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graphics problems in 2 games
03-05-2013, 12:27 AM
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graphics problems in 2 games
not sure what section this goes in but...

some games like What_Did_I_Do_To_Deserve_This_My_Lord_2_USA_UMD_PSP-PLAYASiA and (not sure if its because i played the previous one first and the issue somehow transferred) Castlevania_Dracula_X_Chronicles_USA_INTERNAL_READNFO_PSP-pSyPSP have this weird graphics issue where...its hard to describe asi don't know the right terminology o.O it looks like something that can be done with a video camera though.

i love you castlevania but this iso's cutscenes are absurdly slow in this emulator (a impressive 1 FPS >.> ) and to that end this game is unplayable till i get a better computer (a desktop one).

first pic is from the castlevania game: http://img715.imageshack.us/img715/4919/90831208.png (took around 5-10 minutes to get this pic)

and from the other game (it mainly happens on the world map or minimap in a lvl on this game): http://img43.imageshack.us/img43/3937/12209694.png

not quite as bad in the 2nd pic as it seems to simply be inverted vertically... now that i think of it, the problem in the castlevania pic might possibly be why its running at 1 FPS when i have frame skip set anywhere from 5-max.

was about to ask for help with this on another site i frequent but thought i should post here too to see if any of you guys could help.
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