The Matsu player is one of the emulators out there for the Sony Play Station Portable (PSP), which allows you to play PSP games on your PC. It has many features that make it superior to the other emulators. The first one is that it runs on Windows so it's not a program that is running on your computer, which means you don't have to worry about compatibility issues. Another big advantage is the fact that it has an interface very similar to the one used on the PlayStation Portable. This includes features such as screen wipes and also auto updates so that it stays fresh.
The problem with the Matsu Emulator is that it doesn't emulate the flash-based library that most games are stored in. As a result you won't be able to play any PSone games or the newer Android games, but it does have other features such as image editing, which can make it useful for those who want to customize their mobile device. The v e r mode is not yet available for this device, however there is a beta version available which you can test from their website. The Matsu player does have a free trial, which runs on vrug skipping mode and comes with over 50 premium games.
If you'd like to try out the Matsu player then you need to find one of the two links below. We've found the vrug skipping/emulation mode works quite well, but the only drawback is that you won't be able to use most of the Android apps out there. If you do have an app you want to use, then you'll probably be able to find it in the google play store. The multi PSX emulator app should also be available from the Google play store.