Steam Deck console successfully runs PS Vita emulator

time:2022-09-27 05:41:01 source:scripttoolbox.com author:Loudspeaker box
Steam Deck console successfully runs PS Vita emulator

IT House September 12 news, PlayStation Vita is a handheld game console launched by Sony Computer Entertainment (SCEI) in 2011, referred to as PSV, and then launched PSV-2000 in 2013, and stopped the first-party game development plan in 2015. , announced the official discontinuation in 2019. While the PS Vita may seem outdated, the handheld console that represents many people's childhoods still has its charms, such as elegant design and versatile gameplay. YouTuber @ETA Prime brings a tutorial on how to play PSV games on the Steam Deck platform. In short, Steam Deck can run the PSV emulator "Vita 3K", so the capacity of the running game library has been greatly expanded. Additionally, PSV supports Netflix streaming, a potential use for PSV emulators on Steam Deck consoles. The Vita 3K is an emulator that supports Windows and Linux systems, it is still in the early stages of development and does not yet support all PSV games. Still, as "the world's first functional PlayStation Vita emulator," it's doing pretty well, and there will be more and more emulation games to play. ETA Prime stated that there may be a problem with the AMD GPU that Steam Deck uses when running PS Vita software, as he mentioned that many PS Vita emulations run better on Intel-equipped Windows computers that he also tried.

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