Hey there, guys. Talked to Andy today, and he was gracious enough to share with me the public build of FuSa, build 47! I've only had it for a short while, so I'm still checkin' it all out, but I plan to post updates for you guys as I go along.
Firstly, I am using 4.01 m33 custom firmware, and am running these tests on the default clock speed. I don't believe clock speed makes an actual difference on the games in aspects other than loading times. So, anyways, I'll start with the few I've checked so far, with many more updates in the time to come.
Final Fantasy VII-4.01 pops will not run the opening FMV, which is no fault of FuSa's. If you can bypass the opening scene by either playing on the PSP until reaching the first save point, or loading another file, you'll be fine. I played for a good hour from the first save to Tifa's bar, and am pleased to say the game runs full speed! My only observation is that the unfiltered fullscreen settings tend to chop off the bottom of the game's text, making it a tad hard to see, but it's livable.:D
Metal Gear Solid-The game's first disc cannot boot on 4.01 pops, therefore I am as of right now unable to look into this one.
LEGO Indiana Jones:The Original Adventures-The video cuts out upon attempting to select "Load Game" on the title screen. The game dosen't crash, simply the video is absent.
LEGO Star Wars II:The Original Trilogy-The video cuts out upon attempting to select "Load Game" on the title screen, same as Indiana Jones.
NFL Street 3-Works great, fullspeed with no trouble.
Grand Theft Auto:Liberty City Stories-Runs at almost fullspeed during gameplay. However, like the LEGO games, the video will cut out if you attempt to access the menu.
Star Wars Battlefront:Renegade Squadron-Works excellent, fullspeed gameplay.
Star Wars Battlefront II-Works fullspeed, no trouble.
Crisis Core:Final Fantasy VII-Runs same as B45, still very laggy.
Castlevania:The Dracula X Chronicles-Runs, although at a very sluggish pace.