A difference of opinion on NO$PSX....

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A difference of opinion on NO$PSX....

Post by Vergil » October 22nd, 2023, 12:21 pm

I love these forums, and emulators...but I hate to be the one who brings up this, on THIS PARTICULAR emulator forum. But
in my opinion, NO$PSX sucks :shrug . I feel like it's too buggy of an emulator for simple PS1 titles and ISOs. I'd go so far as to say that BLEEM! is a better emulator than NO$PSX. My favorite emulator, that has not failed me.....is none other than ePSXe. I mean, it doesn't have an area where you can steal textures, but, it's been my favorite for a while. And surprisingly its better than the somewhat goofy emulation of the PSX Classic.

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Post by Administrator » October 23rd, 2023, 1:28 am

Uhm, BLEEM! was last updated 22 years ago and lacks a lot of the correct PSX core emulation. It is not a better emulator than NO$PSX.
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Post by unops1archive » December 2nd, 2023, 9:57 am

I have literally just joined, mostly to say thankyou for NO$PSX Emulator. No it isnt perfect and mostly I use DuckStation (without enhancements!) but I find it useful, and HOPEFULLY will be finding it even more useful in the future.
Thanks again.

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