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We do not condone piracy of any kind. Asking for, providing or discussing illegal download links is not allowed in our communities.Purchasing legitimate game copies, through the PlayStation Store or through acquiring game discs, and using those copies with RPCS3 is the best way to ensure you will have a clean copy that will work with the emulator. You can use your legal copies with RPCS3 by following the instructions in our Quickstart guide.

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These are the current compatible games that have been tested with the emulator. This list is subject to change frequently.Be sure to check this page often to follow the latest updates.Clicking on a game's ID will redirect you to the respective forum thread, clicking the title will redirect you to the respective wiki page.Online-only games and applications on Intro, Loadable and Nothing statuses are listed with a network online-only icon and not part of any game count.

Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed (ソニック&オールスターレーシング トランスフォームド Sonikku ando Ōru-Sutāzu Rēshingu Toransufōmudo) is a 2012 kart racing video game developed by Sumo Digital and published by Sega. It is the sequel to Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing and the fourth installment of the Sega All-Stars series. It was released for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and Wii U in November 2012, for PlayStation Vita in December 2012, for Microsoft Windows in January 2013, for Nintendo 3DS in February 2013, and for iOS and Android in January 2014. The PS3 and Wii U versions of the game were released in Japan on May 15, 2014.

These emulators, and there are many, allow you to play some of your favorite games from the past on a current PC by emulating the older consoles and running the software as if you were using that console. The process can vary greatly, and is too much to cover in this article, but know that if this is of interest to you, there is an incredible amount of information and tutorials online.

With the release of the PS5 and Xbox Series X, we are now two console generations away from the last NCAA Football game, and the emergence of emulators is what brings me back to the original point of NCAA Football 14. Spoilers, I had already been playing a modified NCAA Football 14 for quite some time. I had not only found a way to enjoy NCAA Football 14 again with the RPCS3 emulator, but could apply current rosters and even play at a 4K resolution.

After the release of NBA Live 10, EA attempted to retool the series under a new name with NBA Elite 11. However, the game was met with bad publicity and development problems before release and was cancelled (though a playable demo was released for download, and several copies of the full release found their way to customers). In November 2010, development of the franchise was moved from EA Canada studio to Florida-based Tiburon studio. It was eventually announced that the series' next installment would be released in Fall 2012 and would return to the NBA Live name as NBA Live 13,[1] but it would later be announced, on September 27, 2012, that they would cancel the release.[2] It wasn't until the fall of 2013, that the next game, NBA Live 14, would be released. Prior to its release, EA Sports had sold 33.54 million copies of the video game series since NBA Live 95, just falling short of its main competitor, NBA 2K's 37.24 million copies sold since its inception in 1999.[3]

The grapple-heavy gameplay could also lead into a variety of different moves, a precursor of wrestling games to come. THQ released a remake of the game with a modern WWE roster on the iPhone in 2012. Console versions were planned, but sadly these were scrapped when the company filed for bankruptcy.

PlayStation All-Stars Battle RoyaleNTSC-U/CPALNTSC-JDeveloper(s)SuperBot EntertainmentSCE Santa Monica StudioBluepoint Games (PS Vita)Publisher(s)Sony Computer EntertainmentDesigner(s)Omar KendallSeth KillianRelease dateNovember 20th, 2012 (NA)January 31st, 2013 (JPN)

PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale (プレイステーション オールスターバトルロイヤル), is a crossover platform fighting game released for the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita. It was developed at SuperBot Entertainment along with SCE Santa Monica Studios and was published by Sony Computer Entertainment.[2][3] It was released on November 20, 2012 in North America, November 21, 2012 in Europe, November 22, 2012 in Australia, November 23, 2012 in the United Kingdom, and January 31, 2013 in Japan.

