This is the list of the Nintendo 64 games that are compatible with the N64 Emulator on the PSP. Disable Dynamic Loop opt and DD, works near fullspeed even with audio enabled(Async) The intro is wonderful and it runs at full speed, but the game goes slower showing many graphical problems and signs of shaking. 23 Apr NES/SNES: Most games run full speed, with some configuring in the emulation settings. Faster than % is hard, especially for the SNES. - PSX: No faster speed available, full speed is. - N No faster speed available, full speed only for some games. Still under development. - GENESIS: Full speed is. 2 Apr YokimaSun writes "Homebrew coders push the boundaries on the PSP again, StrmnNrmn has released a new version of his Nintendo 64 emulator for the PSP that has been confirmed to play Mario 64 at Full Speed on Sony's Handheld. A full Compatibility listing is available with games such as Starfox
Contrary to that, I believe that Daedalus is an amazing emulator, PSP is not a hardware candidate to emulate N64's complex hardware, it's already a miracle that it can run some games at fullspeed even without being accurate. Android emulators are hard to be made efficient. There is so much fragmentation. I didn't get the full experience that way although I did have fun. Many games are definitely completable. There's a suprisingly thorough compatibility list here, F- Zero on time trial runs full speed with sound! Also the emulator automatically optimizes itself for most of the popular N64 games so you don't have to. 3 Apr Homebrew coders push the boundaries on the PSP again, StrmnNrmn has released a new version of his Nintendo 64 emulator for the PSP that has been confirmed to play Mario 64 at full speed on Sony's handheld. A full Compatibility listing is available with games such as Starfox64 playble too.? Its full.
Looks good for a first release, seems to be rendering at PSP res, so higher than native N64, just like emus on PC: I'll try it tonight and report It's not really good if "Mario currently only runs at around % of full speed". There are few n64 that are still worth playing and even those aren't fun if they don't.