- Oct 19, 2013
thanks for proving me right again. funny that the port is a direct ps2 game used in enulation. but go figure, ignorance is bliss among the ignorant. and oh, try to use correct grammar next time.
everyone here sees ur the most ignorant person here who doesnt know eatvhes talking abt.. let me school u on something junior.. go to the play store and download GTA Vice City which was a ps2 game. i was playing just 20 min ago.... DUHJHHHHHHHH
i guess u still retain the title for the most ignorant idiot on xda. congratulations.
Actaully, youre wrong. Its mostly about the coding, as long as if you have a quad core device, then its all based on how well developed the emulator is. The reason Xbox 360 and Ps3 emullators do not exist is because the consoles games are made to run on CONSOLE hardware, NOT pc. PC is waaay more powerful than even next gen consoles.
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You all underestimate samaung. They already have a note 3 with 2.3 ghz ans 3gb ram. A year or two or even three should be enough for N emulator. I know ill donate of they start on a project even now.:silly:
Youre all nuts lol the reason its hard to run on PC is because the hardware for a ps2 is too unique, so to port it to PC is a great feat, unless somebody put a whooole lot of effort in it. But ill just say im able to run PCSX2 on medium 30fps on and i3 6gb RAM and ONLY 64 MB dedicated graphics.
That's exactly what I was trying to say. You should read my previous posting again, please.
GTA Vice City for Android is not an emulated PS2 game, but ported from source code. The source code is only available to the developer/publisher. If you have the source code it is easy to optimize/port a PS2 game on Android to run seamlessly. If not, you'll have to emulate the whole platform and current devices are not capable of doing that.
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You played a game that was ported from source not emulated, please consider that. Rockstar Games has the source code available to them and it is much easier to port a game than to write an emulator.
Please be respectful in a General thread. If you know more, please provide your knowledge to others. He doesn't seem to understand the difference between a port and an emulation / x86 and ARM architectures.
Processors used in phones are mostly based off ARM-architecture which cannot be compared to x86 processors built into computers. ARM is much less powerful than x86 which has a reason. They consume less power.
You are quite right, but to completely. You cannot compare the processor of a PC with one built into a phone, as explained earlier in this post. You can play graphic intense games on a phone if the game is coded well, but emulating a platform isn't that easy. Still, current hardware does not support the emulation of the PS2 platform. The best coded emulator probably would be able to play some games, but putting years of effort to accomplish this isn't actually worth it to anyone.