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Yeah, It would be nice if the RPCS3 EMU was dependent on the CPU's core speed rather than the CPU's core count like the Dolphin EMU. The Dolphin EMU is optimized for CPUs running at or more than 2.0 GHz with two cores. Having an additional core beyond the two it needs in your CPU won't make Dolphin run any faster -> https://dolphin-emu.org/docs/faq/#wh...u-should-i-use. Both Kingdom Hearts 1.5 Remix and Kingdom Hearts 2.5 Remix are being sold together as a package for around $45 -> https://www.amazon.com/Kingdom-Heart...01M32FMUL?th=1.
I agree. The people that made the one "working" PS3 EMU called RPCS3 need to work on it so that every one could use it. If I had the $2,000 require to get a high end computer, I would buy the PS4 and all four PS4 editions of the Kingdom Hearts saga. 1.5, 2.5, 2.8, and 3. I know 1.5 and 2.5 got ported to the PS4, I don't know if it is two seperate games or if it is a collection type deal where you get both disc in one package. And I was wondering what condition the PC "versons" of 1.5 & 2.5 were. And now I have an idea. An will stop looking for it.
Be careful of those so called "PS3 emulators" - I've read that many of them either have viruses, malware or browser hijacking trojans built inside the executable. At the very least bad case scenario, they are vaporware (The application does nothing - It's like a joke or hoax program). AFAIK, there is only one "working" PS3 EMU called RPCS3 -> https://rpcs3.net. It's an "Official" open source project that can run a few PS3 games but is still buggy and requires the latest high end PC hardware to run smoothly - They mentioned that using an Intel 8 core 6900K CPU would help! -> https://rpcs3.net/faq. If you have $1,000 to spend on a Intel 6900K CPU alone -> https://www.newegg.com/Product/Produ...82E16819117645 then go for it~! They need to tweak that EMU so that the rest of us peeps with older hardware can really use it! Also, out of the 2023 PS3 titles released, only 135 are playable from start to finish, so that gives you an idea of where the EMU currently stands.
It's not fully developed like the PCSX2 EMU is for PS2 games or like the Dolphin EMU is for Wii games but it's still impressive though. Kingdom Hearts 1.5 Remix is on their Compatibility List as unplayable ("Ingame") -> https://rpcs3.net/compatibility?c=k. Still, it's good to keep an eye on that EMU and "Wait and see". I've seen those hacked versions of Kingdom Hearts 1.5 for the PC. I think that it's really a crude, highly customized built-in PS3 EMU that's running the specific game's "ROM" but I never tried it. You can try using using the freeware JDownloader download manger application -> https://board.jdownloader.org/ and see if it helps you.
Yeah, I use Pcsx2. I agree Diablo 2 is time comsuming, But I used a hero editer to buff up my characters. Now I can kill most stuff in one hit and it only takes me twenty to do most quest. I have seen PS3 emulators but none of them work right. And i have seen a couple of people offering a PC verson of Kingdom Hearts 1.5 but I can't ever get said download to work.
Which PS2 EMU are you using? I use PCSX2. I remember playing Diablo (Not Diablo 2) long ago in the '90s with my brother-in-law. We spent the weekend for two days straight trying to complete a quest (Series of missions). I remember that Diablo was a very time consuming game. I never played Diablo 2 or 3 though. Why would you bother trying to DL Kingdom Hearts 1.5 and 2.5 onto your PC? AFAIK, there's no PS3/PS4 EMU yet, so you can't play them anyway!
What game are you hooked on? I'm playing the PC version of Fallout Shelter -> http://www.falloutshelter.com/ whenever I have some free time. I've built my vault currently with 62 people, all of them armed and appropriately suited (e.g. The scientists have lab coats which increase their Intelligence stat), with a select few wearing battle/combat armor (My most powerful soldier/explorer who I send out on quests is wearing a special T-60a power armor and is accompanied by an attack dog). Most of my dwellers are armed with standard weapons like pistols (10mm or scoped .44), rifles (Hunting or Lever action) or shotguns (Full length or sawed off) with the soldiers carrying special weapons like a Sniper rifle, Combat shotgun, laser pistols, a plasma pistol, laser rifles, a Henrietta rifle, a Railway (Rail gun) rifle, a plasma rifle and a Junk Jet (RPG launcher). A complete list of outfits can be seen at -> http://fallout.wikia.com/wiki/Fallout_Shelter_outfits and a complete list of weapons at -> http://fallout.wikia.com/wiki/Fallout_Shelter_weapons.
You should try it out! It's a free download and you can play it offline by running the game's executable directly So that you don't have to worry about being tempted into making any microtransactions online (Bethesda is making money whenever players buy special or rare items to add to their installation of the game. You can also find those items on quests but they're not easy to come by. Some peeps have made hacks for that but then that defeats the purpose of playing the game) -> https://www.reddit.com/r/foshelter/c...sing_bethesda/.
I really want to play Battlefield 1 but some parts of my machine are not up to spec for decent "Smooth" playing:
Core 2 Duo E8500 3.16GHz
8GB DDR2 RAM
400GB free space on SATA HD
Sapphire Radeon HD 6850 1GB DDR5.
My GPU can handle the game but the bottleneck will be the CPU and DDR2 RAM. I could try to overclock the CPU but then the extra voltage would probably shorten my already long used CPU's life (Maybe even fry it sooner since it's so old and probably near the end of its life) and I would need to spend around $40 for an aftermarket CPU cooler.