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XEBRA – Focus on accurate emulation of the PSX hardware

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XEBRA is a little-known but excellent free PlayStation emulator for Windows and Android platforms, developed by Dr.Hell from Japan. It strictly focuses on the accuracy of PlayStation emulation, does not use any plugins, and only outputs in native video resolution. At the same time, it is also one of the very few PSX emulators that is compatible with PocketStation.

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