Although the application currently has not been released, I did a little checking to see what might be on the horizon. Over at ZodTTD.com I found some rather exciting news.  Zod and his partner Yong, who brought us the GameBoid and Nesoid products, are stating they should have a release in the next couple weeks.

….psx4droid, a Sony Playstation emulator for high-end Android devices. It runs pretty nicely on the Nexus One, and looks great with the virtual keypad. Other touches are being added by my partner Yong, who does the GameBoid and Nesoid products on Android Marketplace.

It is being marketed for the higher end devices such as the N1, which makes sense since the mid-range and lower end devices sport a smaller processor. I was unable to locate any video or pictures of the software running. I can only pique your interest in the project.  With many channels, tweets and main page stating a few weeks I don’t doubt it. Keep an eye out on the market and of course here, and I’ll be sure to get you the news when it hits.

What other emulators do you have and how are they working for you? Let us know in the comments!

  • http://www.androidhackz.net Eliud

    I seriously can’t wait for this application to come out. Buying it at whatever price it releases.
    And First :)

  • http://www.androidhackz.net Eliud

    I seriously can’t wait for this application to come out. Buying it at whatever price it releases.
    And First :)

  • yoooo

    snesoid is awesome on the mytouch slide (or any keyboard android phone). Probably the biggest drawback on a no keyboard phone is having to use a virtual keypad for emulators.

  • yoooo

    snesoid is awesome on the mytouch slide (or any keyboard android phone). Probably the biggest drawback on a no keyboard phone is having to use a virtual keypad for emulators.

  • yoooo

    snesoid is awesome on the mytouch slide (or any keyboard android phone). Probably the biggest drawback on a no keyboard phone is having to use a virtual keypad for emulators.

  • RockTripod

    Its “pique your interests”, not “peak”. Peak is a noun.

  • RockTripod

    Its “pique your interests”, not “peak”. Peak is a noun.

  • RockTripod

    Its “pique your interests”, not “peak”. Peak is a noun.

  • rst_ack

    Peak is not just a noun. You are thinking of mountains, RockTripod, lol. You know what assuming does, right? (http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/peak)

    Who are you talking to anyway? 😛

  • rst_ack

    Peak is not just a noun. You are thinking of mountains, RockTripod, lol. You know what assuming does, right? (http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/peak)

    Who are you talking to anyway? 😛

  • rst_ack

    Peak is not just a noun. You are thinking of mountains, RockTripod, lol. You know what assuming does, right? (http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/peak)

    Who are you talking to anyway? 😛

  • RockTripod
  • RockTripod
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  • RockTripod

    And it was directed at the OP, who I see now corrected it. All hail RockTripod, grammar Nazi.

  • RockTripod

    And it was directed at the OP, who I see now corrected it. All hail RockTripod, grammar Nazi.

  • RockTripod

    And it was directed at the OP, who I see now corrected it. All hail RockTripod, grammar Nazi.

  • omararama

    It’s “it’s,” not “its.” Also, punctuation goes inside quotation marks.

  • omararama

    It’s “it’s,” not “its.” Also, punctuation goes inside quotation marks.

  • omararama

    It’s “it’s,” not “its.” Also, punctuation goes inside quotation marks.