Emulators for the PSP haven’t been updated in like, a decade if not more at this point so I’ve been on the look out for a successor.
A little while back, I bought a (Original) PocketGo from Amazon, and while it was OK for GameBoy/Color games, it struggled with accuracy and speed when it came to 16-bit consoles. It was also Too Fucking Small. There’s a successor to the PocketGo, the V2, which added an analog stick, beefed up the internals, et cetera, but it apparently has issues with the D-pad dropping inputs (there’s a new version coming out, though). Inside, it seems to match up with the RG350, except the RG350 has two analog sticks vs one.
It seems like the RG350 is the current popular choice for handheld emulation machines right now. It costs a bit more than the PocketGo V2, despite being older, but has an extra analog stick and an apparently better D-pad. Emulation accuracy is supposed to also be better because of consistent community support?
I feel like these things are definitely getting less ugly, but why don’t they make these things look like WonderSwans or NeoGeo Pockets?