Recently, a hacker named KiiWii managed to crack open the code in last year’s PaRappa The Rapper Remastered for the PlayStation 4. After going through the game files, he discovered that the game was using a PSP emulator to run the 2007 version of the game.
To summarize, rather than updating the game for the new console, Sony chose to use an older version of the game with some HD polish. Soon after this reveal, many other hackers had begun to experiment with this emulator, claiming that the have managed to get other PSP running on the system. This new discovery could be a huge stepping stone for the emulator community, who have be attempt to create several emulators for the PS4.
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source – arstechnica