Miss losing yourself in classic PlayStation games from years gone by? Wish you could combine the two for accessible mobile gaming? Well, the creative folks at ZodTTD might have just the thing you're longing for.
Not convinced? Want to see the emulator running in real-time? Below is a YouTube video showing psx4iphone in action:
Specifically, only a few days after officially announcing its PlayStation/iPhone emulation project, ZodTDD has whipped the covers off its PSX4iPhone application, which will allow iPhone users to take PSOne titles with them wherever they go.
Off course, Sony's official hardware offshoot for mobile gaming exists in the form of the sexy PlayStation Portable - and what a super piece of kit it is too. However, the PSP is not the smallest piece of tech on the market and it doesn't provide a solid platform for original PlayStation titles, especially as its increased power generally sees it dipping into the PlayStation 2 catalogue. Plus, when physically carried alongside the iPhone, well... there's no contest in terms of current tech...
310w ago - Play.com have got their web pigeons flying at double quick speed, most likely because they are fed on the fruit off grape vines. First Haze is given a January release date, and now Play TV is priced and dated for Europe.
The Official Playstation Magazine placed Play TV at a guesstimate price of £70 and a loose release date of between January and April 2008. Play.com have solidified the price to 154.99 Euro's and provided its shoppers with a release date of 28th March next year.
Whether this is a typical retailers approximation designed to generate pre-orders, or an unofficial confirmation from Sony to Play.com is anyone's guess. But it sounds about right.