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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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DuckStation – New best PlayStation 1 emulator for PC and Android

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DuckStation is a free and open-source Sony PlayStation (PS/PS1/PSX/PSone/ PS One) game console emulator for Windows, Linux and Android platforms, developed primarily by Connor McLaughlin (stenzek) from Australia – who is also one of the more active developers of Dolphin (Nintendo’s NGC/Wii emulator) in recent years. It can be regarded as the best successor to ePSXe. That is, ePSXe is no longer the #1 PS emulator, it is now.

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pSX – Comes with better compatibility to PSone games than ePSXe

I myself have had a kind of nostalgia to PlayStation 1 from beginning to end, so I could not fall in love with any other new generations of video game consoles following it, such as PSP, PS2, PS3, PS4… As a result, even on a computer once I found a new PSX game emulator, I will give it a try. And at the same time, a simple comparison (mainly from the games compatibility and program usability aspects) with the well-known ePSXe will be made.

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