PPSSPP is a PSP (PlayStation Portable) emulator capable of playing the majority of the games made for Sony’s first portable console right on your favorite Android device.
The first thing you’ll notice when you run PPSSPP (developed by one of theauthors of Dolphin, the most powerful Gamecube and Wii emulator out there) for the first time is the large amount of configuration options it has. You can activate Vsync, anisotropic filtering and texture scaling, among others.
Controlling games through PPSSPP is much easier than it may seem at first. Smartphones with small screens may give you some trouble, but if you upgrade to a bigger screen, like a tablet, you’ll find that you can master the controls no problem.
The list of games compatible with PPSSPP is also impressive: Disgaea, Patapon, Soul Calibur, Little Big Planet, Final Fantasy VII: Crisis Core, Monster Hunter Freedom Unite, and GTA: Vice City Stories are just a few of the titles and series that you can play on your Android, thanks to this emulator.
PPSSPP is an excellent way to enjoy a good part of the PSP catalog from your Android phone. Best of all, not only can you comfortably play all of the games mentioned in the previous paragraph, but you’ll be able play them with better graphic quality than their original versions.