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PCSX2 hits 1.0

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Date: Aug 07, 2012 - 06:50 AM
In the old world of emulation, a moment of shine - PCSX2, a Playstation2 emulator with some pretty impressive features, has hit version 1.0.

It can offer up graphics beyond what the original hardware was capable of, achieving resolutions up to 4096 x 4096 with anti-aliasing and texture filtering. You can save games, record video as you play, use a range of controllers, and even adjust game speed if you so wish.

Of course, youíll need a fast machine to run PS2 games at a decent speed, but the spec is still reasonable. Itís recommended you have at least a Core 2 Duo running at 3.2GHz, or a Core i5 at 2.66GHz+. As for graphics cards, a GeForce 9600GT or Radeon 4750 is desirable.
Ok, so it needs some beefy hardware. You don't have to push those graphical niceties to the max, though.

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