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Final Fantasy X Kilika Dock Crash
#1
I searched the forum and found a few posts for this but they were for a previous version of pcsx2 and they kept saying change your clamps or something by going to config > advanced settings but on 0.9.8 i dont see an advanced settings category.

So is there another solution getting past the part right after Yuna does the sending when you arrive at Kilika, it just goes to a black screen plays the "you're sleeping" sound and then starts playing an ocean background soundtrack with a black screen.

Or can someone give me instructions to how to do clamps or w/e on 0.9.8 or redirect me to a post explaining the solution to this through 0.9.8?
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#2
Change the clamp modes under "Config > Emulation Settings > EE/IOP/VUs"
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#3
Change the clamp settings to extra
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#4
Okay it worked so tyvm Shadow but for some reason their speaking slows sometimes, idk if that was suppose to happen or not but its not a big deal atm so i guess i'm good! Laugh
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#5
You can turn them back to normal after you passed the crash point for the extra speed.
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#6
Doesn't changing the clamp mode make boss characters face backwards?
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#7
not changing it makes the bosses face backwards ;p
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#8
(09-02-2011, 01:40 AM)refraction Wrote: not changing it makes the bosses face backwards ;p

That would certainly explain why Seymour was backwards....Blink I'll keep that in mind next time.
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#9
Thank You very much! i was looking for solutions to this, and i almost gave up on the game... Laugh
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#10
How do you change the settings in 0.9.6? Under "Config" there is no "Emulation Settings".
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