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SubjectTekken 5 ps2 emu's tekken1,2,3!! Reply to this message
Posted byzaga laga
Posted on02/28/05 06:47 AM



Amazing, tekken 5 provides the arcade versions of tekken 1, 2 and 3!! Looks like its really a must buy.
The real question tho, i truely see this as something which MAME and other emu's have inspired. Is that explanation too simple and am i making the emu community too important??
What do you guys think??

For more info checkout gamespy.com



SubjectRe: Tekken 5 ps2 emu's tekken1,2,3!! new Reply to this message
Posted bypakoman
Posted on02/28/05 09:19 AM



> Amazing, tekken 5 provides the arcade versions of tekken 1, 2 and 3!! Looks like
> its really a must buy.
> The real question tho, i truely see this as something which MAME and other emu's
> have inspired. Is that explanation too simple and am i making the emu community
> too important??
> What do you guys think??
>
> For more info checkout gamespy.com
>

I think it has nothing to do with mame, it's just a bonus.

Like Xbox Ninja Gaiden and the classic Ninja Gaiden games, for example.


SubjectRe: Tekken 5 ps2 emu's tekken1,2,3!! new Reply to this message
Posted bypakoman
Posted on02/28/05 09:23 AM



> Amazing, tekken 5 provides the arcade versions of tekken 1, 2 and 3!! Looks like
> its really a must buy.
> The real question tho, i truely see this as something which MAME and other emu's
> have inspired. Is that explanation too simple and am i making the emu community
> too important??
> What do you guys think??
>
> For more info checkout gamespy.com
>

Or the Xbox version of Doom 3, including original Ultimate Doom and Doom II, just a bonus.

BTW how do you edit posts?


SubjectRe: Tekken 5 ps2 emu's tekken1,2,3!! new Reply to this message
Posted byBuveed
Posted on02/28/05 09:49 AM



click on your post, and next to the "reply" button is an "edit " button.




SubjectIs it really emulated? new Reply to this message
Posted byMegaHurtz
Posted on02/28/05 12:59 PM



Tekken 1-3 ran on psx based hardware in the arcade (System 11/12). That allowed for arcade perfect ports of T1 and T2 to the psx and a scaled down version of T3 (I think the psx lacked enough vram and was slightly slower than the system 12 hardware). However, since the ps2 has the ps1 cpu for backwards compatibility (and doesn't it also handle i/o?), is it really emulated or just running from the ps1 cpu?

I also saw that Tekken 5 has Starblade as the loading minigame. How does that perform on the ps2?

> Amazing, tekken 5 provides the arcade versions of tekken 1, 2 and 3!! Looks like
> its really a must buy.
> The real question tho, i truely see this as something which MAME and other emu's
> have inspired. Is that explanation too simple and am i making the emu community
> too important??
> What do you guys think??
>
> For more info checkout gamespy.com
>



SubjectNo "Edit" button for me new Reply to this message
Posted bypakoman
Posted on02/28/05 01:00 PM



> click on your post, and next to the "reply" button is an "edit " button.
>

I remember there was an EDIT button, but it isn't now. Just the Reply button.

I'm logged correctly, don't know what's wrong. :(


SubjectRe: Is it really emulated? new Reply to this message
Posted bymosquito2001
Posted on02/28/05 01:09 PM



> Tekken 1-3 ran on psx based hardware in the arcade (System 11/12). That allowed
> for arcade perfect ports of T1 and T2 to the psx and a scaled down version of T3
> (I think the psx lacked enough vram and was slightly slower than the system 12
> hardware). However, since the ps2 has the ps1 cpu for backwards compatibility
> (and doesn't it also handle i/o?), is it really emulated or just running from
> the ps1 cpu?

I think that it uses the ps1's cpu because somes guys with old modchips got a "insert disc error" when they tried to play T123 (early versions of modchips didn't allow to boot ps1 backups)




SubjectRe: Is it really emulated? new Reply to this message
Posted byR. Belmont
Posted on02/28/05 02:32 PM



> Tekken 1-3 ran on psx based hardware in the arcade (System 11/12). That allowed
> for arcade perfect ports of T1 and T2 to the psx and a scaled down version of T3
> (I think the psx lacked enough vram and was slightly slower than the system 12
> hardware). However, since the ps2 has the ps1 cpu for backwards compatibility
> (and doesn't it also handle i/o?), is it really emulated or just running from
> the ps1 cpu?

The PS2 in PS1 mode *is* an emulator. The PS1 CPU is present, yes, but everything else about the PSX (and ask smf if you think that's not much) is handled through software on the EE, including the GTE, GPU, DMA, etc. Obviously the PS2 hardware helps out on a lot of those functions, but it's still emulation.





SubjectYou must be logged on... new Reply to this message
Posted bylion2
Posted on02/28/05 07:37 PM



......for the edit button to apear.

> > click on your post, and next to the "reply" button is an "edit " button.
> >
>
> I remember there was an EDIT button, but it isn't now. Just the Reply button.
>
> I'm logged correctly, don't know what's wrong. :(
>



SubjectTekken 1 & 2 are not quite arcade-perfect on PS1 ~ PSOne new Reply to this message
Posted byRaveWar
Posted on03/01/05 00:21 AM



Tekken and & Tekken 2 on Playstation, although they are *very* close to their arcade System 11 counterparts, they are not completely arcade-perfect. the character models have been tweaked to fit in the PS1's smaller RAM. the hit-impact spark & effect thingies are lower resolution, resulting in a blockier look compared to the arcade's finer particles. the floor textures in Tekken 2 are sharper in the arcade. the names of the stages in Tekken 1 are gone on PS1. the faces don't turn when you select your character in Tekken 1 on PS1. there are probably a few other very minor differences. a few improvements to the PS1 Tekken actually--there is a video monitor that shows you fighting in the statium stage.

Anyway even though PS1 Tekken & Tekken 2 are not arcade perfect they *are* close enough. In fact, many games that were much, much farther from being arcade-perfect have been idiotically called arcade-perfect. so I cannot really blame ya :)

You are most certainly right about Tekken 3 though. it was scaled down.


that said, the Playstation2 emulations of System 11 Tekken, Tekken 2 and System 12 Tekken 3 seem to be dead on exact, as far as I can tell.

now all we need is an System 258 arcade Tekken 5 emulated perfectly on Playstation3. that, or a souped up rendition, ala Tekken Tag on PS2 ^__^





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