Would MMX2 or 3 ever be possible to play on SnemulDS?<_<

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    Or are they both like MarioRPG?...meaning, never...
     
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    They use an additional card which takes another hunk of memory to emulate. Sure it's possible, but it's way more work than it's worth.
     
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    I think it'd be worth it, purely because I think those games were awesome.
     
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    Considering the 80GB PS3 has slowdown in parts of MMX and MMX2 on the X Collection, I seriously doubt it.
     
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    It all depends...
    Do you have a ram pack?
    they probably would help. MMX1 Works fine for me.
     
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    Maybe if you cracked open your PS3 and put in an even bigger hard drive it would work.
     
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    The SNES versions had the same slowdowns in the same spots, if I remember correctly.

    To think that a console with so much juice could have slowdown due to hardware? It's the emulation they're using.

    It took forever to get both of these games emulated on PC, so take that as you want.
     
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    All Megaman X games slowed down enormously at some points on the SNES. X1 had Armor Armadillo's stage.
     
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    Considering that it's a PS2 game running on PS2 Hardware (aka not using an of the PS3) it's not too surprising.
     

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