Minggu, 06 Maret 2011


PCSX is a free console emulator which allows software and peripherals designed to be used with the PlayStation to be used with personal computers. It is currently available for a number of different operating systems including Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, Xbox, the Dreamcast and various Linux distributions. Released under the GNU General Public License, PCSX is free software.



[edit] History

The emulator was first released for the PC on August 31, 2000. Official development ceased on September 17, 2003[1] and development shifted to the new PlayStation 2 emulator, PCSX2[2].
PCSX-df[3] was created in 2006 and adds new features, a cleaner interface and corrects some bugs, but is developed mainly with only Linux compatibility in mind. Version 1.10 was released on March 29, 2009.
PCSX-Reloaded[4] is a new project created in mid-2009, which is based on the work of the PCSX-df branch, completely independent, and works on bug fixes while maintaining Windows and Mac OS X compatibility alongside Linux.

[edit] Features

PCSX features support for network play and for external plugins as used by ePSXe. Additionally PCSX seeks to simulate the functionality of the PlayStation BIOS and consequently does not require a BIOS file dump to operate, making easier to emulate legally.

[edit] Ports

[edit] Compatibility

PCSX has a typically high compatibility rate, comparable to that of ePSXe[citation needed]. If a game doesn't work or has issues, the consensus is usually "fix it yourself" due to PCSX being discontinued, but open-source[citation needed].

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