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General Gaming => Retro Gaming => Topic started by: Dooyhey on November 17, 2014, 09:35:38 am

Title: Do you like this game?
Post by: Dooyhey on November 17, 2014, 09:35:38 am
This is a PSP game names i spent 2 days playing. Does anyone like it  and can we talk about it?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4XGtbiOdDYY
Title: Re: Do you like this game?
Post by: 55Ophen on November 21, 2014, 09:26:40 am
Yes, i love this game and i also play it on my s7800.It's decent.
Title: Re: Do you like this game?
Post by: CSX on December 02, 2014, 01:11:13 am
Sony over-clocked PSP's CPU for this game =)

Old Sony's trick to prolong the life of their consoles. In a couple of years after this they will "find" a little more RAM in PS3.

About PSP from Wikipedia
Quote
God of War: Chains of Olympus uses a proprietary, in-house engine referred to as the Ready at Dawn engine, which expanded on the engine created for their previous game, Daxter, to include a fluid and cloth simulator. The camera system was modified to cater to the fixed cinematic camera for God of War gameplay, and the lighting system was reworked to aid in presenting realistic graphics. The game was originally designed for the PlayStation Portable's restricted 222 megahertz (MHz) processor. Ready at Dawn repeatedly contacted Sony regarding increasing the clock speed of the PSP on account of the difference to the game and had developed a version of the game with higher speed. Sony released a firmware upgrade that allowed games to use the full 333 MHz processor. The faster processor allowed for more realistic blood effects, lighting effects, and shadows as well as improved enemy intelligence. The upgrade, however, noticeably decreases battery life. After the game's completion, Game Director Ru Weerasuriya stated multiplayer options and other puzzles, characters, and dialogue had to be removed due to time constraints.


About RAM in PS3
http://www.joystiq.com/2010/02/23/70mb-of-additional-ram-unlocked-for-ps3-developers/
Title: Re: Do you like this game?
Post by: jamesensor on January 15, 2015, 03:01:17 pm
@222mHz enemies were dumb lol then with 333 they got a bit smarter  ;D

How does Undead Knights for psp fare in the Jxd s7800? I tried it on my phone and it's sluggish.