One of the major advantages of owning an Android handset is having the ability to download a good range of console emulators. The Nexus 7 is an absolute powerhouse, being able to flex its Tegra 3 quad core CPU and 12 core GPU at any emulator you throw at it. So how does it deal with FPse, one of Google Play’s most popular and respected emulators?
The first thing you’ll ask yourself is how will FPse display on my Nexus 7 tablet? Will I get a compressed display (as if you’re playing on a mobile) or will it actually adapt to my tablets resolution? The good news, is that it WILL adapt to your tablets display and it won’t pixelate like some other emulators do. A lot of work has gone into keeping FPse up-to-date with the current gaming market and the 3 recent updates prove this (as of 12th September 2012).
What makes the Nexus 7 the ultimate portable games system, is its pure power combined with its portability. If you could get such emulators on an ipad, imagine trying to hold the thing like a hand-held…you’d need a full-body massage after 30mins! Even with its 7″ screen and Tegra 3 muscle, the Nexus 7 is still easily held in the hands, giving great access to touch pad controls. Of course, you can also link it up to 360 and PS3 controllers for extra gaming comfort.
Lets get to the games. This article will become a FPse Nexus 7 list for fully playable PSone games. Being as the Nexus 7 is a very powerful system, we only want to list games that play very close to (or exactly) how they would on a PSone. Minor sound issues (if in certain points of the game) or minor audio slow down (noticeable if you pay attention but doesn’t really spoil the music or game FX) is an exception.
Nexus 7 FPse PSone Games List
Final Fantasy VII
Legend of Dragoon
Persona 2: Eternal Punishment
We’ll keep updating this Nexus 7 FPse games list, so bookmark this page and keep checking back. If you know of any other games that should be on this list (providing they meet the conditions above) let us know via the comments section and we’ll test and add them to our list.
Really need to know how to back-up and utilize saves from FPSE on mobile handsets
I could really use some help please. I had an HTC Desire (don’t laugh) and was really enjoying Persona 2 on my FPse emulator. I then decided to by a Google Nexus 7 for better emulation and pad link-up.
The issue is that I’m not sure how to transfer my Persona 2 saves from my HTC Desire version of FPse to my new Nexus 7 version of FPse. Could anyone help me please?
Thanks for reading and I look forward to your help.