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Naruto Ultimate Ninja 5 problem
#11
There seems to be absolutely NO problem in Naruto:Ultimate Ninja 5 when I play it.I get decent 24-26 FPS.But dont turn on speedhacks I am too lazy to check it myself but there is a speedhack that causes ALL the background to disappear alongwith other things for e.g. you cant even see the kunai the enemy throws at you BUT I GET LIKE 70-75 FPS LOL Wink.
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#12
[quote='Speedy42' pid='110871' dateline='1273577041']
There seems to be absolutely NO problem in Naruto:Ultimate Ninja 5 when I play it.I get decent 24-26 FPS.But dont turn on speedhacks I am too lazy to check it myself but there is a speedhack that causes ALL the background to disappear alongwith other things for e.g. you cant even see the kunai the enemy throws at you BUT I GET LIKE 70-75 FPS LOL Wink.
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Is the celeron dual core really that bad? My i3 at stock speeds destroys that game with like 70 average, with no speed hacks whatsoever.
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#13
this game is one of the easy games to emulate in terms of cpu power u need (as for the i3 its a new generation cpu many years after celeron!)
well naruto games always had problems with black or disapearing backgrounds but generally works fine in any pcsx2 version i have tried

as for the fight after deidara i havent played the game that much to get there but maybe its a problem of the emulator u can try using newer svn's that maybe got this fixed
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#14
My ones NOT a dual core that's why I call it crappy all the time but still It's performing better than expected Smile
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#15
i have problem i dont know how to fix it

watch: http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/lightbox/

plz help ASAP

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#16
(03-18-2011, 10:29 AM)arvin_tan22 Wrote: i have problem i dont know how to fix it

watch: http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/lightbox/

plz help ASAP

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svn versions aren't supported.
try latest offical beta instead
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#17
(03-18-2011, 11:55 AM)jesalvein Wrote: svn versions aren't supported.
try latest offical beta instead

how do i do that?


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#18
You download and install it. http://forums.pcsx2.net/Forum-Public-beta-builds
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