Spike Chunsoft announced that the first three Danganronpa games will be headed to phones, with “Anniversary Editions” of Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc, Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair, and Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony all to arrive on the platform with improved touch screen controls and a new UI to better suit smaller screens. Tenth anniversary website.
That’s great news, as one of the reasons for this port was to give fans the ability to play SDR on their phones using PPSSPP. Now they’ll be able to play it natively!
A few people have asked me to help them put movies onto PSP, so here is a guide. Since PSP cannot play the kind of movies you’d download from the internet, you have to convert them first
The easiest way to do so is by using FFMPEG, simply execute the following command:
ffmpeg -y -i INPUTFILE -flags +bitexact -vcodec libx264 -profile:v baseline -level 3.0 -s 480x272 -r 29.97 -b:v 384k -acodec aac -b:a 96k -ar 48000 -f psp -strict -2 OUTPUTFILE.MP4
If you want to, you can generate a thumbnail as well:
ffmpeg -i INPUTFILE -f image2 -ss 5 -vframes 1 -s 160x120 OUTPUTFILE.THM
That’s it. Now simply put the file(s) to your VIDEO folder and enjoy!
I already had a few PSPs but simply could not resist getting this one. Fully boxed, with 4GB MSP card, manuals and two games.
Seems little used, original receipt was in the box so I know that it was bought on 14th of June, 2009. The system itself cost 188€, MSP card 25€, Crash Bandicoot: Mind over Monster 30€ and Ape Academy 2 45€.
Memory card had a few saves, last dating 2011. Battery, of course, completely bloated and dead. Running OFW 4.05 I intend to keep it as an open-box collectible as
2000 is my personal favorite (some people complain about screen ghosting, but I rarely notice that and don’t like scanlines of 3000)
I had some free time lately and decided to try some new bug fixes, so here is a new release. I did not test it extensively, so let me know what works and what doesn’t.
You can download the new release here
Over the years I’ve accumulated a lot of PSP related stuff. Most of the things here are available elsewhere but having everything in one place nicely sorted and direct links is neat. There are various versions of firmware, plugins, manuals, some homebrew stuff, etc. No warez or anything illegal. I hope some of you will find this useful.
Access the library here Continue reading PSP Software Library
I have received quite a few requests to form a team to work on the project, or just simply encouraging messages as well as requests to use my work for their own releases. As I do not have enough spare time to work on the project myself, nor am I able to supervise a team, I want to announce that everyone is free to take any part of my releases in order to improve them or make new releases with or without crediting me.
I am deeply saddened to announce that the project has been discontinued. I simply don’t have enough time to work on it and make updates or manage the website.
This domain may or may not host my future blog / website / something else
In case you want to reach me, you can do so by [email protected]
I may restart the project if I have more spare time, but I can’t say anything for sure.
Thanks to a contributor menu items are now translated as well as O and X buttons are inverted, there are some issues with Student ID and class trials are not playable just yet, but I’m looking for a solution. Stay tuned!
NOTE: release pulled down by a request of the contributor
Here is the new release as stated in previous post. Took quite a while to build, the build server would really benefit a hardware upgrade.
This release has some missing translations added as well as quite a few bug fixed, class trials do occasionally work for me on my PSP (at least the first one), but sometimes they are buggy, I am currently investigating this issue and hope that in October – November release it will be fixed, finally.
You can download August – September release here
I’ve decided to release new versions with all the current fixes every two months, since setting a goal and trying to fulfill it before making a release can take a long time (such as fully fixing class trials), it is better to release new betas more often and get recent feedback.
As for this website, I used to have a blog at another domain, but I decided to consolidate everything, so this website may see more content, not only about Danganronpa Project (my main fields are physics, servers, programming, and computer science, or just some stuff I find interesting).
The first bi-monthly release for August-September is coming either today or tomorrow, depending on how my build server performs.