PCSX-Reloaded is a free emulator game console Play Station 1 with an English interface, distributed under the GPL2 license. There are versions for Linux, Windows and Mac.
- start the game from physical media either from an image (supported .bin .img, .mdf, .iso)
- support saves, including on a Memory Card (using the original BIOS!)
- support for OpenGL
- gamepad support (declared support vibration)
Of the benefits of the emulator is worth noting the presence of built-in BIOS, the ability to edit Memory Cards and a huge variety of settings (implemented via plugins).
Of the minuses - almost always require an original BIOS, bad compatibility with games and the awkward implementation of quick save (or Ctrl+1, which is not always reliable, or close the window with the game, then Emulator-Save State Slot 1 and reopen the window).
The rest is a pretty good emulator. The games that work well. From novice require care and some knowledge: almost every game, the program will have to configure it again, of course, if you are not afraid of gnarled texture and wheezing sound.
Please note! The picture in the window version 1.7 RC1. The real version of the package pcsxr - 1.9.92. Apparently, the developers lazily screensaver to change’).
Game "Driver" in the emulator PCSX
Installation latest version into Linux Mint:
sudo apt-get install pcsxr