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  • abdullahsaurus
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    It woud be great if emulation station could support a ps2 emulation I found one, it may work not sure. I am new to the raspberry pi.

    abdullahsaurus
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    This is the link
    http://pcsx2.net/

    zantos
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    i dont think it will work on pii
    even the n64 emulator dont work properly

    Mike
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    no way pcsx2 will run on the Raspberry Pi anytime soon. I have trouble getting full speed on most games on my 4.2GHz Quad core computer. Great emulator though.

    calebccff
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    I can get 40FPS on quad core intel ir 2.0GHz and intel HD400 with pcsx2 but the pi doesn’t have the processing power to run a ps2 emulator :(

    denus
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    You’ll have to wait for the nextgen Raspberry Pi… ;)

    mavic19
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    [quote=11686]i dont think it will work on pii
    even the n64 emulator dont work properly

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    Ummm, my N64 emulator is now running smooth as silk. It just takes a bit more time playing around with all the configs than the other emulators.

    pulpblogger
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    [quote=96905]

    i dont think it will work on pii
    even the n64 emulator dont work properly

    Ummm, my N64 emulator is now running smooth as silk. It just takes a bit more time playing around with all the configs than the other emulators.

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    I doubt all N64 games are running “smooth as silk.” Regardless, the PS2 had roughly (apples to oranges) twice the CPU capacity of the N64, and capable of 10-20 times as many polygons per second.

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