The CL could use an overhaul.
1. some of the compatibility info is incorrect.
2. i can has compatibility for different emu versions?
Maybe you could switch to a community-review like system for determining the compatibility? You guys are working hard enough as it is, and i think lots of users would gladly help out in determining compatibility.
Also, having - let´s say - 3 columns for 3 different versions of the emu would be helpful as some games change compatibility and people could see easily which games are playable/tested on which versions.
Thanks alot for providing me with the possibility to finally play final fantasy 12!!!
Good ideas, can you do it, please ?
Seriously, it's impossible. New versions come out much too often, and the devs are more concentrated on it than on the CL.
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09-13-2009, 01:48 PM
(This post was last modified: 09-13-2009, 01:49 PM by ChronicNL.)
hmm how about.. a list of games
with a tiny poll system built in that will never close, this way you can for example see that 60% got it working, 20% has ingame bugs, and for some it just wont start
if lets say 80% gets it fully working its probably compatible
judging by these stats you can make a conclusion
well see there is the usefull part, close it when a new version comes out
and add a button "see results of previous versions"
and just make a new poll again
09-13-2009, 02:39 PM
(This post was last modified: 09-13-2009, 02:40 PM by tvale.)
Some kind of "wiki" would be a nice option for the compatibility list, wouldn't you agree? People would be able to say the game worked and leave the machine specifications and emulator configuration and version.
Much like the screenshot thread, but organized by game, easier to follow.
CPU: C2Q Q6600
GPU: Geforce 8800GTS 512
MEM: GSkill 4GB 1066Mhz
OS1: Win7 x64 RTM
EMU: PCSX2 r1736
GPU: GSdx10 SSSE3 r1763
SPU: SPU2-X 1.2.0
PAD: LilyPad 0.10.0
Still the main problem is not solved. Stupid users creating crap entries, because they're pissed their games don't work (while they do with proper settings). Anyway people are free to start a compatibility wiki. We already provide much more info and support than most (any?) other emulator out there and things like these are simply taking too much time to maintain.
I'd prefer all that time and energy was put to the actual emulator.
I think it's pretty clear the reality of the idea, when you consider that anyone could have started their own wiki-based compat list somewhere, and yet no one's stepped up to the plate and done it.
Hosted mirrors of Official builds?
Got lots of those.
3rd party builds of PCSX2?
Got lots of those.
Copycat builds that change plugin names and default speedhacks?
Got several of those too!
Mirrors of PCSX2 compat list, or independent wiki-based compatibility lists?
Either no one really cares as much as some folks like to think, or it's a pain to do.
Jake Stine (Air) - Programmer - PCSX2 Dev Team
well its mainly a pain to do on your own or even with a team since not everyone has 2000 games lol