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Maximo vs Army of Zin
#1
ive just started to play this game, and using the GSdx plugin, i get a shadow effect that seems to stick to any position on the screen maximo has touched. heres a screenshot to show what i mean.

   

Now ive tried running it with all different settings, hacks, gamefixes, resolutions (native included) and nothing. Software mode does, however, fix this issue, though renders the game a little too slow to play properly.

however, i have also tried the ZeroGS plugin, and found that using these settings:

   

i was able to fix the issue, though it appears this occured due to the shadow being removed completely, as can be seen here:

   

is there any way to fix up the GSdx plugin so it fixes this issue? zerogs is kinda like a faster software mode visually to me, but it just looks much smoother in GSdx hence why i would like to know if there is a fix for this, or if this could possibly be looked into for creating a fix?

EDIT - thought id add...

ELF (cdrom0:\SLES_517.59;1) Game CRC = 0x86E533E0, EntryPoint = 0x00100008
(SYSTEM.CNF) Detected PS2 Disc = cdrom0:\SLES_517.59;1
(SYSTEM.CNF) Software version = 1.03
(SYSTEM.CNF) Disc region type = PAL

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#2
You can try using the "alpha hack" or skipdraw hacks in GSdx, somethink like 2-3 for skipdraw is usually enough for those shadows, on the other hand if you're already using any of the hacks you should try disabling them.
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#3
Tried both of those but no change. Also tried higher skip draw values but nothing changed.
in case it could help things some more, here is a GS Dump for anyone who could possibly look into fixing this issue:

GS Dump Download
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#4
bumping it up to see if there has possibly been anything recent that could fix this issue?
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#5
Perhaps you can try with gsdx r.24xx around that if make any better or some gsdx hacks shadeboost from 3 party is worth to try.
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#6
Ani fix for shadow problem on this game ?
#7
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