Perfect PS Emulator for windows

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jackalx66

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does anyone know what ps emulator that i can use for play the legend of legaia?
(playstation)
actually it's my friends Q but i can't help him because i don't play sony ps ^_^'
he is try with the VGS(virtual game station)
but don't seem to work

anybody know this answer, pls reply

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white-zero

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if he's using it with win xp, try download the patch at aldos tool website (google it)

jackalx66

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Blau Mond

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Quote by white-zeroif he's using it with win xp, try download the patch at aldos tool website (google it)


yes ..he just did but the say it's "not supported game" error
anyway thx for ur answer

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snx

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imho: Use ePSXE 1.60

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jackalx66

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Blau Mond

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thax i wil try that

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Zerowing

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hey can u play any ps game on that emulator? (is it legal?)

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  • Oct 10, 2004

jackalx66

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Blau Mond

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Quote by Zerowinghey can u play any ps game on that emulator? (is it legal?)


i think it legal
coz he buy the cd game not rip it

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snx

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imho: ePSXE 1.60 rulez :)

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Kei-kun

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Hehehe that's obvious.... ePSXe 1.60 hands down. It's a bit technical and fiddly when it comes to configuring the right settings for the video to get optimal performance, but if you have high-performance graphics card then that shouldn't be a problem.

  • Oct 10, 2004

jackalx66

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Blau Mond

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thx for ur suggestions

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ePSXe 1.60 is the best. PS emulation is just about perfect now.

  • Oct 11, 2004

gundex

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agree! ePSXe 1.60 is the best PS emu ... for graphics plug-in use Pete's GPU plug-in (great for GeForce user, if u an ATI user... well i haven't try that plug-in on ATI cards yet...) for other plug-in i suggest you use Pete's plug-in too.... (Pete make graphic, sound and cd-rom plug-in too)... ^_^

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is there a ps2 emu around? VGS was pretty good but too bad it doesnt work for XP and a P4

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i also use epxe and it seems to have no problem running any roms...so far i was able to play lunar, ff7-9, chrono cross, and other various titles

Zeuz

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Quote by snximho: Use ePSXE 1.60


agreed epsxe is a very good ps emulator.

  • Oct 18, 2004
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well as you may know i reckon patches will do it all for XP but for PS 2 it might not work as good as it does for XP

  • Oct 19, 2004

icom158

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Quote by The-Voidis there a ps2 emu around? VGS was pretty good but too bad it doesnt work for XP and a P4


PCSX2 is working on it. They have gotten pretty far.

Quote by Zerowinghey can u play any ps game on that emulator? (is it legal?)


The emulator is legal if they reverse engineer it without information used to design it. Playing games is legal if you own the games. Bleem! got bought out, but it seemed to be legal. Bleem! only let you play black disc. My PS collection is getting old. Must have backups for them.

  • Nov 19, 2004
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Oh wow, Legend of Legaia. It's been so long since i've heard of that game, let alone played it. I absolutely loved it too. Only complaint was that the last side quest boss was harder than the actual final boss.

  • Nov 20, 2004

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