Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by YellowGT0, Jul 25, 2010.
YouTube - Galaxy S playing FF7
haha thats pretty awesome
is the ps1 emulator out already?
Holy crap that's awesome. gotta get that
Very nice. Almost as cool as running ScummVM on there!
Now I have to get back to rescuing Elaine from LeChuck!
Nice! Best game of all time FTW!
How does PSX4DROID handle disc swaps?
very nice..i need this
The idea is cool, but I can't imagine actually playing much further than what you show in your video. Between the touch-controls and the battery drain, I just can't imagine spending much time with console games on a smartphone.
Im new to these phones but can you somehow connect a usb controller to it?
You probably could hook up a USB controller to it if there was a driver for it. There are some apps starting to pop up to be able to use bluetooth controllers like the Wiimote and PS3 controller to control your android phone. None of them work for the Galaxy S yet (if somone know of one PLEASE tell!!). But what would be awesome as hell is have my captivate hooked up to a TV and sit back on the couch, chair, or bed and use a bluetooth cotroller to play video games. How awesome would it be to have a NES, SNES, PS1, Gameboy, etc with a zillion games in your pocket with you at all times. If you travel alot, you could bring an AV cable and a Wii controller and play games in your hotel all night! I really hope they get one of these bluetooth "hacks" working for the SGS phones soon!
Would it have to be rooted to play?
No, unless FFVII's rom is magical or something, if you get the app via the market and you download the rom, it should work.
I've been playing this game, and even though it lags a bit and the sound is not 100%, it's still veyr playable. However, the text seems squished and hard to read sometimes. Anyone else having this problem? I wonder if i need to download the game from a different source.
Sounds like its setting issue, I dont think the game ISO/ROM can be tweaked to display better or worse.