ROM Sets



The PSP (PlayStation Portable) is a handheld gaming console developed and marketed by Sony Computer Entertainment. It was first released in Japan on December 12, 2004, and later in North America on March 24, 2005, and in Europe on September 1, 2005. The PSP was part of the PlayStation brand of gaming devices and was designed to provide a home console gaming experience on the go.


PSP ROM pack is a collection of game files for the PlayStation Portable (PSP) that have been extracted and stored in a digital format known as ROMs (Read-Only Memory). These ROMs can be played on any device with the help of PSP Emulators.

Download the PSP ROMs Pack from Below:

PSP ROM Pack951 GBDownload
PSP ROMsSingle ROMsDownload
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Use a downloader to download the file if you see an error “total size of requested files (951 GB) is too large for zip-on-the-fly” or follow this Guide -> Downloading Guide

How to use

Here’s a general guide to help you get started:


  1. PSP Console or Emulator: You need either a physical PSP console with custom firmware installed or a PSP emulator on your computer or smartphone.
  2. ROM Pack: A collection of PSP ROMs (ISO or CSO files) downloaded from above.
  3. Storage Device: An SD card or a USB storage device for transferring the ROMs to your PSP.

Using ROMs on a Physical PSP Console

1. Install Custom Firmware

To play ROMs on a PSP, you typically need to install custom firmware (CFW). This process can vary depending on your PSP model, but generally involves the following steps:

  1. Download Custom Firmware: Obtain the appropriate custom firmware for your PSP model.
  2. Transfer Firmware Files: Connect your PSP to your computer via USB and transfer the custom firmware files to the PSP’s memory stick.
  3. Install Firmware: Follow the instructions provided with the custom firmware to install it on your PSP.

Note: Installing custom firmware may void your warranty and has some risk. Follow a reliable guide and proceed with caution.

2. Transfer ROMs to PSP

  1. Connect PSP to Computer: Use a USB cable to connect your PSP to your computer.
  2. Access PSP Storage: On your PSP, navigate to Settings > USB Connection to enable USB mode.
  3. Create ISO Folder: On your PSP’s memory stick, create a folder named ISO if it doesn’t already exist.
  4. Transfer ROMs: Copy the downloaded ROM files (ISO or CSO) from your computer to the ISO folder on your PSP’s memory stick.

3. Play the Games

  1. Disconnect PSP: Safely disconnect your PSP from the computer.
  2. Navigate to Games: On your PSP, navigate to the Game menu.
  3. Select and Play: Find your game in the Memory Stick section and select it to play.

Using ROMs with a PSP Emulator

1. Download and Install Emulator

  • Choose Emulator: Download a PSP emulator such as PPSSPP, which is available for various platforms including Windows, macOS, Android, and iOS.
  • Install Emulator: Follow the installation instructions for your chosen platform.

2. Transfer ROMs to Emulator

  • Locate ROMs: Find the folder where you downloaded the ROM pack.
  • Organize ROMs: Place the ROM files in a convenient location on your computer or device.

3. Configure and Play

  • Launch Emulator: Open the PPSSPP emulator.
  • Load ROMs: Navigate to the folder where you stored your ROM files within the emulator.
  • Select Game: Choose the game you want to play from the list and start playing.