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If you often play emulator based video games on computer, then you must find a problem: many games (ROM) couldn’t be recognized any more in the wake of version update of its emulator; or there are several versions for only one game to adapt to different versions of its emulator. In this case, we often feel overwhelmed about those more and more collected game ROMs: just delete them, a little loath to give up; just leave them there, that is to keep a pile of repeated and large junk files on computer.
The success of N on Windows as just a small flash game has given rise to its sequel N+ on Nintendo DS platform and N++ on Sony PlayStaion 4. This post is about the second work in this series of games developed by Metanet Software independent game company from Canada – N+ (AKA: N Plus).
Since Nintendo entering the N64 platform, the orthodox Super Mario series games had stepped into its 3D era, the graphics and gameplay were all converted to the stereoscopic 3D from the previous plane 2D.
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PSX2PSP (ANA: POPSTATION GUI) is actually a GUI-frontend for Dark_AleX’s popstation, known as a classic utility designed for converting and compressing PSX game ROM file formats into PSP compatible format.