Play PlayStation 3 Games on PC

Although the PlayStation 4 is the latest console from Sony, the PlayStation 3 is still a popular game system that is enjoyed by many. One group of developers have been actively working to bring the PlayStation 3 experience to your PC. RPCS3 is an open source PlayStation 3 emulator. The emulator is still in early alpha stages, so don’t expect many commercial titles to be compatible. It works well with homebrew games and games which do not require advanced 3D graphics.

Play Runescape on Chromebook

Back in fourth grade, I used to spend hours playing Runescape. At the time, I thought it was the most exciting and adventurous game out there. However, it’s been about nine years since I have last played the game, so I am very behind on the latest additions and enhancements. In any case, if you are an active player, you will be happy to know that you can play this on your Chromebook.

Play Sega Genesis Games on Android

The Sega Genesis was my very first game console. What my gaming PC is to me now, was what my Sega Genesis meant to me back in 1999 (if that makes sense). There are so many old titles that I used to love playing. And those cartridges…damn…I loved those cartridges. The best thing was that there used to be a huge bin at stores like GameStop, where I could easily pick up a bunch of them for under $10.

Play Dreamcast Games on Android

Ah, the Sega Dreamcast, it brings back old memories. Who am I kidding, I never had the Dreamcast myself. So unfortunately, my personal experience is limited to the only game (Sonic Adventures) that I have ever played on it. But, what I do know is that you can play Dreamcast games on Android! What You Will Need: Reicast or use This One if you are running a Lollipop Device and Experience Crashes with the Play Store version.

How to Play PS2 Games on Chromebook

I always said to never underestimate the power of Chromebooks, and here is another reason not to. You can play play PlayStation 2 Games on your Chromebook. In order to do this, you will need to have Linux** installed on your Chromebook. **We are going to use the popular PCSX2 emulator for Linux. So it’s also important that you have an Intel powered chromebook. Now, one word of advice.

Play PSP Games on Android

Play PSP Games on Android Yes, you can play PSP games on your Android device. This is not a gimmick, nor some sort of absurd remote VNC. This is pure emulation right on your Android device. It is all thanks to the app PPSSPP. Surprisingly, some games work with excellent frame rate and graphics quality (Naruto for example). Keep in mind though, not every game will be compatible and it will not work with every device.

Play Portal on any Android

Ah yes, who doesn’t love a good game of Portal? If you are lucky enough to own an Nvidia Shield (or any Tegra 4 device), you already have access to the game plus more exclusives. But what if you do not own an Nvidia Shield? Well there is still a way to play Portal thanks to an app called GLTools. GLtTools will emulate the Tegra 4 drivers, so that the app thinks you are using a Tegra 4 device.

How to Play Nintendo DS Games on Android

The Nintendo DS was by far one of my favorite portable game systems. However, these were the days before smartphone gaming became the norm. If you’re feeling nostalgic and in the mood to play some DS games on your Android device, it’s very easy thanks to the DraStic DS emulator. Here’s how to play Nintendo DS games on Android: What You’ll Need: A Nintendo Game (nds Rom)(You can Google it) DraStic DS Emulator (Demo) DraStic DS Emulator (Full) Step 1: Transferring the Rom to Your Device The first thing you need to do is transfer the Rom to your device.

Play PlayStation Games on Android

Do you miss the good old PlayStation days? I am talking about the original PlayStation with the 1MB Memory cards (I had a lot of those) and the boring yet simplistic outer-body design? If so, there is hope for you. Thanks to multiple apps in the Play Store, you can play PlayStation games on Android. Emulation has come so far on Android. It amazes me at just how many titles are compatible with the PlayStation emulators.