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Will the new DirectX 11 plugins fix.....
#1
....Wild Arms 4 Lighting Problem???

This is one of the few games i REALLY want to play.

I know that software mode can fix it BUT even my 3.16 Ghz Core 2 Duo is slow as snails in this mode.

Will this be finally playable?

Thanks.
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#2
Playable? it is playable already...

It has nothing to do with DX11.
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I know it is playable but the Lighting issue makes it hard to play it. Going software mode is not really good for me since I only get around 40FPS almost everywhere.

I heard that the Lighing problem issue is caused by the Plugins.

Unless there is a way aside from software mode like a game fix or something that i am missing.
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Who knows? The DX11 implementation of GSdx at the moment is practically non-existent, it's the exact same with DX10 in terms of speed and compatibility with some added stability/crash problems.
Since we can't tell the future I don't think anyone can answer you that.
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Hahha nice Answer Bosit.

Cant what the future of PCSX2 holdsSmile i REALLY hope it really fixes it.

then ill wish you devs a Merry Christmas and Happy new YearSmile
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Maybe with fermi already released with directx.11 than gsdx plugin will be full compatible since this plugin came from nvidia program or i was missing an info??.
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>> Emulation speed differs for each game. There will be some you can run fast easily, but others will simply require more powerfull hardware <<.
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What fermi? it hasnt been released yet.(late Januray to April, i think is the RUMORED release date. Of course Nvidia has been wrong for months now)

I dont think this is a ATI only issue...
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The answer maybe just simple if that program hasnt enought resources than stuck in waiting times, but who knows if someone has the right explanation.
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>> Emulation speed differs for each game. There will be some you can run fast easily, but others will simply require more powerfull hardware <<.
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#9
Any months later I come with the same problem with that game... But exactly the same I'm impressed. The remedy is... hu... waiting I guess ? ^^"

There's a picture of the bug:
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#10
ZZogl does not have the problem, and it is somewhat faster and has greater image quality than dx10 software mode( 20ish vs 30ish fps with my pc) for this game.
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