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Purposely slow down game?
#1
Is it possible to purposely slow down a game? Basically kind of like slow motion I guess. I'd really to get frame rates in the low teens. What I'm thinking is in Final Fantasy XII, doing quickenings, once I get past 10 or so, the timer just goes really fast, and I'd like to slow it down.
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#2
Just use this pnach code.

Code:
// Quickening Time always 10 Seconds
patch=1,EE,203B5E08,extended,3C014120
patch=1,EE,203B5E1C,extended,00000000
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(02-16-2015, 10:49 PM)Ryudo Wrote: Just use this pnach code.

Code:
// Quickening Time always 10 Seconds
patch=1,EE,203B5E08,extended,3C014120
patch=1,EE,203B5E1C,extended,00000000

What do I do with those? Will they work with the International Zodiac version?
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Oh, didn't know you had IZJS..
That particular code won't work with the IZJS version sadly. It's for the NTSC-U version.
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#5
Shift-tab to slow down the speed, Shift-tab again to return to normal speed.

By default slow-motion is 50% speed, but you can set it up to whatever speed you like at Config -> emulation settings -> GS -> slowmotion adjust .
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(02-16-2015, 11:07 PM)avih Wrote: Shift-tab to slow down the speed, Shift-tab again to return to normal speed.

By default slow-motion is 50% speed, but you can set it up to whatever speed you like at Config -> emulation settings -> GS -> slowmotion adjust .

That works! It's not ideal, but it works. Allowed me to get Black Hole. Thanks!!!
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