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How to improve the graphics
#1
The game runs smoothly, but the quality of the image is poor. How do I make it look better? It seems quite blurry, and I know ps2 graphics weren't great but I don't remember it looking this bad
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#2
Increase internal res, and use FXAA.
but keep in mind it will need a good GPU
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#3
Set 2x or 3x native resolution . Enable shade boost put all three sliders to 60%.

Sorry jesalvein didnt see your post.
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#4
Myself, I just disable texture filtering and put a different resolution. For 4:3 games I use 1024x768, for 16:9 games or 4:3 games with 16:9 hacks I use 1024x600. Some games I've noticed will actually take advantage of higher resolutions than the PS2's native resolution, such as Odin Sphere.
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#5
use post processing shaders.
SweetFX or this GSdx Shader makes the image look more eyecandy.

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