Originally Posted by xbskid
It works like this: disc images of PlayStation games are encased in a wrapper and distributed as EBOOTs--with absolutely no modifications--on the PlayStation network to be emulated on the PS3 and PSP. It's done this way because the games are old, which means the source code is probably unavailable, striking any chance of modifying the game. And even if the source code -was- available, you'd be hard-pressed to find any company that would want to sit down and re-analyze a 15-20 year-old game's shoddy source code.
Thanks for your answer. But my post was sarcasm
SCE explained me what they do to publish a PSOne game in PlayStation Store. But someone up there said I'm completly wrong...