Unexpectedly announced, ASUS ROG Ally seems to stay in the limelight for a long time. We previously took a look at the early details of this handheld console. ASUS has sent ROG Ally consoles to some publications and we’re starting to see various reviews.
YouTuber AND Primedid some research to find out the emulation capabilities of the portable game console. As you can see in the published video, it is stated that ROG Ally can handle PS3 (usually difficult to emulate), Nintendo Switch and Xbox 360 games.
ETA Prime has also demonstrated that it can easily play PSP games using PPSSPP. Moreover, he has had success with 3DS emulation using Citra, a Nintendo 3DS emulation platform. These systems have fewer hardware requirements, and the ROG Ally already has a dedicated SoC that can handle it all.
As far as consoles are concerned, a snippet has also been shared running GameCube ROMs using Dolphin. Additionally, PlayStation 2 games were played thanks to PCSX2, a Windows compatible PS2 emulation platform. Not finished yet. ETA Prime was able to emulate Xbox with CXBX, WiiU and Nintendo Switch using CEMU.
As you know, ASUS’ gaming device comes with Windows operating system. So Steam access is also possible. If you are interested in emulators, it is possible to say that Ally has great potential.
Source: Technopat by www.technopat.net.
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