Nostalgia is a wonderful thing. Everyone loves getting wistful about old games, old experiences, old characters that they worshiped and cherished. It’s fun. What’s less fun is revisiting those old games and finding the flaws you’ve forgotten. I recently re-bought the PS1 classic Final Fantasy IX to play on my Vita, and while it’s a great game, and I love being able to play it anywhere, it’s got one major crack that can’t be smoothed over: loading times. We’re looking at three to four seconds per new area. Almost ten seconds to enter a battle. It’s excruciating. You can go into your Vita’s settings (by holding down the touchscreen in PS1 mode) and set “Disc Load Speed” to “Fast,” which helps a bit, but doesn’t entirely solve the problem. What would solve the problem is a fast forward function: an optional command that you can assign to any button and tap at any time in order to make things go faster. This is a default option in most homebrew emulators, which you can download online for free. Why isn’t it available on Sony’s official machine? As Gabe Newell is fond of pointing out, piracy is a service issue. People pirate… Read full this story
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