" @mutha3: I hadn't heard they were splitting time with Catherine no. You breaking it down for me is really getting me jazzed up for Persona 5 though. "Now that they've finished Catherine, they're presumably mainly working on Persona 5 from their past statements. Persona 5 has already been announced, anyways.
Persona 4 in HD
" @AlisterCat said:You are right. In any case, if you don't put the framerate cap on the game will render at higher FPS than the optimal and will speed up. This is fine when you want to speed up but when you're running at 80fps during a dialogue piece on a PAL disc everyone is speaking really fast and squeaky." @ajamafalous said:59.94 for NTSC, 50 for PAL. "" @AlisterCat said:Maybe. Could have got them the wrong way round. :p "" @ajamafalous: I believe the nature of the emulation ties the games speed to it's frames per second. an ISO ripped from a PAL disc needs 60FPS for 100% game speed, on NTSC I believe it's 50FPS. Speech will slow down with it. There is no separation between game slow downs and low frames per second. They are one and the same. "Isn't it 50 for PAL and 60 for NTSC? "
Atlus already made us buy Persona 3 three times, I find it hard to believe they will not release a Persona Collection with trophies before Persona 5 finally arrives, something similar was PSP Persona 1 which is a sharper version of the ps1 version and they are also working on PSP Persona 2. Don't forget Devil Survivor Overclock for the 3DS!, Atlus loves remakes and re-releases.
" @Aus_azn said:I played through the entire game on an AMD Phenom II x4 955, 4GB RAM, Radeon 4890 and didn't encounter any major slowdowns except for whenever I entered the TV with the hypno spiral thing and even then that wasn't that major." @AlisterCat said:Do either of you have problems where the actual game speed slows down? That's the problem I have in the classroom and at Junes. The game drops from 60 to sometimes as low as 45 fps, and everything (including speech) slows down with the same ratio. If not, what are your graphical options? Are you skipping frames if it drops below 60 fps? No v-sync? "" @ajamafalous said:I have an i7-920 2.67GHz with an Asus nVidia GTX260 896MB GDDR3 and 9GB DDR3. It runs perfectly fine, and I'm running it at 1200p IIRC. It will still, delimited, run most environments at 2x speed, and voiced conversations often hover around 80fps. I only have problems in Shopping District, North. "" @Ub3rSlug said:I have a Q6600 2.4Ghz, 4GB RAm, GTX460 and I can run it fullspeed at 1080p too. When we say slowdowns, the game speed is actually fine. It's just that the emulator seems to have issues with some of the textures, or enemy models or something. I seem to remember it doing 1 frame every 5 seconds when you're fighting some white ravens that hold lanterns. It's just spots where the emulation is off for something. The game as a whole runs really well even on my old ass rig. "Core i7-920 @ 2.67 GHz eVGA nVidia GTX 275 896 MB GDDR3 6 GB (3 x 2 GB) Triple Channel DDR3 @ 1600 MHz You could probably get away with less than that if I had to guess. "
" @ajamafalous said:because my computer is more than capable of the emulation at 1080p. "Out of curiosity, what are you current specs? I'm looking to building (well, technically re-building) a desktop gaming PC and PS2 emulation at high resolutions is something I want to be able to achieve. "
I used near default settings iirc on beta.r1888 version.
Oh man this do look great you could bearly see the Characters faces in the PS2 game , some of you guys are saying that the game has slowdowns? I guess i didn´t notice them sience I don´t play on PC and im not aware of the finner details but when I played the game on PS2 it run normal , the next step for Atlus should be a new version of Persona 4 hell Persona 3 has 2 and the one on the psp wich is the one I have is great but I do miss the in-game models and the anime cutscenes , I know Atlus isn´t a big budget company like Square but I would love a Persona 4 portable or Persona 4 FES with everything that the PS2 version had , as for Persona 5 I can wait I haven´t finish P3P so take your time Atlus and make the story and characters good and fun thats all that matters grapichs can take a back sit I don´t mind
It is very hardware intensive, and since it is unofficial and third party (and still in beta) the emulation isn't spot on so there are some glitches and slowdowns. These problems are because of the emulator, the PS2 version is fine as you say.
so I'm going to be building a gaming PC (a little more powerful than Jeff's new one) in a few months. Do the benefits of playing this on PC outweigh the instability and slowdown problems? I'm a bit of a graphics whore and would like to run P4 in hi-res, but I don't want it to glitch out on me 40 hours into my savegame. Or will my PC be powerful enough that I won't need to worry about framerate and other problems?
" Oh man this do look great you could bearly see the Characters faces in the PS2 game , some of you guys are saying that the game has slowdowns? "Am I the only person who sees what he did there?
" Character models scale up pretty well, any 2D though...woof. "
I didn't really notice the 2D stuff looking bad; it's quite clear that the 2D stuff was rendered at a higher resolution than the PS2 can produce, evidenced by the text boxes and the absent jaggy edges. The portraits look fine as well.
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