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New 0,9,7 Compatability
#1
Just wondering is it possible to play spyro enter the dragonfly now?
Last time i saw the compatability list it said no but i just wanna be sure.

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Reviving my PS2 is with my computer is prooving to be a harder feat than at first thought.Laugh
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#2
Bother to try that game by your self first?? then report back in this forum.
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#3
Usually i would have done that and not posted in the first place but i don't own the game anymore so i was planning to rent it and i dont want to waste money on something that wont work.
Reviving my PS2 is with my computer is prooving to be a harder feat than at first thought.Laugh
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#4
I can't say if it works in pcsx2, but the Gamecube version works in Dolphin fantastically. And the GC version is far superior to the PS2 one. No slowdown and fewer glitches/faster loading times.
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#5
Well I went out and rented it and it worked...Blink For about 10 seconds.Ohmy It only goes as far as the loading screen then it just freezes.
Well I'm not going to complain it might be Extremely difficult or it might just be such an uncommon game they cant even begin to test it but I'm sure you guys will get it someday.Smile
Reviving my PS2 is with my computer is prooving to be a harder feat than at first thought.Laugh
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