actually, all those settings are what i have set on the emulator already. and i havent really played any other games. i dont really wanna play too many games at once. i dont even have a lot of time to play this one as it isKirby said:guessing that these 'other parts' are the parts where there is alot of action in them. General performance settings will help out (lower sound to 22Mhz, return to Normal filtering, lower the window size).....does this choppiness also happen with other games too?
just because you paid a thousand bucks, doesn't mean it's a top-of-the-line PC
Try VBA 1.8b2. Since this version has more accurate clock ticks calculation and your computer is powerful enough, metroid fusion being choppy should be gone.Poose22 said:i just got VBA and im playing through metroid fusion and its being choppy for me on some parts. i just spent 1000$ on my computer, so my computer is up to date. im running version 1.7.1. what can i do to resolve this? thanx
i actually tried it a few days ago. same thing happenedsuanyuan said:Try VBA 1.8b2. Since this version has more accurate clock ticks calculation and your computer is powerful enough, metroid fusion being choppy should be gone.
I am not a expert of VBA, but I am very interested to do some experiments with different setting to solve this problem. If you like please post a VBA save game of Metroid Fusion when VBA became choppy (press S-F1 to make a save game).Poose22 said:i actually tried it a few days ago. same thing happened