PSXeven

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About PSXeven

  • Emulated Computer: PlayStation
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PSXeven is an emulator of the PlayStation video game console for x86-based PC hardware. It was written and self coded by author and developer, Xeven. PSXeven makes use of a plugin system to emulate GPU, SPU, and CD drive functions, similar to the model first introduced in PSEmu Pro. This approach is also taken in PCSX, PCSX2, and Project64. PSXeven is freeware. Development of PSXeven initiated at late 2001, with very few people aware of the project's existence. The first release was released on public NGemu.com servers at February 2002. The whole project was developed by Xeven and sourced from discontinued PSXemu source code. Xeven released the latest version of PSXeven as beta, but never got around to releasing the final compound of 0.19. PSXeven is often cited to be one of the best emulators of the PlayStation emulation scene, sharing spaces with ePSXe and PCSX. PSXeven was named after developer, Xeven. As with many modern emulators, PSXeven makes use of plugins to emulate GPU, SPU, and CD-ROM drive functions, a system first established in PSEmu Pro. PSXeven can read from CD with the right plugin, and run many types of CD images directly from the respective user's hardrive. With

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