last gen console emulation

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Apr 19, 2009

last gen console emulation by themuddaload at 4:51 PM (1,004 Views / 0 Likes) 7 replies

  1. themuddaload
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    for Gamecube, ps2, xbox?

    i really feel like playing timesplitters, and no longer have my gamecube =(
     
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    Google Dolphin [​IMG]
     
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    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 [​IMG]).

    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.. [​IMG]
     
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    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
    Resolution: 1080x1224
    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
     
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    Lol, that wont get what you want.

    (Try searching Dolphin Emu.)

    Apparently it is getting somewhere with the Wii too.
     
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    just wondering, is there a program that can tell you how many flops your computer is capable of?
     
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    Dolphin for GC, PCSX2 for PS2. You need a pretty good set-up though. And obviously games won't run perfectly.
     

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