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Destroy All Humans! Path of the Furon [BLES00467]
RPCS3 v0.0.3-3-e7db0c7 Alpha | HEAD
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Doesn't work anymore,game close itself at black screen with recompiler LLVM,with interpreter close itself with black screen after sound from intro stop
update: reinstalling the game fixed black screen
RPCS3 v0.0.4-6314-2053de088 Alpha
Ingame. Performance is too slow to be considered playable (i retested to check performance since my CPU is much faster than Grantkane's)

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RPCS3 v0.0.5-7227-56d553f10 Alpha
Still to slow to be considered playable and seems like there was a recent regression and it now has exploding vertices outside. The brightness issue was fixed a few months ago.

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playable? settings are at the start of the video
need log file and build name.
On the same build with the same settings I'm unable to get the game to start properly. It goes through all the intro logos and then hangs at the loading screen with the blue little wheel. Weirdly enough it's not even a true loading screen, as I can hear the start menu and the sounds of me going through the menu in the background. Did you get this too and find a way to bypass it?
RPCS3 v0.0.8-9578-0d7aa5e3 Alpha | HEAD | Firmware version: 4.85
Intel® Core™ i9-9900KF CPU @ 3.60GHz | 16 Threads | 15.91 GiB RAM | TSC: Bad | AVX+ | TSX
Operating system: Windows, Major: 10, Minor: 0, Build: 18363, Service Pack: none, Compatibility mode: 0
·! 0:00:00.000000 RSX: Found vulkan-compatible GPU: 'GeForce GTX 1070' running on driver 441.87.0.0

stats: playable

ingame stable at 29 to 30fps all the time.

it's fine and no crash or freeze at all 

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Nice looks good testing in Linux done yet? Willing to do so

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