How to play "epsxe" online

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How to play "epsxe" online
Gamers can play PSX games online on their computers with ePSXe and CyberPad. (Jupiterimages/Photos.com/Getty Images)

PlayStation, or PSX, gamers who want to play multiplayer games with other players over the Internet can use ePSXe, a PSX emulator that is compatible with a wide variety of game controllers and graphics cards. Kaillera, a game server program, allows players to host games from their home computers, and users with the Kaillera-enabled version of CyberPad can join Kaillera-hosted ePSXe games.

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Things you need

  • CyberPad (Kaillera-based version)

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Instructions

    CyberPad Installation

  1. 1

    Download the Kaillera-based version of CyberPad from the CyberPad website.

  2. 2

    Double-click the downloaded zip file.

  3. 3

    Open the ePSXe folder.

  4. 4

    Drag and drop the "kailleraclient.dll" file to the ePSXe main directory (the same directory containing the ePSXE program file).

  5. 5

    Drag and drop the "cpka.dll" file to the "PLUGINS" directory in the ePSXe folder.

    Join a Game Server

  1. 1

    Double-click on the ePSXe icon to launch the program.

  2. 2

    Click "Configuration" on the top menu bar, click "NetPlay" and then click "CyberPad."

  3. 3

    Insert your PSX game if you're playing with an original PSX game disc.

  4. 4

    Click on the box next to "File-Run" and select a game or select the disc drive that the original PSX game disc is in. Click "OK."

  5. 5

    Enter a username in the box provided and click "OK." A list of currently-running game servers will appear.

  6. 6

    Double-click a server to join the game.

Tips and warnings

  • Pick servers with the lowest ping number to reduce latency during gameplay.

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