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Thread: Sega Rally 2 - Model 3 arcade emulation takes a big step forward

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    Default Sega Rally 2 - Model 3 arcade emulation takes a big step forward



    Be sure to switch to 720p to get 60fps.

    Supermodel emulator is being updated. A work in progress, but it's playable and we can forget the mediocre ports.

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    Always wanted to play Sega Rally 2. Never played it before. Nice to see Model 3 emulation has come this far too. The last of the classic Sega Arcade games awaits.

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    Isn't Supermodel dead? Last I checked, it still had problems with timing issues (music and gameplay too fast) in SCUD Race/Super GT.

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    Seems like Scud Race has been improved.


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    No, it hasn't changed. You can easily check this by comparing against the original arcade machine, or just time the timer with a stopwatch, it runs way too fast. The guy skipped the intro movie, in which the music from the SCSP plays too fast also. When I talked to Bart (the author), he said the problem lies in the SCSP emulation, and is unlikely to be corrected since Supermodel is not in active development.

    Apparently the model 3 itself runs at a refresh rate slightly lower than 60Hz, which creates all these weird timing issues.

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    Some improvement in this build, but probably not what you were talking about in terms of timing or sound.



    Scud race on supermodel 3 svn 415 emulator.
    Played on Medion pc i5-4570@3.2GHz, 16mB, with geforce gtx 760
    Fantastic new improvements in the latest svn build. Thanks to Bart and Ian.

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    No change.

    Damn, they are so close. The only problem is the music plays back slower than the real hardware while the game itself runs faster than the real board.

    So closeeee.

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    Screw emulation, a real gamer would get a full size Sega Rally 2 arcade cabinet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tower of Power View Post
    Screw emulation, a real gamer would get a full size Sega Rally 2 arcade cabinet.
    A real gamer with enough room space and money you mean.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soulis View Post
    A real gamer with enough room space and money you mean.
    A real gamer would find a way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tower of Power View Post
    A real gamer would find a way.
    I have the money, i have the space, and i have a way, but i still havent done it.

    Not even with Daytona or Sega Rally, i just use the more than adequate emulation that allows the same thing to be done, and if it breaks down? Just build another basic PC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tower of Power View Post
    Screw emulation, a real gamer would get a full size Sega Rally 2 arcade cabinet.
    Quote Originally Posted by Tower of Power View Post
    A real gamer would find a way.
    So this what the real gamers do? Lol.

    Such a poor view of what gaming is, but I can't say I'm surprised.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barone View Post
    So this what the real gamers do? Lol.

    Such a poor view of what gaming is, but I can't say I'm surprised.
    Are you saying you don't have a hundreds of full size arcade machines in your house/apartment? Weak. Obviously you're not a real gamer.
    Last edited by Tower of Power; 01-06-2018 at 09:16 AM.

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    Yeah, I'm not up to the standards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barone View Post
    Yeah, I'm not up to the standards.
    Be at the standard you want to be at, who cares what others can or want to achieve, its all about you, and never let anyone tell you any different.

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