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New PS Plus Makes Emulation Sound Even Better

Emulation has come so far that simply popping in a classic PlayStation disc and using an appropriate emulator can have transformative results. Classic PlayStation games can run in 4K and up to 60 FPS, and players don’t even have to shell out for an NVIDIA 3090 GTX to make it happen. Save states exist in nearly every form of emulation already, usually with ten or more slots per title compared to the single slot offering for these original Sony titles. Emulators can remap controls on the fly, and modern controllers make the prospect more appealing. As for the PS Classic trophy support that some classics will get, many emulators already integrate custom-developed trophy lists for those with a completionist itch to scratch.

Many titles will likely never even make their way to the service for one reason, so it doesn’t seem easy to tell who PlayStation is targeting with the ten-game lineup at launch. Tie in the fact that the buy-in price for PS Plus vs. Xbox Game Pass is high with PS Plus Premium at $119.99 a year for now, and it’s an incredibly tough sell for anyone looking to tap back into the wellspring of Sony classics. The lack of communication makes this part of the service all the more confusing, as it seems there is no clear strategy involving the classics – just wading in the shallow end of the pool before taking the plunge. For now, at least, PlayStation Plus’ Premium service is lightyears behind what emulation teams have been doing for years; only time will tell if they can catch back up.

Source: TechCrunch


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New PS Plus Makes Emulation Sound Even Better

Emulation has come so far that simply popping in a classic PlayStation disc and using an appropriate emulator can have transformative results. Classic PlayStation games can run in 4K and up to 60 FPS, and players don’t even have to shell out for an NVIDIA 3090 GTX to make it happen. Save states exist in nearly every form of emulation already, usually with ten or more slots per title compared to the single slot offering for these original Sony titles. Emulators can remap controls on the fly, and modern controllers make the prospect more appealing. As for the PS Classic trophy support that some classics will get, many emulators already integrate custom-developed trophy lists for those with a completionist itch to scratch.

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Many titles will likely never even make their way to the service for one reason, so it doesn’t seem easy to tell who PlayStation is targeting with the ten-game lineup at launch. Tie in the fact that the buy-in price for PS Plus vs. Xbox Game Pass is high with PS Plus Premium at $119.99 a year for now, and it’s an incredibly tough sell for anyone looking to tap back into the wellspring of Sony classics. The lack of communication makes this part of the service all the more confusing, as it seems there is no clear strategy involving the classics – just wading in the shallow end of the pool before taking the plunge. For now, at least, PlayStation Plus’ Premium service is lightyears behind what emulation teams have been doing for years; only time will tell if they can catch back up.

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Source: TechCrunch

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New PS Plus Makes Emulation Sound Even Better

Emulation has come so far that simply popping in a classic PlayStation disc and using an appropriate emulator can have transformative results. Classic PlayStation games can run in 4K and up to 60 FPS, and players don’t even have to shell out for an NVIDIA 3090 GTX to make it happen. Save states exist in nearly every form of emulation already, usually with ten or more slots per title compared to the single slot offering for these original Sony titles. Emulators can remap controls on the fly, and modern controllers make the prospect more appealing. As for the PS Classic trophy support that some classics will get, many emulators already integrate custom-developed trophy lists for those with a completionist itch to scratch.

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Many titles will likely never even make their way to the service for one reason, so it doesn’t seem easy to tell who PlayStation is targeting with the ten-game lineup at launch. Tie in the fact that the buy-in price for PS Plus vs. Xbox Game Pass is high with PS Plus Premium at $119.99 a year for now, and it’s an incredibly tough sell for anyone looking to tap back into the wellspring of Sony classics. The lack of communication makes this part of the service all the more confusing, as it seems there is no clear strategy involving the classics – just wading in the shallow end of the pool before taking the plunge. For now, at least, PlayStation Plus’ Premium service is lightyears behind what emulation teams have been doing for years; only time will tell if they can catch back up.

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Source: TechCrunch

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#Emulation #Sound


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