DaedalusX64 – Revision: 1791
Daedalus is back once again, (Well it never really went away) and with all the Ps Vita news being reported this week, Daedalus’ release got overlooked for newer and shinier news items.
But I say nay!! We will report on this as well
As many of you old guys like me will know Daedalus is the N64 emulator to have on your Psp, that has always been the and as far as we can see, will always be the way!
Luckily, you guys with the Vita are being left out, and infact those of you that can enjoy your Psp homebrew on your shiny new Vita’s can also enjoy playing Mario Kart 64 in all it retro glory!
Instruction for installation:
To install all you have to do is place the DaedalusX64 folder in the PSP/GAME folder.
If you don’t have Custom Firmware (CFW) you’ll need to download the Signed version.
Currently with how Vita homebrew works you’ll need a save file from any of your PSP games that are installed on your Vita (aside from the one with the exploit) on your PC via Open CMA (see wololo.net for the latest Open CMA release). Download the unsigned version of DaedalusX64 and rename the zip file “INSTALL.ZIP”. Then move it inside of the PSP saved file folder you transferred to your PC. Then transfer the PSP save file back onto your Vita. Once there you can use your exploit to load the PSP save file (with DaedalusX64 in it) to start.
Now, all of you guys who don’t have CFW on your Psp, you are not being left out either, Those nice people over there have also released a Signed version just for you
The changelist can be found here (Bear in mind this holds the changes for both Psp and Pc versions of Daedalus)
Please note that if you are currently running CFW it is recommended that you run the Unsigned version rather than the Signed version.
- The Vita Homebrew Bubble has Burst
- Competition Time!
- Permanent CFW for all PSP models on the way!
- Free Games! – PlayStation Experience