PSX-P Beta 3 Caught on Tape

PSX-P has gained notoriety due to pop song lyrics, equally notorious French-English translations and it’s developer Yoshihiro, who have been subjected to everybody’s opinion on his work and history.

Last time, we were shown pictures of Ridge Racer running on a PSP, which was greeted with a lot of skepticism and disbelief aside from the few optimists that have expressed their support by multiple postings of “RIIIIIIIDGE RACER!!” and all its possible exponential, in the prospect of getting to play PSOne games in the near future. Needless to say, PSP-X received mixed reviews.

This video shows a pristine white PSP with the familiar PlayStation 1 logo gracing its screen, will hopefully make believers out of skeptics. To be perfectly honest, the photographs strikes me as more of a proof of the emulators existence rather than a showcase of progress. But, then again that’s just me. We leave the opinions to you, dear readers and your rendezvous with the comments section.

And do not fear. This is not in French.

Via Yoshihirox

PSX-P has gained notoriety due to pop song lyrics, equally notorious French-English translations and it’s developer Yoshihiro, who have been subjected to everybody’s opinion on his work and history.

Last time, we were shown pictures of Ridge Racer running on a PSP, which was greeted with a lot of skepticism and disbelief aside from the few optimists that have expressed their support by multiple postings of “RIIIIIIIDGE RACER!!” and all its possible exponential, in the prospect of getting to play PSOne games in the near future. Needless to say, PSP-X received mixed reviews.

This video shows a pristine white PSP with the familiar PlayStation 1 logo gracing its screen, will hopefully make believers out of skeptics. To be perfectly honest, the photographs strikes me as more of a proof of the emulators existence rather than a showcase of progress. But, then again that’s just me. We leave the opinions to you, dear readers and your rendezvous with the comments section.

And do not fear. This is not in French.

Via Yoshihirox

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