The concept of what I am trying to do, except in this case I'm controlling the mouse.
Step 1: The Files
-computer thats fairly decent
-home brew enabled PSP, a great site to get you started on home brew PSP Hacking
-the included files
Download this: Wifi Controller
And this: NES Emulator
1.) In the Wifi Controller archive take the "PC" folder and drag it to your deasktop, then take the "SCEWiFiController" folder and "%SCEWiFiController" folder under "1.50\PSP\GAME\" and drag them to "X\PSP\GAME150\" X being the drive letter of your PSP.
2.) Next go to the "SCEWiFiController" folder and find the file "wifi.cfg" open it with word pad.
3.) Now go to Run... under the Start Menu and type "cmd" a black box will appear, and type "ipconfig" without the quotations.
4.) Find the text "IP Address. . . . . . . . .: 126.96.36.199." or something similar, what you need to copy are the last four numbers separated by periods.
5.) Copy these numbers and type them where the similar numbers appear in the "wifi.cfg" file.
6.) Close and save the "wifi.cfg" file.
7.) Download and install: PPJoy
8.) After it is installed open up your "Control Panel" and click on "Parallel Port Joysticks".
9.) When the window comes up click "Add..." at the bottom. On the next screen change "Parallel port" to "Virtual joysticks" and then click "Add."
10.) It will want to install some drivers so either have it scan automatically or point it to the directory you installed PPJoy to.
11.) After it is done installing, click the "PPJoy Virtual joystick 1" in the menu and click "Mapping..."
12.) Choose "Set a custom mapping for this controller" and click "Next."
13.)Set the options to the following:
Axes = 2 (X Axis and Y Axis)
Buttons = 9
POV hats = 1
X Axis = Analog 0
Y Axis = Analog 1
Button 1 = nothing
Button 2 = Digital 0
Button 3 = Digital 1
Button 4 = Digital 2
Button 5 = Digital 3
Button 6 = Digital 4
Button 7 = Digital 5
Button 8 = Digital 11
Button 9 = Digital 10
Directional button POV
North = Digital 6
East = Digital 7
West = Digital 9
South = Digital 8
14.) Inside the "PC" folder on your Desktop open the program "WiFiServer.exe".
Step 2: The NES Emulator
1.) Just so were organized, lets make a folder on your main drive, and let's call it "Nestopia", but you can really call it anything.
2.) Now we'll extract the files from the archive to the folder you just made.
3.) Find "Nestopia.exe" and send it as a shortcut to your desktop.
4.) Open "Nestopia.exe"
5.) Turn on your PSP, and make sure there is "WifiController" under your games, and execute it.
6.) Select your connection, and select the first controller, if your the only one.
7.) Go to Options, Input..., and configure the Buttons for the PSP, to do this double click on a function and press a button on the PSP.
8.) Once you have configured the buttons to your liking, click "OK".
Step 3: Playing Some Games!!!
Although commercial games are illegal to download, home brew games for NES are usually free, and safe to download.