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Old 08-26-02, 04:44 AM   #1
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Default What's the best glide wrapper for GF cards?

Well, I just restarted to play N64, using UltraHLE. Since Onli Glide accerlation is allowed, I have to use GLide wrapper. Does anyone have any idea regarding the BEST glide wrapper for the GF 4 videocard?

What I remember was, Gl2IDE or XGL2000...

Phew, I wanna play super mario! Can't wait till the mario sunshine comes out!
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Old 08-26-02, 05:54 AM   #2
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personally i would recommend an emulator that has actually been updated in the past few years over UltraHLE. UltraHLE was amazing in its day, but it just doesn't cut the mustard anymore.

try Nemu(don't these guys ever release updates), Project64, or 1964. between the 3 of those you should be able to play any game that will work at all. as of one year ago, Nemu was THE most compatible of all the N64 emulators. although on my system that really didn't seem to be the case. just about any emulator should run Mario 64 or Zelda 64.
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personally i would recommend an emulator that has actually been updated in the past few years over UltraHLE. UltraHLE was amazing in its day, but it just doesn't cut the mustard anymore.

try Nemu(don't these guys ever release updates), Project64, or 1964. between the 3 of those you should be able to play any game that will work at all. as of one year ago, Nemu was THE most compatible of all the N64 emulators. although on my system that really didn't seem to be the case. just about any emulator should run Mario 64 or Zelda 64.
thank you!

Well, I already downloaded the Project64 Emul and playing ol d n64 games! perfect dark/007/mario64/Banzoo Kazooi/Mario kart/Mario tennis/Rampage 2/etc...

I'm having heck alotta fun right now!!!

Thanks again!
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Old 08-26-02, 09:31 PM   #4
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i haven't tested them, but there are also plugins that supposedly let you use a MOUSE AND KEYBOARD when playing fps games like Goldeneye.

if they really work, that should make precision control much, much easier(than using a gamepad).
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