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Fatal Frame 2 in-game time and date 8h difference
#1
Hello people i got a quick question. Playing Fatal Frame 2 here and i noticed that my in-game time and date is 8h apart from the real world date/time.
Even though i set the ps2 bios date and time correctly. 
Also i believe this relfects all games that show "real world" time and date in the menus...
I'll snap a pic of the in game menu with my phone as an attach...
taken today december 13th 11:08pm... (Serbia here GMT+1)
Game shows dec 14th 7am...
Is there anything i can do to fix it? 
It may be a minor detail but since the emulator is almost perfect (well done guys) i wonder if this is fixable? Smile Thank you in advance...
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#2
What if you perform a full boot instead of fast boot ?
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(12-14-2018, 12:52 AM)jesalvein Wrote: What if you perform a full boot instead of fast boot ?

Besides that i even tried setting the clock 8h in the past to neutralize the time skip, no change and no results,  
Whatever i do with the ps2 bios clock the time in games seems to be fixed 8h forward compared to real world time.
I note, this only happens with games that have a clock with time and date in their menus somewhere shown. 
Both the bios and the memory card saves show proper time and date.
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#4
It could just be how the game handles the time. Does this also happen on a physical PS2? I can at least confirm that 8 hours of all things makes sense, if you're on GMT+1. Japan's timezone is GMT+9, so if the game is being lazy with timezone handling or something, that'd explain why of all things it's 8 hours.
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