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    Thanks man this is the best compatibility list I've ever seen you've even went so far as to give a suitable alternative if it doesn't work with 1.70.

    you don't see many people spending the time and effort to do so through of a job.

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    wow.... thats alot of games lol nice thread mate
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    And still a lot more to test...

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    Quote Originally Posted by gladiator (psx datacenter) View Post
    And still a lot more to test...
    wow well keep at it im sure you'll finish it by june
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    thanks for the information

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    thx a lot for this Glad.. now you put me a big question mark on my forehead cose in the list it`s says about Omega Boost working perfect,..and i`ve been having issues with the FMVs (Intro, in-game, and ending.) but that`s another subject , sorry for mention it here. thanks a lot for this info.

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    Great list man


    If i was remotely usefull (how ever unlikey that maybe) feel free to click the thanks button or share some rep.

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    The Omega Boost intro works fine i tested the japanese and pal version if you can explain the problem you have with an screen or more info

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    Quote Originally Posted by gladiator (psx datacenter) View Post
    The Omega Boost intro works fine i tested the japanese and pal version if you can explain the problem you have with an screen or more info
    I have the ntsc-u and literally i can`t watch the FMVs (terrible skipping). Tested the game using my custom config. then switched to the presets "nice" and "fast" config and nothing/nada,.. i even posted the image that I`m using to see if anyone else has this problem...but no complains lol. The game itself plays perfect,..im whinning about the skippy-FMVs.

    http://www.epforums.org/showthread.p...ht=omega+boost

    Edit: I know this "case" goes in the Everything Emulation section, so if i need to post another comment related to this subject, i`ll open a thread there
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    Can you try with the config in the entry http://psxdatacenter.emuparadise.me/...CUS-94449.html i tested the game as run iso and cd and have no problem check the frames the japanese version is also 60 frames and have no problem but have japanese subtitles you can use the software plugin with f7

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    what is the i command?

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    the -i command means that you run epsxe in interpreter mode, is a little slower but for some games is the only way to run them.

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    Resident Evil 2 Dual Shock definitely does not work on epsxe 1.7.0.It has long pauses between camera angle changes and while entering rooms,and completely freezes after some time, randomly.It works great on 1.6.0,though.I'm afraid Resident Evil 3 has the same issues,locking up after some time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dougfunny64 View Post
    Resident Evil 2 Dual Shock definitely does not work on epsxe 1.7.0.It has long pauses between camera angle changes and while entering rooms,and completely freezes after some time, randomly.It works great on 1.6.0,though.I'm afraid Resident Evil 3 has the same issues,locking up after some time.
    actually i have completed resident evil 3 numerous times now on epsxe, i used petes open GL 2.9 eveything on high and it worked great ive manged to beat it on normal and hard mode so im not sure what your problem is
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    Quote Originally Posted by gladiator (psx datacenter) View Post
    Can you try with the config in the entry http://psxdatacenter.emuparadise.me/...CUS-94449.html i tested the game as run iso and cd and have no problem check the frames the japanese version is also 60 frames and have no problem but have japanese subtitles you can use the software plugin with f7
    Hola de nuevo Gladiator, gracias por el psxdatacenter y toda la info que uno puede encontrar allì,trabajo arduo.
    I got the NTSC-J version of Omega Boost and the FMVs run fine now,.. and I`m using the same ePSXe`s config. (Still the ntsc-u is giving me FMVs skiping problems, but now my suspicion fall over the iso i got, and not the emulator. lol) anyway, thank you very much again.

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