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    Naruto, God of War and More: PSP Games to Play on Android (PPSSPP) #1

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    Discover the most pirated games by players. Realize that nowadays, any M ou Galaxy Grand Prime can emulate many games from PSP thanks to emulators like PPSSPP.

    The PSP has been abandoned by Sony for some time now. However, the essence of the platform lives on in the mobile market. Especially on Android, which has several emulators available on Google Play. From Castlevania to God of War, to a series of games that already run perfectly on mid-range phones and with reasonable performance.



    Notice: This post does not contain any links to these or proprietary content.. The purpose of the post is simply journalistic to show that the platform is ready for premium, long-running games based on famous franchises. Despite the disbelief of the producers, the videos with PSP games on the cell phone are some of the most seen on Youtube channels on Android.

    See too:

    • PSP emulator (PPSSPP) reaches version 1.0 and impresses with stability
    • Best Free Emulators for Android (Nintendo DS, PSP and etc)
    • List of compatible games for PPSSPP (PSP Emulator for Android)

    – God Of War: Chains of olympus (2010)

    God of War games have always been the most desired trophies by Android gamers. Impossible to come up with any title that at least scratches the surface of Kratos' franchise, playing a game in the series on mobile is almost an orgy (literally).

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3WAAeP5kYno

    In the past, the emulation of this classic was poor, but nowadays, it is already possible to play God of War: Ghost of Sparta reasonably and even finish it. The game runs well even on basic devices like the Moto G 2014.



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    • 5 Android Games Similar to God of War

    – Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Impact (2011)

    One of the last games to be released for the PSP, Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Impact is a sensational fighting game not only for those who love Naruto, but for anyone who is a fan of fighting games with characters with an anime look.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sh9TSk9npVE

    In addition to Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Impact, several other orange ninja games work perfectly even on weak phones like Naruto Ninja Heroes 2 and 3.

    – Mortal Kombat Unchained (2006)

    Mortal Kombat Unchained is the portable version of Mortal Kombat: Deception. Despite not being one of the most popular MK games, the game looks very good on PPSSPP, so well that makes it one of the best games on the emulator.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dHZaoOMtiM0

    Both audio and movement look great even on devices with little processing power. When placing a bluetooth controller or via OTG cable, the package is complete.

    – Untold Legends: The Warrior Code (2006)

    Untold Legends: The Warrior Code is the sequel to the hack'n slash game released alongside the PSP. Created in the Diablo style, the game has an aerial view and “cave” gameplay with 45 levels to explore.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TFldbcLHstg

    The game is very light and runs very well on PPSSPP, it is the most compatible game with the emulator and if it stutters a lot on your cell phone it is a sign that it is better to leave the PSP emulation aside.


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    – Avatar: The Last Airbender (2006)

    Anime games were a huge success on the PSP, and the PPSSPP emulator is no different. Of the most sought after games by the crowd, anime games are at the top. Avatar: The Last Airbender is an action RPG with bad graphics, but luckily it runs very well on the emulator.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wjlhI23uyV8

    On top devices, the game runs at 60fps without any kind of lag. But if there is a problem, just use the old technique of turning off the audio.

    – Castlevania: The Dracula X Chronicles (2007)

    A classic remastered for the PSP, Castlevania: The Dracula X Chronicles gained 3D graphics, but kept all the vices of classic gameplay. In the video below, you can see the game running smoothly on a Galaxy Note 2, a very old smartphone, by the way.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0-FHkpQvbjA

    – Valkyria Chronicles II (2010)

    One of the gems of the PSP, Valkyria Chronicles II is one of the best Japanese RPGs of all time. An unforgettable adventure that rescues the horror of war with an anime outfit and captivating characters.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0c85xJ5Bgzs

    The game runs very well on the PPSSPP emulator and because it is a turn-based game, its gameplay matches perfectly with the mobile platform. In the video above, the guy is running the game on an average cell phone from 2013. Currently it is possible to run the game almost perfectly on an intermediate smartphone.


    – Dragon Ball Z Shin Budokai 2 (2007)

    Basically any Dragon Ball game works fine on the PPSSPP emulator for Android. Among them, the most addictive is Dragon Ball Z Shin Budokai 2. The fighting game with frantic action is not harmed at any time by lags, all thanks to the JIT option.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r1K1Z-Wr77A

    – Ghost Recon Predator (2010)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QSaO4b5HWjc

    Ghost Recon Predator is a tactical shooter that doesn't enchant by its visuals, but has a fluid gameplay and a lot of action. The game is mission-focused and despite looking quite primitive, it has no competitors in the mobile world, as every producer bets on tiny stages that don't require any skill or brain on the player's part.


    – Ben 10: Protector of Earth (2007)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9RiLqXKGzzQ

    One of the most popular Playstation 2 games, among the kids, also has a version for PSP and it runs smooth on PPSSPP. I think it's even strange that Cartoon Network never released this game for mobile, since it was released for several platforms in 2007. Ben 10: Protector of Earth is a beat'em up style game with fun levels and an emphasis on combat with giant bosses.

    [originally published April 27, 2016]

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