- Following up on the previous
updates, PlayStation 3 developer B1ackDaemon
shared an RPCS3 (PS3 Emulator) WIP video via YouTube which shows footage of commercial PS3 game Voodoo Chronicles: The First Sign running with details below.
To quote: "YouTube’s ‘B1ackDaemon’ has released a new video from RPCS3 – the most promising PS3 emulator that is currently under development – that shows in-game footage from Voodoo Chronicles: The First Sign.
And while there is no doubt that there is still a lot of work to be done, it’s really cool witnessing the baby steps of this emulator."
Finally, from the video's caption: Notes: tested on latest rpcs3 commit b98b3241e7 (GIT
). Have some graphics issues, like missing texts in dialogs. To run game on Rpcs3 you need to replace key.edat file with decrypted one.
PC configuration: Core i5-760 email@example.comGHz, 6Gb DDR3-1333, GeForce GTX 470, Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 x64.
: The PlayStation 3 emulator RPCS3 can now play over 20 commercial PS3 games, with an updated video and details below (via reddit.com/r/Games/comments/2msdbu/in_the_time_since_ps3_emulator_rpcs3_came_into/) as follows:
Supported PS3 Games:
Arkedo Series – 02 Swap!
Arkedo Series – 03 Pixel!
Crash Commando (1) (2)
Cross Channel: For All People
Disgaea 3: Absence of Justice (US and EU) (Intro)
Harem Tengoku da to Omottara Yandere Jigoku Datta
Puzzle Quest: Challenge of the Warlords
Raiden IV: Overkill
Retro City Rampage
Sacred Citadel (1) (2)
Sonic CD (US and EU)
Street Fighter III: Third Strike Online Edition (1) (2)
The Awakened Fate: Ultimatum
The Guided Fate Paradox (Intro)
Voodoo Chronicles: The First Sign
: To run games on RPCS3 you need to replace key.edat file with a decrypted one.
: Finally, from PlayStation 3 developer AlexAltea
) comes Nucleus - A W.I.P. PS3 emulator with details below, as follows:
Nucleus, a one-man-army PS3 emulator
So, in case you haven't seen checked out this emulator, it is currently being developed by my friend AlexAltea. You can check its original github link here: github.com/AlexAltea/nucleus
The novelty of this is that it's being developed by one person ONLY, however that person could already run several tests on it flawlessly.
Probably in a space of 2-3 weeks you'll see the first RSX sample being run on it, because Alex would be finishing developing a backend for it (something in OpenGL/DirectX).