Game title Rating Size
Shin Megami Tensei - Persona 3 Portable 4,3 1.0GB
Metal Gear Solid - Peace Walker 4,3 1.4GB
Toy Story 3 4,0 171.4MB
Soulcalibur - Broken Destiny 4,2 375.0MB
Naruto - Ultimate Ninja Heroes 2 - The Phantom Fortress 4,1 0.9GB
Midnight Club 3 - DUB Edition 3,9 0.9GB
Mortal Kombat - Unchained 4,0 1.0GB
Musou Orochi - Maou Sairin Enhanced Version 3,6 1.3GB
Iron Man 4,1 454.4MB
Metal Slug XX 3,8 194.3MB
Tomb Raider - Anniversary 4,0 1.0GB
Spider-Man - Friend Or Foe 4,3 493.4MB
Sol Trigger 3,9 1.1GB
God Of War - Ghost Of Sparta 3,9 1.1GB
X-Men Origins - Wolverine 3,5 421.7MB
Yu-Gi-Oh GX - Tag Force 4,2 486.0MB
Call Of Duty - Roads To Victory 3,9 464.1MB
Sims 2, The 3,8 432.3MB
Prince Of Persia - Rival Swords 3,7 811.3MB
Yu-Gi-Oh GX - Tag Force 2 4,1 1.5GB

What’s a PSP ROM?

If you are a fan of classic games that were once released on the PlayStation Portable console, you might be already familiar with emulators and ROM games. And you know that you don’t need to purchase any pre-owned devices to enjoy old-school titles. With a dedicated emulation tool and a bunch of PSP ROMs you can turn back time in the blink of an eye and taste those bitter sweet nostalgic emotions that you might think have long since been forgotten. 

But for those of you who are new to retro gaming, let’s take a quick glance at what a PSP ISO (ROM) really is.  ISOs are images of certain video game discs that can be played on your PC or other modern device. Making a playable ROM is quite a laborious and responsible task that a layman cannot cope with. Experienced enthusiastic retro gamers use specialized software to burn classic gamers from the original media to third-party ones. So, essentially, PSP ROMs are copies of original titles suited to playing on the systems other than the intended PSP console.

To start your retro gaming journey, you will need a reliable emulator which you can install onto your computer and a couple of your favorite SPS ISOs to run with it. You can find some of the finest ROMs on our website. All ROMs we offer are absolutely safe and fully compatible with most PSP emulators.  

About PlayStation Portable

The PlayStation Portable was announced in 2003, at E3, jumping ahead of Nintendo for their next handheld announcement. During the build-up to E3, there were a lot of rumors going around about Sony entering the handheld market with their own offering. At that time, there was no competition for Nintendo’s Game Boy line, and the Game Boy Advance line was on the cruise. So, Sony decided to bring console quality gaming experiences to players on the go. To do this, they needed a system that was powerful enough to accomplish visual fidelity that was thought to be only possible when tethered to the wall. It’s no wonder that Sony made a splash with their new storage medium for the PSP. The UMD, or universal media disc, represented a disc encased in plastic. Still, this small thing was capable of holding 1.8 GB of storage on a dual air disc. 

The following year, Sony released their new PSP, starting with Japan in 2004, and the US and other parts of the world in 2005. The PSP saw immediate sellouts with 200,000 units selling the first day in Japan. And the US saw ever greater success with 500,000 units selling in the first two days. And even though the PSP fell behind the Nintendo DS in terms of sales, these figures testify to the fact that Sony’s first shot at the handheld market was quite successful.     

Best PSP Games    

Now you may be itching to start downloading some cool games to start playing on your PC immediately. But not all beginner retro gamers know which games, except for those they once played on the TV-sets, are well worth playing in 2021. 

You may want to start with the titles that are universally regarded as the gems of the PSP collection. You would be well-advised to look at such iconic titles as Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker, Final Fantasy VII: Crisis Core, Daxter, or God of War: Ghost of Sparta. These are the games that rate high not only among our users but also globally. 

There are also tons of other graphically impressive games that are well worth downloading and playing today.  

Note that these are only some of the games recommended by our gaming community and ROM makers. If you have a specific ROM in mind, don’t hesitate to hunt for it. But make sure not to limit yourself to just one game. Try as many titles as you like to pay tribute to the PSP legacy these days! 

Platforms that Support PSP ROMs

As we’ve noted earlier, you don’t even need a PSP anymore to play PSP games. Windows, Mac, and Linux computers represent a fertile ground for your emulation software that can run the ISOs you download. What’s more, you can now play your favorite games on mobile platforms like Android and iOS. The only prerequisite is a stable and reputable emulator designed specifically for mobile devices. 

And now let’s take a closer look at the lists of PSP emulators compatible with different operating systems. 

PSP emulators for Windows 

Note that these emulators can be installed on Mac OS devices, as well.   

PSP emulators for Linux  

Note that neither tool requires a BIOS file to operate properly on your device.   

PSP emulators for Android 

Note that with the Pro version of the DamonPS2 emulator you will be able to use the original PSP memory card to store a huge library of PSP ROMs on your Android device.  

PSP emulators for iOS 

The only stable tool capable of running PSP video games on your iOS devices is RetroArch. Still, even this time-tested emulator cannot guarantee smooth playing and a glitch-free experience.  If you don’t mind tinkering with settings and configuration, you can also try PPSSPP and Happy Chick. 

Now you can play some of the best PSP emulator games on your favorite device anytime, anywhere!