PCSX2 Emulator to PS2 on the PC. (Registers + Guide) - Page 10 - Consoles - HWzone Forums
adplus-dvertising
Skip to content
  • Create an account
  • About Us

    Hello Guest!

     
    Please note - in order to participate in our community, comment and open new discussions, you must join as a registered member.

    Our members enjoy many advantages, including the ability to participate in discussions, enjoy raffles and promotions for members of the site, and receive our weekly content directly by email.

    Do not like being harassed by email? You can register for the site but do not submit your registration to the weekly email updates.

PCSX2 Emulator to PS2 on the PC. (Impressions + Guide)


Art Tatum

Recommended Posts

Emulators for consoles that are hard to get because they are really old like the days of the 16 bit and 8 bit is great but the emulator for consoles is not that old is screwed

Dye with miserliness PS2 really cheap today relative to the 600 weighed and much more fun to play on the real device, I discovered it after I first purchased two consoles: the Nintendo DS Lite

Resolution does not matter so long as the textures and models are still the same, if you're talking about the interference caused by playing 480i games then use a good AVR to do a high quality upscale for larger screens and this should be solved

For the record, here are pictures from Wii after Sony's very expensive and powerful receiver made him a copy. The picture is really relatively smooth. If I run on a fullHD screen that does not do this,

http://forums.lovingwii.com/latest-nintendo-wii-news-articles/217-wii-1080p.html

Link to content
Share on other sites

  • תגובות 160
  • Opens on
  • Last comment
Emulators for consoles that are hard to get because they are really old like the days of the 16 bit and 8 bit is great but the emulator for consoles is not that old is screwed

Dye with miserliness PS2 really cheap today relative to the 600 weighed and much more fun to play on the real device, I discovered it after I first purchased two consoles: the Nintendo DS Lite

Basically I agree

But I had a PS2 and I gave it and today there's only one single game I need it for that

And if the emulator works for the same game then it is great

Link to content
Share on other sites

Emulator is much better than the real device in every respect. I really do not understand how you can compare

This is not true

Until emulator matured enough, there are many compatibility issues that do not exist on the original console

And both dolphin and PCX2 are not ripe enough

Link to content
Share on other sites

As far as I'm concerned, an emulator is not mature until it runs 85 percent of the games or more smoothly and well

PCSX2 has not reached that yet and remember that the PS2 came out on 2001 and you'll see how long and what hardware you need for it

That's why I do think it's better to buy the console in time rather than wait for 200 a year

An emulator is worth more for games that go out on consoles that you did not want to buy or older consoles

Not to anything in the market right now

At the time, the managers of N64 and PS1 also took a long time to cook and until they were mature we had already passed a generation on consoles

Link to content
Share on other sites

It's always like that. NES emulators also came out a long time after the original console. But once there is an emulator (and your ridiculous arbitrary demand for 85, a percentage of the games do not interest anyone, the important games are supported) there is no reason not to go to it, even if you have the original console. Only the ability to keep normal alone is worth it

Link to content
Share on other sites

It's always like that. NES emulators also came out a long time after the original console. But once there is an emulator (and your ridiculous arbitrary demand for 85, a percentage of the games do not interest anyone, the important games are supported) there is no reason not to go to it, even if you have the original console. Only the ability to keep normal alone is worth it

You may mean to keep cheating on games that need to be challenging

Link to content
Share on other sites

It's always like that. NES emulators also came out a long time after the original console. But once there is an emulator (and your ridiculous arbitrary demand for 85, a percentage of the games do not interest anyone, the important games are supported) there is no reason not to go to it, even if you have the original console. Only the ability to keep normal alone is worth it

Save state is a chit for everything.

Link to content
Share on other sites

You can use it as a chit, but it's much more useful when you just want to stop playing without running to the nearest checkpoint

Depends on which game

And many times you out of habit keeps every second and it destroys some of the games

It's true that it has the advantage in certain games but a lot of it destroys

Besides the day shift consoles there is a "sleep mode" and the landing you can leave open

For example, I am stuck in a part of an 2 bullshit so I leave it open until I find in the treadmill what to do

Link to content
Share on other sites

Forget the way of normal guard that I often saved a second mistake after I flew into the abyss and then their game went to the kinematics

Explain to me what other advantages the emulator (upscale to 720P? Can solve with this video processor)

Link to content
Share on other sites

You need a processor Very expensive to achieve rendering performance at a higher resolution engine (you are not a processor name after all Between the computer and your screen right?)

Plus, better performance in supported games. For example, Edo of the Colossus worked for me from start to finish, with all the original reviews noting FPS issues

Link to content
Share on other sites

ארכיון

This discussion has been archived and new comments can not be added.


  • Latest news

  • Buzz-Zone: Everything hot on the net

×
  • Create new ...

At the top of the news:

new on the site