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Re: Geforce 2 GTS vs Radeon 7500

They're about a year apart, and if I had one to choose between the two here in a strictly budget mid-2001 upgrade situation, it'd be the 7500 (which is much more comparable to the GF2 Ultra and is more efficient and has fun dither options). However if I wanted to 2000 period up and absorb myself …

Re: Doom Eternal Released

On the other hand, it's good that the Doom64 rerelease isn't this. https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Dp9fHL2UwAAUYDL?format=jpg&name=small Dunno if kaiser will go back and backport the 3point implementation to the Turok rereleases... it's definitely a thing N64 had and gives a distinctive sheary look to …

Re: MDK 2 doesn´t start

in Windows
Did you patch up? I do remember the earlier versions (i.e. *000.0) having startup issues on Windows 2000 and Me (and possibly newer hardware). Rereleases later had this patched

Re: Recommend me some gold old DOS games?

in Milliways
you're all incorrect Black Gold Blake Stone Aliens of Gold Buck Rogers Countdown to Doomsday Champions of Krynn Curse of the Azure Bonds Dark Queen of Krynn Disney's Duck Tales The Quest for Gold Epic Pinball: Pot of Gold Falcon Gold Gateway to the Savage Frontier Golden Axe Gold of the Aztecs …

Re: WIndows XP 64-Bit - Gaming Issues?

Back in the day (~06), the only real issues to XP64 gaming were these: - StarForce didn't work then of course. Bye bye my legitimately owned europe published games!!! Sure you could install a 64-bit starforce driver nowadays, but that didn't exist at all in 2006!!! - No 16-bit stuff of course, but …

Re: DOSBOX eating up CPU

By virtualizing, you introduce more variables into incompatibility as those supported modern CPUs passed through with unpredictable results with old 16-bit stuff as well as far less cycles control... and DOSBox's dynarec is fast enough to never need any use case for a virtualizer by that point since …

Re: Doom Eternal Released

DosFreak wrote on 2020-03-21, 13:46: /EDIT Okay running into alot of pain in the ass platforming. Whomever had this idea needs to be shot in the face. after ROTT '13's hype running into the terrible level design issues, that edit speaks louder than the denuvo thing

Re: Video playback on a 286? - here's how to do it

Can the 286 handle video playback? American Laser Games was banking on that back in the day. They've tuned their codec and data for 1x speed and 286s for their DOS ports. Most of the video kept being half-resolution in lots of chunks. It's noticeably visually worse than even other 1993 CD-ROM FMV …

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