Azel Panzer Dragoon is one of the few games that girigiri-gav can play rather well, actually. the backgrounds might seem really jumpy, but otherwise it should work fine.emusnicker said:Would any emulators be able to play Panzer Dragoon Saga at close to full speed on a
Athlon XP 1800
Radeon 9700 Pro
512 DDR Ram
I was referring to girigiri as the most developed emulator.cooliscool said:Poor? No way, it's amazing. SSF, although requires a CPU with SSE2, has incredible compatibility, speed, and supports sound quite well. If you're implying it's only in Japanese, no.. by default it's in english, actually. Its website is in Japanese, but it's not necessary. Shima is really working his ass off to bring this to us.. I really respect the guy.
Satourne is also very promising these days, as well.
That must've been a pretty damn old version because even the 0.06 versions of SSF can run it fine.RZetlin said:I was referring to girigiri as the most developed emulator.
Last time I tried SSF it couldn't even run Radiant Silvergun.
Borisz said:That must've been a pretty damn old version because even the 0.06 versions of SSF can run it fine.
By the way, last time I checked girigiri-gav, it couldn't even recognize Radiant Silvergun as a game.
Eh? What is with this silly nonsense about GiriGiri can't play Radiant Silvergun on a P3 733? :nono:cooliscool said:It's no contest, SSF is the best Saturn emulator currently, no argument necessary. Regardless, you can't expect Saturn emulation to be nearly enjoyable with a P3 733.
Yeah, and Radiant Silvergun is flawless.
For P3 it's half the speed the game should be running at.cooliscool said:And it's completely fullspeed, no issues whatsoever? I doubt it.
Opps, you are right PDS is fully playable; the graphics are almost flawless, and the music sounds awesome the only drawback is I have to play it at work where I have access to a P4 :evil:PsyMan said:Emm... SSF already runs Panzer Dragoon Saga. It even runs a lot of games that do not run or have serious problems on Giri giri (ie: Sonic 3d, Sonic R, Virtual On, Thunderforce V, etc.)
However, Giri giri is indeed the best choice for people with slower CPUs or CPUs that don't have SSE2 support but I sense that this is going to change when the next version of Satourne will be released...