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Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by test84, Jun 9, 2007.
which SNES emulator on DS can play Chrono Trigger without problem?
i mean 100% compatible.
Stay with SNESmulDS
so what bugs does SNESmulDS have on CT?
Layers of 2/0/3/1 needed for some backgrounds to look good, but you have to switch back to Auto for battles. Appears to work well from the limited amount of time that was spent testing it.
yeah, i found that too.
think have to wait to get my DS and check it out myself.
i just dot want to go like 70% of game and just get stuck behind a bug and i hate to start all over again.
Well you'll have the .sav file
AFAIK there's not that kind of bug, just some layer issues. ot that big deal.
yeah, i'll have .sav file but its not compatible with other emulators! so garbage.
it doesnt say how frequent the graphic bug occur and they didnt put much time on it, i think i'll be the one to test it throughly.
SNEmulDS is an excelent peice of software you will not be disapointed playing a game all the way through on it.
I said this before, maybe not in this forum, but in another one, that some group should focus on getting Chrono Trigger to just WORK on the DS. I'm not saying I need a full SNES emulator, I'm talking just playing Chrono Trigger in all of its glory with full speed and working graphics as close to 100% as possible. Then we'll all be happy!
why u insulted me ? why.
I don't know, but I reported him.
You didn't say anything to deserve such a moronic reply.
I doubt that it was directed towards you.
hey, u just signed up here and posted ur first message to say that he wasnt directing at me?
Shiro786 == llxwarbirdxll ?!
No, I've registered a few days ago to read some of the posts here.
I probably won't post here ever again.
Meh. Ignore 'em all
I just started using SNEmulDS yesterday. Chrono Trigger was the first game I tried. I've only played about 5 minutes of it though. I found the dialogue boxes that come up sort of cut the tops of the words off. You can still read them but it can get a wee bit annoying. Also, the backgrounds for the dialogue boxes don't render properly. That's all I've found so far.
I played through chrono trigger fully a while ago (all side quests etc).. there are like 5-8 places in total where you have to change the layers to see the place almost correctly. Other than that you just go along with 'auto'. Text suffers a bit, but if you go to options and change the 'outlook' of your dialogue, the text gets even better. All in all, the text is perfectly readable, but it's not perfect. I didn't have any speed problems at all with the game (naturally it's not 100%, more like 95-99%) but unless you are the 'hey look, it's a tiny dustcorn in the corner of your room so it's not clean' kind of guy. Then you won't even notice it.
I enjoyed the game fully and so will you unless you're one damn picky guy regarding perfect emulation.
you can always go to the game options and just switch the view to top instead of middle so you can see the text. but doing that all the time would get annoying. hopefully with the next release they will have an auto size feature so you dont have to do that.
@Killermech : which emulator u used and with which options to play chrono trigger in that quality?
how u know which emulator he used?!
and which options should we use to get best compatibility?