Originally, prior to its announcement, there were rumors of a PlayStation crossover game under the name of Title Fight. These rumors were supplied by leaked images of Sweet Tooth from Twisted Metal and Kratos from God of War.[4] Soon a survey, leaked by PlayStation Lifestyle, provided the official name PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale. The game was officially revealed on Game Trailers TV on April 26, 2012 and was developed by SuperBot Entertainment.[5]

RPCS3 is an open-source emulator capable of running PS3 games on PC, Mac and Linux. The project was initially started in early 2011 by a small team of dedicated programmers led by DH and Hykem. The emulator was first able to successfully boot and run simple homebrew projects and was then later publicly released in June of 2012.

Yes. RPCS3 is one extremely demanding emulator that will require a powerful PC to perform decently. Of course, even if you have the best hardware out there, you may face some slight frame drops when emulating heavily demanding titles like God of War III, Uncharted and The Last of Us. However, since RPCS3 is always up to date, these hurdles will slowly evaporate.

Every emulator out there grants you the ability to upscale and improve the image resolution. With RPCS3 you can make your games look better than the real thing. All you have to do is enable the AMD FidelityFX Super Resolution (FSR) option on RPCS3, increase the resolution and tinker with the Anti-Aliasing settings located in the GPU tab.

The early versions received mixed reviews because of their high prices ($499 for a 20 GB model and $599 for a 60 GB model) and complex CPU architecture. However, the reviews got more positive with time as the company released Slim and Super Slim models.All in all, PlayStation 3 was a huge success for Sony. They managed to sell more than 87 million units.The titles released for PS3 like Blast Factor, NFS Carbon, Marvel Ultimate Alliance, and Genji: Days of the Blade, revolutionized the way developers create games for consoles. Some of these titles are still available on the PS3, but since Sony stopped offering backward compatibility with PS4 consoles, the only way to enjoy these games is to use emulators.

Below, we have listed some of the best PS3 emulators that give you access to a rich library of games and allow you to relive your childhood memories.Note: The list is short because there are not many options available in the market. Currently, these are the only working, reliable emulators to play PS3 games. 6. Short WavesPlatform: Windows

Platform: WindowsPlayStation Now is an official emulator developed by Sony Interactive Entertainment. It offers subscription services for playing PS2, PS3, and PS4 games on consoles as well as PC.

Written in C++ programming language, ESX emulator utilizes a decompiled PS3 XMB kernel to archive native emulation of PlayStation 3 games. It smoothly runs most of the PS3 titles on both 32-bit and 64-bit Windows PCs.However, if you experience frequent frame drops and glitches, you can reduce graphics for better performance. The emulator currently supports three resolutions: 1336768, 19201080, and 25601600.System Requirements

ESX is completely free to download. Installing and playing games is fairly easy: just open the .exe file and follow the onscreen instructions. Once the software is installed, double-click the emulator icon to get started.Its intuitive graphics allows you to configure settings like audio, video, and controls according to your computer hardware. It shows a controller, so you get a better visualization of how you are mapping your keys.Then, go to File, select your PS3 game ISO, and the emulator will start your game. If it shows any error, change the graphics configuration and try again.

Platform: Windows Mac Linux FreeBSDRPCS3 is an open-source video game console emulator that allows you to play and debug PlayStation 3 games and software on a computer. Written in C++ language, it targets x86-64 processors and features Vulkan and OpenGL as its backend renderers.

System Requirements 4-core Intel or 6-core AMD processor64-bit Windows 7 or newer / macOS Big Sur 11.6 or laterAt least 4 GB of RAMGPU should support OpenGL 4.3 or greaterIn addition to keyboard and mouse inputs, the emulator currently supports DualShock 4, DualShock 3, and DualSense controllers. Developers have plans to add more input devices in the near future.Moreover, RPCS3 supports up to seven concurrent controllers at any moment, just like the original PlayStation 3 hardware. These controllers could be keyboards, compatible gamepads, or a combination of both.

Unfortunately, no. The emulators developed for PS3 so far work on only desktops and laptops. This is because emulators require more computing and graphics resources to emulate these games effectively. Current mobile processors and software are not suitable for handling PlayStation 3 games.Why are there so few PS3 emulators?Playstation 3 console had a different CPU architecture: its CELL microprocessor had some very unique capabilities. In order to run games and perform calculations, developers o


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