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Why do some games emulate superbly while others run so slow...?
#11
Crash Nitro Kart
Fatal Frame II
Tomb Raider: Angel of Darkness
Tokyo Xtreme Racer Zero
Jak & Daxter
Jak2
GTA: Vice City
Devil May Cry
Spider-Man: The Movie
The Simpsons: Road Rage
Crazy Taxi
FFX
FFX-2
Crash Bandicoot & Wrath of Cortex
Star Wars Starfighter

Also, I was going to purchase these games, but not sure how they will run:

God of War
Kingdom Hearts1&2
Ico
SOTC
007: Everything or Nothing
Sonic Heroes
Extermination
Klonoa 2
Spider-Man2
Metal Gear Solid 2
LEGO star wars classic trilogy
Star Wars episode III :ROTS
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#12
Kingdom Hearts 1&2 will be fine, n ot so sure on the other ones, possibly Klonoa 2 will be okay, I either know the others are slow or don't have experience with them.
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#13
007 might run ok, though bond sense is broke in hardware. It might be fixed in opengl, but that'll be slow on your card.
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#14
Crash Nitro Kart (runs perfectly & looks great)
Fatal Frame II (runs perfectly & looks great)
Tomb Raider: Angel of Darkness (runs fine)
Jak & Daxter (crashes before PS2 logo)
Jak2 (runs fine in native with jagged visuals)
GTA: Vice City (kind of slow. Okay visuals. Choppy music.)
Devil May Cry (kind of slow. okay visuals. Some graphic glitches.
Spider-Man: The Movie (looks good, but really slow)
FFX (runs perfectly & looks great)
FFX-2 (glitchy visuals, slow sound, slow during FMV's)
Crash Bandicoot & Wrath of Cortex (runs perfectly & looks great)
Star Wars Starfighter (looks and sounds fine/ but really slow)
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#15
An A6 CPU is not state of the art anymore, neither is your graphics card.
So I'd say FFX/X-2/FFXII/KH1/KH2 are fine and should run fullspeed most of the time.

There are some games on pcsx2 where even high end i7 processors struggle with.
code is simply not optimized enough for these games, sometimes its the game itself and they even lag on the real PS2.
Shadow of the Colossos for example uses frameskip on the PS2 while it requires VU cycle stealing Speedhack on pcsx2 in order to work.

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#16
(12-29-2015, 03:55 AM)jlperk8 Wrote: Jak & Daxter (crashes before PS2 logo)

This game hates custom resolution while using DX9/11
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#17
This game runs only properly in software mode for me.
in hardware, no matter if dx9/11 or opengl it has shadow issues and the characters eyes are messed up.

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#18
I can verify as long as you keep Dmc at native you should be fine or 2x if you want to live dangerously
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#19
Please rate my my PS2/PS1 library. What do ya'll think? (just bought KH2 and GOW used)

Crash Bandicoot (PSX)
Crash Bandicoot: Wrath of Cortex
Crash Nitro Kart
Crazy Taxi
Devil May Cry
Fatal Frame II
FFX
FFX-2
Gran Turismo 3
GTA: Vice City
God of War
Jak & Daxter
JakII
Kingdom Hearts 2
Spider-Man: The Movie
Spyro: Year of the Dragon (PSX)
Star Wars Starfighter
The Simpsons: Road Rage
Tokyo Xtreme Racer Zero
Tomb Raider (PSX)
Tomb Raider: Angel of Darkness
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#20
5/7 perfect







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