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    Default We're in 2007 now and looking back at the PS2...

    ... Has anyone been able to make a 128-bit piece of software for it? The Emotion Engine processor is a 128-bit CPU after all. =\

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    I don't understand the question.

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    Dascu is offline Senior Member Long Time Member
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    On a related note, the PS2 outsold the PSP, Xbox360 and PS3 last month.
    Wii and DS beat all of them though. Nintendomination.

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    Elcura is offline Senior Member Always Around
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    Are you talking about PS2 emulation of some sorts?

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    MadDogMike is offline Senior Member Always Around
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    Any benefits provided by 128-bit architecture should be transparent to the user, shouldn't it? I was under the impression that any 3D game made for the sysem used 128-bit floating point calculations.

 

 

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