Tuesday 21 February 2023

DuckStation : Sony PlayStation 1 console emulator for windows and Android

DuckStation is a simulator, emulator of the Sony PlayStation console, focusing on playability, and speed. The goal is to be as accurate as possible, while maintaining performance suitable for low-end devices. To work, a "BIOS" ROM image is required to boot the emulator and play games. 

You can use an image from any hardware version or site, although game area and BIOS site mismatches may have compatibility issues. 

However, the ROM image is not provided with the emulator for legal reasons, so you will need to extract it from your console using the Caetla application or other media. 

Windows 10 and 11 are the only versions of Windows supported by the developer. Windows 7/8 may work, but not supported 

By default, DuckStation will mimic the area control on the console CD-ROM. This means that when the console area does not match the disc, it will refuse to boot, giving a "Please insert PlayStation CD-ROM" message. DuckStation supports auto-detect disk areas, and if you set the console area to auto-detect, this should never be a problem. 

If you want to use autodetect, you don't need to change the BIOS path every time you change regions. Just place the BIOS images for the other regions in the same directory as the configured image.&

This will most likely be in the bios / subdirectory. Then set the console area to "auto-detect" and everything should work fine. The console / log will let you know if the disk area image is missing. Works only with the following types: BIN, ISO, IMG, CUE, CHD, M3U, EXE, PSEXE, PSF and MiniPSF.

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TAGS: Android , Emulators

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