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Developer(s) Dr.Hell
Latest version 20/04/28 (Windows)
23/08/31 (Android) [+]
Active Yes
Platform(s) Windows
Emulates PocketStation
Website Dr.Hell's Site
BIOS/Keys Required

PK201 is a closed-source Japanese PocketStation emulator for Windows and Android.


Windows Latest build
Android Play store


Pocketstation in use.png

You'll need a Kernel ROM, renamed to KROM. You also need XEBRA to download the PocketStation game to a memory card from a PS1 game. Once you've done that, copy the memory card that you used - either BU00 (Memory card A) or BU10 (Memory card B) - rename it to FROM and put it in the same directory as KROM and PK201.exe.

  1. Download both XEBRA and PK201.
  2. Put everything in a folder together with respective FROM, KROM and OSROM files.
  3. Run PK201 and do the initial setup, select File -> Save STAT and close it.
  4. Run XEBRA, select whatever game you like, then select Run -> Run-1/2/3 to start the game.
  5. When in-game, select Run -> Outer Card to start PocketStation emulation.
  6. Enjoy your Chocobo World or whatever.

Video tutorial for more info.


Pocket Alpha / Zero 3 (Street Fighter Alpha / Zero 3), Pocket Digimon World, and Pokerock 1-6 (Rockman Complete Works) do NOT work without a good kernel dump (J110.bin).