yeah, this is the best Saturn emulator
The Sega Saturn emulator for Windows called SSF has once again seen a new beta release, heres whats new via translation.
Execution processing of SH2 order was modified.
It made dynamic recompiling exclusive use attendant upon that.
The ended cord/code processing of VDP1 was corrected.
It reaching the point where the person of Code R is indicated, it increases.
The drawing processing of VDP1 was modified.
MaximalSpriteNumbers option was abolished attendant upon that.
It reaching the point where [suteraasaruto] SS moves, it increases.
Mapping it did also the memory space which the mirror is done.
The software whose operation is doubtful from R9 is several, but
Because the fact that it is close with the apparatus is expectation of this version
(Timing being agreeable) is moving probably is until now accidentally .
After the SSF starting until the window becomes large, when the space is pushed,
The value of SH2 Instruction Numbers is dropped 6 temporarily comparatively.
As for the software which stops when this is done, there are times when it operates.
Not to modify setting, because also the [te] is good, perhaps convenience.
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wow i havent even gotten a chance to check out R8.
is that translation saying that this version is slower but more accurate?
Well R8 seemed slower than R7. So I was also gathering from the info that this one seems slower. I guess I'll just have to give it a whirl when I get off of work. I would rather have it more accurate and a bit slower. This definitly is the best Saturn emulator out there.
Man is it good cause i have to unpack mi Saturn ive had it put away because of the upcomming counsils
Hmm, that's strange. I managed to run Sonic Jam from the CD Drive OK. But there was lots of lagging, though. Maybe I need a faster CD drive. I'm gonna try running it from my HDD, see if that improves it.Originally Posted by Vangar
Is this the only Sega Saturn emulator which lets you use a controller? I love using controllers to play games on my PC.
hehe, it is not so easyOriginally Posted by porchemasi
When a PSP has a 3.0Ghz processor, then we will see a port :P.Originally Posted by JKKDARK
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