• Playstation Classic: Here's How To Unlock The Emulator Settings In The Console
  • How To Access The Playstation Classic Emulator Settings
  • Access The Playstation Classic Emulator Settings
  • Unlock The Playstation Classic Emulator Settings
  • How To Setup The Playstation Classic Emulator Settings

PlayStation Classic might be a complicated move from Sony to cash on the success of it's rival Nintendo, but it apparently has some hidden features under the hood that can be easily accessed and makes classic something to look twice

How to unlock access playstation classic emulator settings

Retro Gaming Arts managed to get the PlayStation Classic emulator running with a set of options that give access to change range, show FPS and much more. They were all easy to get along with through a simple hack that was discovered and shared, deliberately take a look at it in the video below.

How To Unlock, Access The Playstation Classic Emulator Settings

The video above makes it clear that you can actually access these emulator settings by plugging in a USB keyboard to PlayStation Classic. This apparently doesn’t work for all keyboards and will require a specific type. Some suggestions that were thrown around were for Logitec and Corsair keyboards. Corsair K75 is one of the keyboards confirmed to work with this method. Get the keyboard, plug it into PlayStation Classic and press the Escape key to access this hidden debug menu.

Immediately you have access to this debug menu, just try to change settings like forcing NTSC region from the PAL 50 Hz one that is running on the default setting. There are also options to use multiple save states and while there is no confirmation of the performance issues resolved this way.

Don't be surprised with these setups the PlayStation Classic uses an open source emulator. The Playstation Classic is now available to purchase at $100.


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