5 Stars, it's clearly early though... The only other option is Damon Ps2, Which is really sketchy, and requires an account, and requires a constant internet connection, although has very slightly higher compatibility. This has potential, and is not misleading at all, with a much cleaner interface. It is way easier to see what changes between versions in this app, than Damon. Excited to see what the future holds for this project.
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Emulation is very hard to do, and requires time and patients to develop. Its easy to see a game thats not working and get upset, but the fact that the games load is a wonderful thing. This emulator is by far the best ps2 emulator for android. It has a way to go, but im sure it will get better. Its hard to write a full list of all the likes and dislikes I had because of the short word count. (I would like to see an in app compatibility list for games, but thats my only gripe) Thank you, its ❤
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Okay I guess, but returning to some of my favorites jrpgs don't run well on cutscenes. Plays well to some extent but sounds are really off and some things slow down. I get infinitely stuck on corners that I can't get out on Ar tonelico. I'm happy to some extent since I could just skip certain things to progress in the story, but it definitely needs work. This is as close it has gotten to working on Android so props to a certain degree.
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