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14.2 > Games > pcsx-rearmed (2018.09.07_0370856)

PCSX ReARMed is yet another PCSX fork based on the PCSX-Reloaded project,
which itself contains code from PCSX, PCSX-df and PCSX-Revolution. This
version is ARM architecture oriented and features MIPS->ARM recompiler by
Ari64, NEON GTE code and more performance improvements. It was created for
Pandora handheld, but should be usable on other devices after some code
adjustments (N900, GPH Wiz/Caanoo, PlayBook versions are also available).

PCSX ReARMed features ARM NEON GPU by Exophase, that in many cases produces
pixel perfect graphics at very high performance. There is also Una-i's GPU
plugin from PCSX4ALL project, and traditional P.E.Op.S. one.

PCSX ReARMed looks for the following BIOS image files inside the
frontend's 'System Directory'.

* scph5500.bin (MD5 sum: 8dd7d5296a650fac7319bce665a6a53c)
* scph5501.bin (MD5 sum: 490f666e1afb15b7362b406ed1cea246)
* scph5502.bin (MD5 sum: 32736f17079d0b2b7024407c39bd3050)

In case it can find no BIOS files named like this inside the 'System
Directory', it will default to a High-Level Emulation BIOS. This decreases the
level of compatibility of the emulator, so it is recommended that you always
supply valid BIOS images inside the system directory.

To build the debugging symbols use:
DEBUG=1 ./pcsx-rearmed.SlackBuild

This requires: RetroArch

Maintained by: Hunter Sezen
Keywords: libretro,retroarch,console,retro
ChangeLog: pcsx-rearmed


Source Downloads:
pcsx-rearmed-2018.09.07_0370856.tar.xz (29ea15d12e99a0c732c7ffe4374f5af1)

Download SlackBuild:
pcsx-rearmed.tar.gz.asc (FAQ)

(the SlackBuild does not include the source)

Validated for Slackware 14.2

See our HOWTO for instructions on how to use the contents of this repository.

Access to the repository is available via:
ftp git cgit http rsync

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