I'm still using my gp32, even though I now have a PSP. The homebrew stuff on the gp32 is so much better and most of it out performs the same homebrew on the PSP. For example, the sega emulators on the PSP do not come close to the performance of DrMD on the gp32. :D
Heres my 2 cents..
Keep yer gp32 and get a PSP!! I'm sure that I will get flamed for saying this but the PSP is awesome. I've got my gp32 for MAME, genesis and all that other good stuff and the PSP for wipeout pure.
We already have a lot of good stuff available on the gp32. If all that happens is that this stuff is ported to the gpx2, I will be sticking with my gp32. No point in paying for a new console which plays the same stuff as the one you already have. However, if they get it to emulate the following...
While we are talking PSP, any word on what Sony have done with the new firmware. I heard that they were going to lock down the console with v2.0 firmware and that it would prevent homebrew stuff from working. :angry:
Oops, ignore - just read the above!!
I don't know of such a list. One way to do it would be for people to just email you when they see that a new version has been released. What would be even better is if the devs themselves could email you when they release new versions of their emus..
I think its mainly because of number 1. For example, I doubt that there are a great many people still using fgen32 when this has clearly been overtaken by drmd. Number 3 could also be a factor. (In fact, your post reminded me, as I have been meaning to sign on to your site). Maybe the kind...