The PlayStation was one of the most iconic gaming systems ever released and with it came a slew of legendary games. It dominated the fifth generation of game consoles by a fairly hefty margin when it came to sales, and many franchises, including Final Fantasy, Tony Hawk Pro Skater, Tekken, Spyro, Madden, and many others saw fantastic mainstream success. If you played those games as a kid and want to play them again, then here are the best PlayStation emulators for Android right now.
ePSXe is arguably one of the two best PlayStation emulators out there. This one tends to be a bit easier to use. It's also highly stable. It also supports split-screen mode, save and load states, customizable controls, hardware controller support, and OpenGL enhanced graphics. There are also some plugins that add additional features. This is one that you should pick if you want something that just works right out of the box. The only downside is that you can't try it before you buy it. That means you'll have to test it inside of the given refund time. … psxe.ePSXe


FPse is the other of the two biggest PlayStation emulators on Android. This one is highly customizable. It features the basic stuff like save and load states, customizable controls, high compatibility, and hardware controller support. However, it also has a range of advanced options, plugins, and extras that help you make the games play just right. You can opt for better graphics or better game play depending on your device. Like ePSXe, this one doesn't have a free version to try. Thus, you'll have to test it inside of its refund time.

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Matsu is a lot like ClassicBoy. It's a multi-console emulator. This one supports PlayStation, SNES, NES, SEGA Genesis, Game Gear, and a few others. Like most multi-console emulators, no one emulator is perfect. However, they all work well enough to consider going with a solo app. The app supports the usual array of emulator features. The free version is supported by advertising. You can get rid of it by buying the pro version. It's not the most stable of the PlayStation emulators, but it's a good free option if you can handle theads.

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