Play GTA On A Smartwatch With This Emulator

Over the past few years, PSP Emulators are getting better and better. You can install a PSP emulator on any aging or low-powered android smartphone thanks to the low-system requirements for running a PSP emulator.

Well, a PSP emulator enthusiast has managed to run the Grand Theft Auto Vice City Stories PSP Game on a Galaxy 4 Smart Watch. In a video shared by the user Maksim Anufriev, you can see him driving, swimming, and motorcycle riding in GTA.

The game can be seen running flawlessly and the on-screen controls are quite impressive as well. However, it’s worth noting that Galaxy 4 Smart Watch is powered by an Exynos W920  processor which is even better than some  Cortex A53 cores or even Cortex A9 processors found on low-end android smartphones and tablets.

Sadly Galaxy 4 Smart Watch has a very small screen size for playing a GTA title. Consequently, there are some problems like the inability to use the directions and the main buttons at once.

The emulator used to run Grand Theft Auto Vice City Stories on the smartwatch was the tried and trusted PPSSPP – PSP emulator. PPSSPP has been out for almost a decade now and it has definitely stood the test of time.

The emulator is available for all mainstream mobile and PC operating systems like Android, Windows, Linux, Symbian, and you can even install it on the Nintendo Switch. Even though no one would enjoy playing GTA on their smartwatch but it’s still amusing to see how much processing power wrist wears pack these days.