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That feel when you plan on emulating a game you played in your childhood on PCSX2.

You get everything installed. Set up the controls and the audio. 
Game starts, it runs very smoothly in the opening cutscene and title screen.

 

Then the game begins...and it is beyond choppy. The framerate was in between 17-25. 

I look online for help, configure settings, make changes...no dice. 

None of it works.

 

2 hours of my life...wasted.

My childhood shall NEVER BE REGAINED.

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Poor airbrushy i feel for you. What game was it?

Project Altered Beast.

What's sad is that there's a video of the game, on the same emulator, AND IT RUNS SMOOTHLY.

 

What if I tell you...

I just finished the first devil may cry on pcsx2 with no problems?

 

I HATE YOU

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I bought used PS2 few months ago, with tons of games for about 17-18 bucks (conversion rates and such nonsense).

Playing Tekken/Soul Calibur is noice, very noice indeed.

I could get a PS2 here, but the ONLY COPY of the game I really wanna play, is Japanese...FUN RIGHT.

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That feel when you plan on emulating a game you played in your childhood on PCSX2.

You get everything installed. Set up the controls and the audio. 

Game starts, it runs very smoothly in the opening cutscene and title screen.

 

Then the game begins...and it is beyond choppy. The framerate was in between 17-25. 

I look online for help, configure settings, make changes...no dice. 

None of it works.

 

2 hours of my life...wasted.

My childhood shall NEVER BE REGAINED.

That feel when it runs smoothly because you spent a rediculous amount of money on your PC....... aaaaand the emulator crashes because it's terrible.

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That feel when you plan on emulating a game you played in your childhood on PCSX2.

You get everything installed. Set up the controls and the audio. 

Game starts, it runs very smoothly in the opening cutscene and title screen.

 

Then the game begins...and it is beyond choppy. The framerate was in between 17-25. 

I look online for help, configure settings, make changes...no dice. 

None of it works.

 

2 hours of my life...wasted.

My childhood shall NEVER BE REGAINED.

hmm,what game pray tell?

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I could get a PS2 here, but the ONLY COPY of the game I really wanna play, is Japanese...FUN RIGHT.

well mine are original but there are "ways" (getting HDD to work or burning roms).

 

how much are you willing to sacrifice Tenno?!

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I have Project Altered Beast (or just Altered Beast here in little England land) on PS2. It's...okay...I like it because transforming into stuff is hella cool but it didn't do great in the long run. I had the only copy of the game that was on sale at the time ಠ_ಠ

 

 

Why exactly do you want to play it? :v

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I have Project Altered Beast (or just Altered Beast here in little England land) on PS2. It's...okay...I like it because transforming into stuff is hella cool but it didn't do great in the long run. I had the only copy of the game that was on sale at the time ಠ_ಠ

 

 

Why exactly do you want to play it? :v

T'was my childhood game. I have so many fond memories of it. 

To me, it was the best game I had ever played (before Persona 3 that is)

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Disney's The Haunted Mansion

And Project Altered Beast.

i dunno of the first one

 

but Altered Beast was dope

 

 

What if i told you, you can download the game on your PC and play it on the ps2?

Watson

 

 

you can actually.

you and even get this software and store multiple games in a usb external hard drive

 

alternatively, you can replace the lazer disk reader in your ps2 with an altered one that can read pirated copies

and you can just mount games on a CD and run it in your ps2

 

however the latter is more risky so I suggest the external hard drive method if you ever decide to go through with it.

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you can actually.

you and even get this software and store multiple games in a usb external hard drive

 

alternatively, you can replace the lazer disk reader in your ps2 with an altered one that can read pirated copies

and you can just mount games on a CD and run it in your ps2

 

however the latter is more risky so I suggest the external hard drive method if you ever decide to go through with it.

i am confuse.

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i am confuse.

There are a number of game shops in my area that utilize this method.

these shops let you play ps2 games for a half an hour charge.

Due to how isolated the area i live in is, they do not have the luxury of buying games

and so they sort of go pirate

and tor a bulk of ps2 games,store it in a usb hard drive and install a software which allows for organised access to these games.

Typically just one of these hard drives have about 20 to 40 games in em.

they make about 3 to for of these usb devices and plug em to 3 or 4 ps2s

so now,when you load up the ps2

instead of the ps2 menu, it displays the software menu

with all the games listed.

 

If you want, I can go to the market and ask those people regarding this software and how it works.

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you can get some help from the official web-site -> www.pcsx2.net/

 

just so you know, there is different bios for pcsx emulator

which one have you been trying to use ?

can you try with a different one ?

the plug-ins should not be an issue...

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