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Tekken Tag Tournament - PAL - SCES50001
#1
Hey guys =) Got a little problem =/
Been trying to get TTT to work on my rig =(

So basically, this is what happens...
1. I start the emulation
2. It goes all the way to the "Playstation 2" logo
3. It stays black indefinitely..

Been toying around with the settings trying to fix it.. but no dice =(
Other games run relatively well.. dunno whats with TTT =/

Rig : i7-2630QM / 8GB RAM / GTX 460M 1.5GB / Windows7 Home Prem. x64
PCSX2 version : 0.9.7 r3876

Thanks in advance!
~Pheo
i7-2630QM / 8GB RAM / 500GB + 500 GB HDD / GTX460M 1.5GB / 4x BluRay / Win7 Home Premium x64
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#2
As far as I know, Tekken Tag is "broken" in the current public beta (r3878). It should be working again (and most likely better) with the next release.

TTT did run on the old beta (r1888), but it will most likely run slow on your laptop.
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#3
tekken Tag tournament is not playable with 0.97 use 0.96 Wink
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#4
(04-04-2011, 05:17 PM)abdo123 Wrote: tekken Tag tournament is not playable with 0.97 use 0.96 Wink

Oh! That simple?
Haha =) Ill try it out XD
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#5
Strange how some of the earliest games for the PS2, seem to give the most problems....

You would have thought that early games, not using the PS2 to anything like its full potential, would be easier for the Emu to handle...

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#6
Earlier BIOS's had the most hacks, so developers had to work around them. However in this case, it was my cock up Tongue2
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#7
Thanks! It works now =)
Altho.. I seem to be having the black lines issue...
I remember seeing a post here about that =/
Will have to look for it =)

Glad it worked XD.. was feeling nostalgic
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#8
square res (example :1200x1200),native res or SW mode
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#9
Tekken Tag is a very harsh game to emulate.
PCSX2 1888 seems the best one to work with, I also replaced the default plugings that come with r1888 to the 0.9.7 3878 plugins.
it seems to give a little bost.

with PCSX2 0.9.7 4268 it did work again, but my system cannot get full fps even when overclocked to 4.4 GHz
In the the snowy stage I get 44-53 max (I have NTSC)
In ogre stage I get 35-50 fps with or without speedhacks.

also try what abdo123 suggested 1200x1200 resolution...
it most likely to work well that way.
but SW mode will kill your framerate not only in this game, but all tekken games.
This replay can help you get some speed in Tekken Tag If you have issues
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(04-04-2011, 05:52 PM)hallmark Wrote: Tekken Tag is a very harsh game to emulate.
PCSX2 1888 seems the best one to work with, I also replaced the default plugings that come with r1888 to the 0.9.7 3878 plugins.
it seems to give a little bost.

with PCSX2 0.9.7 4268 it did work again, but my system cannot get full fps even when overclocked to 4.4 GHz
In the the snowy stage I get 44-53 max (I have NTSC)
In ogre stage I get 35-50 fps with or without speedhacks.

also try what abdo123 suggested 1200x1200 resolution...
it most likely to work well that way.
but SW mode will kill your framerate not only in this game, but all tekken games.
it is just an option
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