Gradius V is a gorgeous looking game. The development team at Treasure outdid themselves revamping the style of the series into a modern looking experience. Past games in the series were more inclined to a darker “this is pitch black space” kind of style for most of the game, and this game is a little brighter and more colorful on that aspect. Either way, when playing the game on an emulator it can feel a little outdated if we don’t have the best graphic configuration settings, and the hardware to support that, so let’s get right into that.
This is going to be rather straightforward, because there’s not too much we can do in terms of settings, but if you don’t really know what you’re messing with when configuring an emulator, this guide might help you get a much better experience on the game than leaving everything on the default configuration.
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This is how the game looks on PCSX2 1.4.0 with the default emulator configuration for the Video Plugin with the Direct3D11 (Hardware) renderer at a 640×447 resolution. It’s not like, horrible, but it could look a little sharper when blown up to full screen state:
First, this is the hardware configuration that this is being tested on. It’s somewhat high-end, because we want to achieve at least 60 fps easily:
- CPU: Core i7-8700K @ 3.70 GHz
- GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080
- RAM: 16 GB
- Monitor resolution: 3440×1440
So, with that hardware, the best looking configuration that I’ve managed to get, is this one:
- 1.Buka PCSX2, pilih Config Emulation settings. 2.Klik kotak kecil di samping Preset (lihat pojok kiri bawah). 3.Geser tanda sampai mencapai angka 4 – Aggressive. 4.Ulangi nomor 2. PCSX2 Configuration. Best PCSX2 Configuration; Alternative 1; Alternative 2.
- A large number of games work out-of-the-box on default PCSX2 settings. However, a subset of games require special settings to run, and some games require special settings to be upscaled. This guide will briefly cover some frequent problems and configuration settings to address them. Multi-Threaded VU1 (MTVU).
- Bermain PS2 di PC dengan emulator terbaru PCSX2 1.4.0. Pertama: Hilangkan tanda centang pada tulisan ‘use default setting’ lalu klik open in explorer, pilih lokasi folder BIOS yang sudah didownload tadi, kemudian double klik nama BIOS yang muncul. Setelah itu klik Finish.
To achieve this, just go to the Config – Video (GS) – Plugin Settings… menu:
And choose these settings:
Halo guys kali ini saya akan membagikan tutorial cara setting emulator pcsx2 1.4.0 agar berjalan lancar dan tidak lag. Emulator pcsx2 versi 1.4.0 adalah emulator untuk menjalankan game ps2 melalui pc dan pcsx2 versi 1.4.0 ini sudah stabil untuk menjalankan game - game ps2, pcsx2 ini sudah full version sedangkan untuk pcsx2 versi 1.5.0 masih dalam versi beta dan memiliki banyak bug.
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You basically only have to change the Internal resolution to 8x Native, and the Antisotropic Filtering to 16x, and that will make the textures to be a lot sharper, and the 3D models much better defined. Make sure you are rendering with your GPU to get the most frames per second possible.
So that’s it! If you have a better recommendation for configuration of this game, let us know in the comments, feedback is always welcome. Oh and remember… YOU NEED SOME PRACTICE!
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