Who doesn’t like Games. We all play games on our PC/laptop, smartphone, tablets in our recess time or we play games whenever we get time.
We all know that PlayStation Games are very popular in people, as it has enabled with high graphic quality and realistic visualization. Because of all the features available with PlayStation games, hardcore gamer are always prefer to play console based games. But some games are available only for PlayStation not for the PC version.
PlayStation Games are costly as compared to PC/laptop games, So it is quite difficult for everyone to buy the PlayStation and play games through it. But you can easily play PlayStation games on your PC/Laptop by using a PlayStation emulator.
You can play these games in the emulator easily, if you have the specific PlayStation CDs. With the help of USB dual shock controller, you can enjoy PlayStation games even more better as compared to play them on a PlayStation. But for this purpose you have to connect your PlayStation controller to your PC and it comes with a USB cable for playing games, but you will need to install particular drivers for this.
In this article i will show you how you can play PlayStation games on you PC. Let’s take a look.
Steps to Play PlayStation Games on PC:
Step 1: First thing you need to do is to check your systems specification. Ensure that you have the minimum specification for playing PlayStation Games on your PC.
- 1 GHz Processor (minimum).
- RAM 512 MB.
- A 3D graphic card for displaying the game graphic smoothly.
- A PSP or USB controller to play games without any interrupt, instead of mouse and keyboard.
Step 2: Now, the second thing you need to do is to download the ‘ePSXe emulator’ from its official site. To go to the site click Here.
Step 3: Now, run the .exe file and follow the instruction for the installation process. Note that, you should have Sony legal license to get the BIOS image file of your emulator which you need at the last step of the installation process.
Step 4: Now you see the epsxe emulator icon on your desktop screen after the completion of full installation process.