The ePSXe is one of the best PlayStation 1 emulators on the market. In order for this kind of tool to be great, it should compatible with a number of games. In most cases, you will find a list of compatible titles on the official website but unfortunately that is not the case with this one. It is also relatively common for the emulator to be updated which has not been the case with this one (last updated in 2008). Nonetheless however, its discussion forums are alive and thriving with help that you may need.
With the ePSXe, those classic games should not just sit there and wait to be played on the console. You can now successfully play them on your PC using this software.
Once you have collected the essential files, you will find that setting up its configuration options. Unfortunately, the installation file that has to be downloaded from the official website does not come with all the files that are needed to run the emulator fully. However, with the How-to file that can be found inside its folder, this should not be a serious problem.
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Considering that the PlayStation hardware is older when compared to today’s PC, you should have no problems with running this program and enjoying your games. For example, some of the requirements for the running the application include 512mb of RAM, Pentium 4 or Athlon p and a CD-ROM drive with good access times.
> Download ePSXe here from its official website. Installation and set-up instructions added inside files directory.
You have to find the necessary BIOS files to use this tool. There are about three possible versions out there; there is the SCPH1001 for the American/ NTSC version of the console, the SCPH7502 for the European/ PAL version and a possible Japanese BIOS file as well. The good news is that you will be told exactly which files to look for. These are just a few workable downsides to the emulator. All in all though, the ePSXe is one of the best ones on the market owing to its compatibility to a number of games. It is particularly great for gamers who can’t be bothered to play their classic PS One titles on their old consoles but would rather enjoy playing them on their computers.