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X-kunio (OP)

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GBA 3D game fullspeed?
« on: December 11, 2010, 09:46:54 am »
Need for Speed  this game is very good I think...

native can not run in fullspeed also dingux gpsp

some gba 3D game can run perfectly on dingoo,

some large also cant  ,

zear

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Re: GBA 3D game fullspeed?
« Reply #1 on: December 11, 2010, 09:56:05 am »
Half of the games you think are 3d in fact aren't 3d, but use tricks to look like it.
The examples are Doom, Duke Nukem Advance, James Bond 007: NightFire, etc.
There are in fact a couple of true 3d games, like V-Rally 3 or Payback, but it of course depends on the game's engine if it will work fullspeed in an emulator, or not. It doesn't work like "If one 3d game works, the other will as well".

lemmywinks

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Re: GBA 3D game fullspeed?
« Reply #2 on: December 12, 2010, 11:03:37 pm »
Not tried NFS but the sequel works fine for me. Interestingly this was also quicker and smoother on the original hardware too so they may have improved the code.
The other two NFS games are too choppy i think, also Porsche Unleashed is sluggish but that's no different to the cart version.

V-Rally 3 runs very well and is probably the most impressive realistic racing game on the GBA, TG Rally and Colin Mcrae are also worth a blast. I haven't got Street Racing Syndicate to work though
I can't remember any other realistic racing games worth playing on GBA - Ford Racing, Corvette, F1 2002, TOCA etc. are all pretty poor IMO. Sega Rally looks horrible but is a solid game
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