Yes, I searched. Yes, I know you gotta have a 3.0Ghz or higher CPU, or something like that...
• AMD Phenom II X4 1025 @ 3.6Ghz
• 8GB RAM
• GeForce GTX 295
• Vista Ultimate SP1
After many years, I got a hold of Crash Bandicoot: The Wrath of Cortex, and then I spent many hours trying to get the thing to play on PCSX2. Success. Then the game plays in this crap slow motion. Instead of hearing "Universal Interactive Studios", I hear "Uuunniverrssall Iiinterrraactivvee Stuu-" You get the point. The CPU load never even got above 19%. I attached an image of what plugins I'm using.
Please, someone help me, and give me a reason to not hang myself today.
07-14-2009, 06:59 AM (This post was last modified: 07-14-2009, 07:00 AM by Larfin_Man.)
You have an old version of the graphics plugin, and I'll assume you don't have the latest beta of PCSX2 or the latest beta pack for the plugins? If not, click this link and install the latest beta, then come back and post if it's improved the gameplay or not. We can tell you about speedhacks and such, but we should know if you can play the game fine without them first.
OK, when you select the plugin to use in PCSX2, do you choose GSdx with SSE2? If not then select that one because your processor doesn't support SSSE3 or SSE4.1.
Actually, before you do that, make sure you update DirectX to the latest version. I don't know if you need to update DX10 differently to how you do DX9 so you should just use google or something if you don't know how.
Forget it, I found my old PS2. I burned the ISO to a CD. This shouldn't be illegal because I got a copy from someone else, but it's scratched. My PS2 shows the red screen and says "Please insert a PS2 format disc or whatever." How do I get around this?