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Discussion in 'Computer Games and General Discussion' started by themuddaload, Apr 19, 2009.
for Gamecube, ps2, xbox?
i really feel like playing timesplitters, and no longer have my gamecube =(
PS2 emulation is coming along a fair bit:
Your PC had better be powerful though.
PS2 and Game Cube emulation is pretty good, few glitches here and there, but most games are working.
But you need a really good PC, multi-core CPU is a must. I can play Crysis on my PC but can't get more than 15FPS on Final Fantasy X (in game.. menu screens go up to 100FPS ).
As for the XBox, there's one emulator called Cxbx that can run some games, never tested it. And anyway, no one cares much about Xbox emulation since 99% of the games from the Xbox library have PC ports..
2ghz core2 quad, nvidia 9800m GTX, think thats good enough? this is what a faq on gamefaqs says the ps2 specs are:
System: Sony Playstation 2
Japanese launch: 3/4/2000
U.S.A launch: October 26 2000
U.S.A launch Price: $299.00
Format: CD-ROM(Playstation)and DVD-ROM(Playstation 2)
Is backwards compatible with Playstation 1!
CPU: 128-Bit "Emotion Engine"
Graphics processor: 150Mhz GS
Clock speed: 294.912 MHz
Full anti-aliasing: No
FLOPS: 6.2 Billion
Polygons per second: 75 Million, 20 Million with effects
RAM: 32 Megabyte
Sound processor: 48 Channel/48Khz
DVD-ROM speed: 4X
CD-ROM speed: 24X
Max game size: 4.7 Gigabyte (per DVD)
Controller ports: 2
Save game type: 8MB Memory Card
Memory card slots: 2
Vibration type: Dual Shock 2
Modem included: Not in the box, but supported
Broadband/Ethernet: Not yet, but supported
HDTV support: Yes
Mascot: Best game: SSX
Lol, that wont get what you want.
(Try searching Dolphin Emu.)
Apparently it is getting somewhere with the Wii too.
just wondering, is there a program that can tell you how many flops your computer is capable of?
Dolphin for GC, PCSX2 for PS2. You need a pretty good set-up though. And obviously games won't run perfectly.