Originally Posted by GraVoX959
Id say in this order..
1) MONEY - people charge for emulator ports
2) a MUCH larger userbase
3) Easier to code for
Seconded. Also, the fact that the newer versions of the PS3 isn't hacked, probably play the biggest factor.
If they develop something for 3.55, something that can't be used for newer versions, they might risk developing it for a "dead world" (although its alive now
), ie. something that cannot be used in the future, and sadly not many wants to do that.
I guess also, it's limited how many developers that potentially could develop some parts of an emulator that actually have a PS3 console - on fw 3.55.