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PC games you can play on your phone with emulation!

God Eater Burst\Resurrection 

God Eater Resurrection Free Download Full PC Game Setup

 

PSP: https://gamefaqs.gamespot.com/psp/610611-gods-eater-burst

Steam (part of a bundle): 

Recommended Emulator: PPSSPP

 

 

Tomb Raider: Legend

Tomb Raider: Legend - SteamGridDB

 

PSP: https://gamefaqs.gamespot.com/psp/926820-tomb-raider-legend

Steam:

Recommended Emulator: PPSSPP

 

Resident Evil (Remake)

[BIT-PC]- RESIDENT EVIL HD REMASTER - 2015 - [ONE2UP ...

 

Gamecube: https://gamefaqs.gamespot.com/gamecube/535836-resident-evil

Steam:

Recommended Emulator: Dolphin

 

 Resident Evil 4

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Gamecube: https://gamefaqs.gamespot.com/gamecube/535840-resident-evil-4

Steam:

 

Recommended Emulator: Dolphin

 

Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time

Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time Save Game Download ...

 

Gamecube: https://gamefaqs.gamespot.com/gamecube/589720-prince-of-persia-the-sands-of-time

Steam:

 

Recommended Emulator: Dolphin

 

Need for Speed: Most Wanted

Need for Speed: Most Wanted (2005 video game) - Wikipedia

 

Gamecube: https://gamefaqs.gamespot.com/gamecube/927140-need-for-speed-most-wanted

PC: https://gamefaqs.gamespot.com/pc/927142-need-for-speed-most-wanted

 

Recommended Emulator: Dolphin

 

Rainbow Six: Lockdown

Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Lockdown — Вікіпедія

 

Gamecube: https://gamefaqs.gamespot.com/gamecube/927807-tom-clancys-rainbow-six-lockdown

Steam:

 

Recommended Emulator: Dolphin

 

 

Enjoy!

 

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You can play NFS Most Wanted and yet they make crappy NFS games for mobile..

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On 8/18/2021 at 9:00 AM, Wictorian said:

You can play NFS Most Wanted and yet they make crappy NFS games for mobile..

Since the dawn of time mobile games have always been of lower quality.

Now days mobile games are all about micro-transactions (including gambling like elements),ads and user data harvesting.

Quality suffers thanks to all of these.

 

That's why i went and looked for real games to play on my phone.

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2 hours ago, Vishera said:

Since the dawn of time mobile games have always been of lower quality.

Now days mobile games are all about micro-transactions (including gambling like elements),ads and user data harvesting.

Quality suffers thanks to all of these.

 

That's why i went and looked for real games to play on my phone.

Btw you can use Steam link and Geforce Now or other streaming services on your phone too

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6 hours ago, Wictorian said:

Btw you can use Steam link and Geforce Now or other streaming services on your phone too

Streaming games has it's disadvantages - compression artifacts,quality loss,input lag,connectivity issues,always online requirement and more.

Problems you don't have when you render those games locally.

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I am also worried about whether I am emulating the best possible version of the game. Unfortunately, when it comes to PC games, unless a better version is on an emulatable console, your experience will be awkward at best.

There is still a lot of hope for playing games that came out before Windows 95. Emulating those PC games is definitely doable, but is highly awkward at best. The games will run, but setting up the keymaps for controllers you are more likely to use is such a pain! You will want a keyboard (and maybe a mouse) for those early PC games! After Windows 95, PC games began to use DirectX, and required much more sophisticated drivers. IBM VGA was no longer usable for PCs, you needed something better! Unfortunately, this "something better" is very hard to set up in Limbo, so you are already almost completely screwed, although that might change very soon. But then after that, PC games have now moved on from software rendering to hardware-accelerated rendering, which required what would become the modern GPU. Late 90's and early 00's GPUs are not emulated at all on Android, so you will most likely have to resort to console ports. Unfortunately, console ports could be multiple things, a different game entirely, a worse version of a game (worse graphics, missing content, possibly additional glitches), or hell, there may not even be a console version to fall back on.

One game every Android user has wet dreams of running on their devices cannot be run at all, because GPU emulation simply doesn't exist! That game is RapeLay. Unfortunately, the fantasy of playing that game on a mobile device in your bed or in the bathroom is still a fantasy, because no GPU that meets the requirements are emulated! Why? Why is early 00's GPU emulation so far behind? I guess people like me will have to wait for the Steam Deck to come out.

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3 hours ago, url8 said:

Unfortunately, console ports could be multiple things, a different game entirely, a worse version of a game (worse graphics, missing content, possibly additional glitches)

I have done my research and testing before starting this thread.

All the games i have listed are pretty much the same as in other ports,except Rainbow Six: Lockdown,which for some reason the PC version of that game is the worst version of that game.

And of course,console versions don't have the graphics of PC but it's pretty close (well,in God Eater the PC version has significantly higher poly character models and textures,but it's still the same game)

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Here are more: 


BlueStacks. A superb emulator that brings Android games to your desktop.

NoxPlayer. A free emulator that lets you sideload apps from outside Google Play. 

GameLoop. Official Call of Duty Android emulator.

AndY. Emulate Android on your desktop, and root it to run more apps.

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42 minutes ago, Troy Daniels said:

Here are more: 


BlueStacks. A superb emulator that brings Android games to your desktop.

NoxPlayer. A free emulator that lets you sideload apps from outside Google Play. 

GameLoop. Official Call of Duty Android emulator.

AndY. Emulate Android on your desktop, and root it to run more apps.

Those aren't related to to the topic of the thread.

Emulation on Android is not emulation on PC

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Not exactly emulation but DevilutionX from the Play Store allows you to play Diablo 1 on android devices.  You need the DIABDAT.MPQ file from the original CD or GOG version on your device for it to work.  The default controls use an on screen d-pad and buttons for attack and spell casting. You just touch the screen for the rest. It might be possible to use a mouse connected to the android device but I've not tested that.  There doesn't seem to be any multiplayer currently due to lack of networking support but the project is open source so its possible they might be able to get tcp/ip MP working in the future.

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1 hour ago, trufret said:

Not exactly emulation

It fits perfectly into the topic,thanks for the info!

This thread is all about playing PC games on Android devices.

1 hour ago, trufret said:

the project is open source

Good,since i don't trust closed source stuff.

 

All of the emulators that i named in this thread are all open source and developed by their communities.

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