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Some Ratchet Gladiator (PAL) screens, game runs very beautifully in the dev builds now. Messed around with CRC hacks a bit as well to fix offset bloom issues, only the character shadows appear a bit bugged sometimes and there's bright lines on the left/top side of the screen (maybe fixable with some offset hack? didn't try yet).

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Intel Core i5 6300 HQ 2.3 Ghz
8 GB RAM
Nvidia GeForce 960M GTX 2 GB
Win 10 64 bit

Nearly always full speed with the "safe" preset + MTVU on. D3D11 Hardware mode with 1920x1080 internal resolution and 8xAF.

Ratchet & Clank series (3 and Gladiator especially) were my favorite PS2 games hands down back in the day and it's an absolute joy to finally play them properly again ^^
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Hello people, it's Mabel again!

I've been recording some more, this time I'm bringing a long-ass gameplay from Castlevania: Curse of Darkness again because this game rocks! or maybe it doesn't and I'm the only loser that likes it





Playable: This time I had to use Action for recording instead of Fraps because I really didn't have enough room in my HDD to record during 1 hour and almost 40 minutes which would have taken like 300 GB or more using Fraps and I only had 180 GB available at the given time...


I honestly felt the recording was way better with Fraps, it felt somewhat smoother but there was not that much of a difference, action still did the job

just to make clear that those points where the FPS dropped a lot were something normal when you use the big-glowing-weapon, the recording software didn't have anything to do with it whatsoever, something to take note about, huh?

Anyway, I'm glad I could pull this off, all thanks to PCSX2 OTZ



Machine specs:

CPU: Intel core i5-2300 2.80 GHz
RAM: 4GB
Graphic: AMD Radeon HD 6450 

Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bits

PCSX2 settings:
Version 1.40
Renderer Direct3D11 (hardware)
Native internal resolution
MTVU hack activated
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