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Old 27 April 2011, 00:18   #1
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Solving slowdowns with NTSC mode

Back in the days I remember getting R-Type 2 and getting veeery dissapointed with strong slowdowns in many parts of the game.

One day Ive solved this changing to NTSC mode. The game ran with constant flow without slowdowns. Really beautiful and believe in Amiga capabilities again!! =D

Then same thing happent with St Dragon,.. turning to NTSC mode and byebye slowdowns.

Actully, some magazines speak about slowdowns (low ratings) and others no..

The quality and playability of these games change considerably from PAL to NTCS. Just.. Wasnt this issues commented in this games manual instructions or as loading recommendations??
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First thing to do when playing Street Fighter 2 was to press the A key on the title screen. made the game abit more barable
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