*UPDATE* Full proof: 3.02 OE-A and PSone Emulation

In the homebrew community, the mention of certain few developers’ names can cause such a ruckus that can be heard all the way out in the deep, dark Mines of Moria (gee, talk about exaggeration). One of those names that cause people to run amok like headless chickens is Dark_AleX. Especially with his recent game-breaking homerun of a release of the 3.02 OE-A Custom Firmware, people can’t help but gush with PSone emulation glee.

Take for example Fisher6. He sent us an email about posting some proof of the PSone emulation via OE-A. He takes it for a spin and plays Hot Shots Golf 2 in this video:

(video removed)

The strange thing about this, though, is that it doesn’t show any footage of the game actually being played. We’re just shown the menu and loading screens. Where’s the actual game? In any case, for the skeptic people doubting the OE-A’s power of running PSone emulation, at least here’s the proof – well, half-proof, at the very least.


UPDATE: All thanks to one of our commenters who prefers to go by the name of “er”, we now have a new video to show you guys which bears the full proof (as compared to the earlier half-proof) that the emulator works. Enjoy!

In the homebrew community, the mention of certain few developers’ names can cause such a ruckus that can be heard all the way out in the deep, dark Mines of Moria (gee, talk about exaggeration). One of those names that cause people to run amok like headless chickens is Dark_AleX. Especially with his recent game-breaking homerun of a release of the 3.02 OE-A Custom Firmware, people can’t help but gush with PSone emulation glee.

Take for example Fisher6. He sent us an email about posting some proof of the PSone emulation via OE-A. He takes it for a spin and plays Hot Shots Golf 2 in this video:

(video removed)

The strange thing about this, though, is that it doesn’t show any footage of the game actually being played. We’re just shown the menu and loading screens. Where’s the actual game? In any case, for the skeptic people doubting the OE-A’s power of running PSone emulation, at least here’s the proof – well, half-proof, at the very least.


UPDATE: All thanks to one of our commenters who prefers to go by the name of “er”, we now have a new video to show you guys which bears the full proof (as compared to the earlier half-proof) that the emulator works. Enjoy!

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