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Indeed I agree! BTW, are you guys sure it's a timestamp issue, cause usually with that the save gets created with the incorrect settings, time etc. but if you check the save in the browser, it has the correct information set.
Originally Posted by getafix
Last edited by Cordy; 01-13-2005 at 03:56 PM.
welp just confirmed NON WORKING for me also...keep trying guys
yes, please, this game hasn't got that heavy loadtimes, but they're still annoying, especially when training i would love to see hdloader speed.
Does the Xenosaga 2 beta work on the hard drive?
Originally Posted by Ghaleon
up to a certain point it does, after that, it is not showing backgrounds (starting on the screen the first battle starts), after you get out of your mech, all background is gone and you've got no collisiondetection either(unlike previously), no way to find the exit.
Funny thing is, the japanese version of said game hasn't got any of this. Nor does the game show these irritating issues when it's burned. But it does have many other issues, the voices easily get out of sync and the text wasn't finalized and so on, so the hdloader incompatibility may dissappear.
I personally hope it will, as the load times were extraordinarily (just as in Xenosaga 1 ...)
Anyway i really try to remain on topic, so please, now that any related issues are cleared up, i hope for the next post to be something about making suikoden 4 hdl compatible, thanks!
load times –
i've been playing continuously off the hard drive for several hours now and there are zero load times, not going to load game unless my power goes out or my party dies
before i started to play i did confirm it says loaded data successfully, but when you click X to continue, you get a black screen
can this be fixed by somehow tweaking some file(s) in the iso?
Yeah that's the same thing I got. I tried to load a game from the main menu and it gave me a black screen after exiting the Save/Load menu.
me too although i am in the process of looking at it. i doubt ill find anything since my knowledge in this is very limited but who knows...might get lucky. this seems to have the same problem similiar to mgs2. my theory is loading the save triggers a check on the dvd and since it is off hdd there is no way to check it.
*steers topic back off again* So, which timestamp is best to use with MGS3, then?
Originally Posted by -89-
The first one. 1.