N64 on PSP can be a tough task to accomplish, but the development team behind DaedalusX64 keeps on rolling with a brand new build.
Playing N64 on PSP has always been a bit of a pipe dream, but no project has come closer to claiming that reality than DaedalusX64. With the right settings and processor speed, there's the chance you will get some games running decently, but it's still very much a work in progress. This current revision makes alterations on a ROM-by-ROM basis, but you can check them all out by viewing the ongoing log
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