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Game problems FAQ

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:''Note: If the game is not set in options to 60Hz it might lead to graphic problems from the get go, some examples being God Hand, Metal Slug, Tekken 5 and Destroy All Humans.''
;Play!:Any issues you encounter with Play cannot be resolved effectively at this time. Use PCSX2.;Ace Combat 4/5/Zero:All three are perfectly playable in software mode, but have major graphical issues in hardware mode. Use software mode if your PC is up to the task. This series used to have hit detection issues, but the latest GIT version, with automatic game fixes turned on, will work.;Jak and Daxter series:Suffers from crazy visual errors like blacked out eyes. Run the game in software mode, or activate the alpha hack to fix the shadows.
:Blacked out eyes can't be fixed without using software mode.
:Jak X can now be booted with a [ cheat file patch]
;Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events: EE/IOP EE/FPU Clamping Mode needs to be set to Full in PCSX2, otherwise the button prompt in the first level (i.e. the orphans' room in Count Olaf's mansion) will outright refuse to work. ;Metal Gear Solid 2 and 3:Needs a very [[Computer specs|high end CPU]] to run at full speed and will run slowly on most. All of the various blades of grass in MGS3 are one cause of its slowdown. Also, various shader effects will only work correctly in software mode.;Ratchet and Clank series:Games have bad visual glitches in hardware mode due to lack of custom mipmap support, and run slowly due to that. Most issues are fixed with software mode.;Shadow of the Colossus:Needs a very [[Computer specs|high end CPU]] to run at full speed.;Time Crisis 2:The lightgun add-on isn't implemented in any current emulators at the moment.;Zone of the Enders 1 and 2:Needs a very [[Computer specs|high end CPU]] to run at full speed.

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