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DREAMCAST GAMES on 1080p HD- episode 1

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Published on Feb 21, 2011

00:19 - INTERACTIVE GAMES INDEX (click on the cover).
NEXT EPISODE: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h79r3r...

This is a video compilation of some Sega Dreamcast games running on 1080p hd in true widescreen (when possible).
The emulator is NullDC 1.0.4 played with an xbox360 controller, recorded with FRAPS.
Games on this episode: Tokyo Xtreme racer 2, Shenmue, Soul Calibur, Space Channel 5 Part 2.
With this Emulator it is possible to recreate true 16:9 visuals thanks to its option that enables the "extra geometry" required to fill the borders of the screen. Some games works great with this option (Space channel 5 part 2 for example) , others like Shenmue will show some graphical glitches on the right and left borders of the screen. That's not an emulator glitch, it is really the way DC calculated the non-visible graphic working in standard 4:3 screen ratio. Soul Calibur it is not compatible with this, so you'll see it running on 4:3, but still on HD.
Tokyo Xtreme racer 2 does not requires the extra geometry option enabled since it natively support 16:9: all i had to do was enabling "wide tv" on the game's option menu.
Finally note that some graphical glitches are present here and there, that's beacuse the emulator is still in development but allready works really great ihmo.
Without the recording software enabled everything runs without any frame drop or sound clipping.

My system: Asus M4a88td-v EVO/USB3, Athlon II x2 250 3780Mhz, Radeon HD 5670 850mhz 1GB ddr5, 6GB RAM dual channel DDR3 1340Mhz, HT 2520Mhz, 60GB SSD ocz vertex2+500 GB HDD Sata Samsung 7200rpm 32MB, Win7 Ultimate 64bit

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