Rice said:Btw, has anyone paid attention to the Zelda MM lighting problem fix? Zelda MM has lighting problem from the beginning of N64 emulation. In the game, the scene lighting was wrong and the polygons flash randomly. The problem is fixed now. To see the new lighting effects, pay attention closely to the dark areas near torches or shining objects (in the night).
roxoxx said:Well, have you seen the screenshots posted before?
These are an interesting example of inutility of change texture option who destroy a game soul!
when i see THE masterpiece Zelda with these ridicule textures, i think that maybe we have reached the end of emulation spirit and we have reached a circus-dimension where everyone can destroy a game, every game, and re-construct-it without respect for the game in-self and crew who made-it.
PS: sorry for my english; if i can talk in my native language, i say more bad words about this.
Oh please... that is a bad comparison. For the whole issue, let people do as they will. YOU, on the other hand, do not need to use it. So don't. That's alright for you, isn't it?roxoxx said:for example, you would be able to change bible's ending or chapters?