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PSPHUGO: PC Engine Emulator for PSP v1.0.2 Update Released!

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318w ago - Zx-81 has recently updated his PC-Engine/Turbografx-16 emulator dubbed PSPHUGO.

For those who weren't aware, Hu-Go is a famous emulator of the NEC PC-Engine console, running on many system such as Linux and Windows. PSPHugo is a port on PSP of one latest versions of Hu-Go.

Download: PSPHUGO v1.0.2 for PSP CFW 4.X / PSPHUGO v1.0.2 for PSP FW 1.5

Changelog v1.02:
- Rewrite sound engine using part of code from Hugo-Wii port version, it is
now much closer to real PC Engine sound.
- Fix sprites display glitches in Gunhead and several other games
- Fix save state issue in all games (it was a miracle if that worked)
- Improve global emulation speed (fullspeed in many games at 266Mhz !)
- Add a new overclock option resulting in a faster emulation speed
(but if you encounter any graphical glitches then you may have to set
overclock to 0 and increase PSP clock speed instead)
- Improve file requester with virtual keyboard to choose sequentially
rom files beginning with a given letter
- Volume booster
- Bug fix in the keyboard menu (joystick keys)
- Add documentation...
 

Capcom Releases Lineup for TGS 2008

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318w ago - A playable version of Resident Evil 5 (PS3, Xbox 360) will be one of the highlights at the Capcom booth during this year's Tokyo Game Show (TGS).

This new version will reportedly feature new controls. Here are the other Capcom titles that are slated to be present at the event:

* Bionic Commando (PS3,Xbox 360)
* Street Fighter IV (PS3, Xbox 360)
* Monster Hunter 3 (Wii)
* Tatsunoko Vs. Capcom (Wii)
* Dead Rising: Chop Til You Drop (Wii)
* Fate Unlimited Codes (PS2)
* Mega Man Star Force 3 (NDS)
* Gyakuten Kenji (NDS)
* Devil Kings : Battle Heroes (PSP)

This year's Tokyo Game Show will kick off on October 9 and will last until October 12.
 

AMD: We Turn Bad PCs into Super PCs!

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318w ago - The first bit of "Fusion" that AMD is releasing today is an in-house designed software utility that was described to us as being able to "turn a mainstream PC into a lean, mean gaming machine."

Essentially, this Fusion Gaming tool is a utility that automates many of the tweaks that hardcore enthusiasts carry out in order to free up system resources for the purpose of maximizing gaming performance. The utility works by temporarily disabling background services and processes, freeing up memory and CPU cycles in an effort to make games run more smoothly.

AMD demonstrated the application to us clicking the gigantic "Fusion" button on a Windows Vista desktop, which immediately shut down usually active applications such as Skype, Google Talk, as well as many other background services. The utility will not, however, override any applications that have a shutdown or save dialog, meaning that clicking the button will still allow Microsoft Word to prompt if you wish to save before closing.

This utility would be of great use to those who use shared computers, whose family members may have installed many unwanted, useless programs that clog up the system. Those with prebuilt machines with preloaded bloatware may also find that the Fusion button does wonders to free up system resources. AMD told...
 

Capcom: Don't worry about the Shareholder Report Comments

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319w ago - This past Thursday, Capcom released a shareholder report. One of the more troubling entities which was identified revolved around mutliplatform and exclusive titles.

"All major titles launched during the next fiscal year or thereafter will be developed as multi-platform games," read the report. However, Capcom is now attempting to partially mitigate the damage that the financial report has caused.

"Relax. I think the materials pretty much speak for themselves and we're continuing to support all consoles with appropriate content," said Capcom's Christian Svnesson.

"It just means things that in the past would have been timed exclusives to a single platform will no longer be exclusive to a single platform. It's just better business decisions at play. I don't think fans have anything to worry about. That said, I know nothing I say will keep people from freaking out, screaming 'the sky is falling, OMG!' So feel free to carry on assuming the worst. I suspect you'll be pleasantly surprised if you do so."
 

PSPHugo: PC Engine Emulator for PSP v1.0.1 released!

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319w ago - Zx-81 has released PSPHugo today, a PC Engine emulator port for PSP based off the latest version of Hu-Go. For those who don't know, Hu-Go is a famous emulator of NEC PC Engine console, running on many systems including Linux and Windows.

According to the author, it's a first release, work still remains to improve the speed and to fix graphical glitches on games such as gunhead.

Download: PSPHugo v1.0.1 for CFW 4.X / PSPHugo v1.0.1 for FW 1.5

From the included ReadMe file: Unzip the zip file, and copy the contents of the directory fw4x or fw15 (depending of the version of your firmware) on the psp/game, psp/game150, or psp/game4XX if you use custom firmware 4.01-M33.

In the PC-Engine emulator window, there are three different mapping (standard, left trigger, and right Trigger mappings). You can toggle between while playing inside the emulator using the two PSP trigger keys.

You can also use IR keyboard. Edit the pspirkeyb.ini file to specify your IR keyboard model, and modify eventually layout keyboard files in the keymap directory.

If you want to load rom image in your emulator, you have to...
 
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