Its about 9 years old, but yet the emulator isn't perfect, and my guess you need a high end computer to run it good. ??OuterWorldVoice said:It's because the Wii graphics and CPU hardware is in some ways about nine years old. Generation argument is moot.
Vinlaen said:Does Super Mario Galaxy run very slow during certain parts?
I can't seem to get a straight answer on this but I'm using the latest version of Dolphin (compiled by myself from the SVN last night), and Super Mario Galaxy sometimes shows 30 FPS and 60 VPS.
For example, in the opening scene of the game where bowser attacks the town the game appears to be running at half speed. This also occurs in the "level select" area.
However, once I get into a level I usually get 60 FPS and 60 VPS.
I don't think my system is the problem but I have no idea...
Here's my specs:
Intel C2D E8400 @ 4.0 GHz
8 GB RAM
Thanks for any help...
Stallion Free said:It's actually working perfect for me on 2.0.
Stallion Free said:And out of curiosity, Wii Sports. Runs flawlessly performance wise, but doesn't always render the eyes:
cacildo said:Wii sports pictures looks amazing.
I love wii sports art style. Its clean and fun. Better resolution dosent change the gameplay, but i sure wish we could play it in 720p
By the way...
Can you take this personal request....
And post some Link´s Crossbow training HD pictures?
Some random pictures, but especially level 1-1??
JADS said:Disable safe texture cache
DarkUSS said:Silent Hill looks great! How do you control the flashlight on the emulator?
Stallion Free said:
Schlomo said:Are you sure? That would be awesome. But I couldn't find anything about this issue being fixed in the Dolphin forums, so I can't quite believe you.
Metalmurphy said:Anyone tried Monster Hunter Tri yet?
You need to use a custom revision for the game. With it'll run at full speed even on a slow CPU.Stallion Free said:I tried the demo and it ran at 1 fps during the character selection and I wasn't interested in the game enough to try to make it work.