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    Default FinalBurn Alpha & CPS 1, 2 and 3 for PSP

    Greetings lovely people!
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    I honestly don't know where this thread should be placed on - I do know it shouldn't be here but I don't know where should I put it given that "emulation on Sony systems" covers... emulation of Sony systems and not the other way around.

    I'd like to ask you if you have ever used FinalBurn alpha or any other arcade emulators for the PSP and what's your opinion on them.
    I tried MAME4all. It's a disgrace.
    I looked up FinalBurn, but... I couldn't get the PSP port... or maybe I can, but the whole site is in japanese/chinese and I've no idea what to download.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated
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    Go here for the ported FinalBurn Alpha for PSP.

    I don't personally use arcade emulators on PSP, but PSPMAMEFORALL is what recommended by most people.

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