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    You ever delve into the emulator realm of programming before? Pretty rad how much you know about programming El.
    I was one of the programmers in the very early, original MAME team.

    Always loved emulation, done it both for fun and professionally.

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    I was one of the programmers in the very early, original MAME team.

    Always loved emulation, done it both for fun and professionally.
    ing isane! That's rad El.

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    I don't know about that. Not saying it's easy, but you would really want all the SPE's to run on the GPU. It was something I really wanted to tackle at some point, but it didn't happen.
    You don't think it would take Sony years to develop something that can top RPCS3? I'm pretty impressed nearly 68% of the library runs well on 6c/12t Intel chips from the Skylake gen and newer in RPCS3. You think they'll hit a bottleneck though emulating on cpu instead of gpu? Is that a logical step for them to make for performance once they're pretty satisfied they're emulating the system accurately?
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    I don't know about that. Not saying it's easy, but you would really want all the SPE's to run on the GPU. It was something I really wanted to tackle at some point, but it didn't happen.
    Speaking of emulation, have you followed MiSTer fpga at all lately? Can't believe they're running PS1 in fpga right now. Dude who wrote the PS1 core said he did a software emulator focusing entirely on accuracy and said he'd need a modern processor clocked at something like 9 to 11 GHz to get it to run full speed in software.

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    PSN premium already running into walls. Apparently a bunch of PS1 classics such as Siphon Filter are not getting downloaded because of copyright issues so they’re just vanishing from the store.

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    PSN premium already running into walls. Apparently a bunch of PS1 classics such as Siphon Filter are not getting downloaded because of copyright issues so they’re just vanishing from the store.
    Wish Playstation would bring all those PS2 Classics I bought on my PS3 to PS5.

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    You don't think it would take Sony years to develop something that can top RPCS3? I'm pretty impressed nearly 68% of the library runs well on 6c/12t Intel chips from the Skylake gen and newer in RPCS3. You think they'll hit a bottleneck though emulating on cpu instead of gpu? Is that a logical step for them to make for performance once they're pretty satisfied they're emulating the system accurately?
    I'm not sure, it really depends which team at Sony decides to tackle it. Sony knows every corner of the hardware and software of the PS3, something the RPCS3 team didn't really have (they probably had access to the SDK, but not the source of the BIOS and OS).

    Japan did the PSP on PS3 emu and the PS1 on PSP, and those were built with that knowledge. On the other hand, back when I was involved in that, we had to write the PSP and PS1 emus from scratch without that info.

    Speaking of emulation, have you followed MiSTer fpga at all lately? Can't believe they're running PS1 in fpga right now. Dude who wrote the PS1 core said he did a software emulator focusing entirely on accuracy and said he'd need a modern processor clocked at something like 9 to 11 GHz to get it to run full speed in software.
    No, I've been wanting to buy one, also for the Amiga emulation. On the PS1, that sounds like bull to be honest, especially with multicore processors. He might be great with VHDL, but maybe not that great with software emus.

    I have some authority to talk about that. Here's a bit of trivia: the PS1 emu shipping games for Playstation Plus Premium is neither the PS1 on PSP emu nor the PS1 mini emu. It's an evolution of the PS1 emu that was originally written and included as an easter egg with MediEvil PS4.


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    PSN premium already running into walls. Apparently a bunch of PS1 classics such as Siphon Filter are not getting downloaded because of copyright issues so they’re just vanishing from the store.
    This should be fixed by now. It was a technical problem, AFAIK.

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    Ghost of Tsushima is SO GOOD, it's like a combination of the greatest games: RDR2, Assassins Creed, Skyrim, Nioh. I just need to master the parry system.

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    Ghost of Tsushima is SO GOOD, it's like a combination of the greatest games: RDR2, Assassins Creed, Skyrim, Nioh. I just need to master the parry system.
    Definitely lives up to the hype, though I prefer going loud and challenging everyone to doing the stealth which feels like an old AC game. Still, I know everyone has been begging for Ubisoft to do an AC game in Japan and Sucker Punch beat them to it.

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    Definitely lives up to the hype, though I prefer going loud and challenging everyone to doing the stealth which feels like an old AC game. Still, I know everyone has been begging for Ubisoft to do an AC game in Japan and Sucker Punch beat them to it.
    The graphics are literally unbelievable. I prefer the challenge system as well just for the awesome animation and the mini game is fun.

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    Splitting time between two games. Playing Sekiro when I'm sick of reading Japanese in Dragon Quest 3 and playing Dragon Quest 3 when I'm sick of dying in Sekiro.

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    The sequel needs more Yuna. Make her a playable character.

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    If they are smart they will take their time like Rockstar did with RDR2. Make it epic.

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    ElNono what’s the thinking behind the price of The Last Of Us 1 remake being 70 dollars?

    Money grubbing at its finest right there.

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    ElNono what’s the thinking behind the price of The Last Of Us 1 remake being 70 dollars?

    Money grubbing at its finest right there.
    I know, and I feel the same way, tbh. I'm with you it's a money grab.

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    Man I have been playing the Super Famicom remake of Dragon Quest 3 in Japanese, and it's littered with all kinds of dirty jokes. Like the town in the game famous for its cabaret show is called アッサラーム, which sounds a lot like Ass Ram. Or you pay a girl for a puff puff, she takes you into a dark room in her house, and then you find out it's her fat dad rubbing his s all over your face when the lights come on.

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