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by marurun Fri Nov 16, 2007 7:20 pm

Maybe some fighters or Soukyugurentai or something. I'm definitely interested in the Shining Force III translations. Chapter 1 is nearing completion with the re-translation project.
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by The Apprentice Fri Nov 16, 2007 9:26 pm

My desktop runs Clockwork Night in SSF at full speed, which is pretty good since my computer is just a so-so model from Dell. Tis a good emulator.
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by fastbilly1 Sat Nov 17, 2007 12:24 am

Oh good, you picked games I actually have. I will try them out tomorrow, or right now if I have the bios on my other pc...
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by fastbilly1 Sat Nov 17, 2007 1:31 am

Shining Force runs alittle slow on SSF and Cassini and it does have some minor graphical glitches, I do not remember dots under the words when people were talking. However it is quite playable.

Soukyugurentai however runs very slow on Cassini and I could not make it run on SSF for some reason. But it is late and I did just get in from a party so I will try again tomorrow.

Sadly I do not believe the chip on the EEE supports SSE2, meaning Saturn emulation is not possible. I found this out because apparently my xp 2600+ doesnt support it either.

Ammenduem:
My mistake - the EEE does support SSE2, it does not support SSE3. Saturn emulation is a possibility. But if my rig is running them slow, and Yabause requires much higher specs than Cassini or SSF, well I dont have much faith in it running NiGHTS full speed.
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by cloudrat7 Thu Dec 13, 2007 5:13 pm

Trust me
ssf emulator is probably the best emulator out there.
it's always getting an update. actually this is the only saturn
emulator that's currently active. A ton of games work on this full speed
but it also depends on your computer setup. you really need a high end comp
the emulator to work. but not a totally maxed out one.
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