Trent2LuigiUnresponsive Menu and Low Frames after first running the game
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Trent2Luigi
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05-04-2021, 05:00 PM -
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Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 [BLUS30999]

I've had this problem before and I fixed it somehow, but now it's happening again without a way to fix it again. The game ran perfectly before, not giving me any problems the first time, closed it, opened it again, and its busted...

The game starts with Dracula opening a book, asking you to press start, I can do that, works fine, but its stuck at a framerate of 16, which is abnormal because my computer can get higher frames from that from this game and other games as well. But when it zooms in on the book and tells you about the auto save feature and asks you to press Cross, it doesn't work... Some settings let's you continue past it if you mash the button, but then the visuals are broken in game and frames are still very low, along with extreme load times that never took that long before.

I've included screenshots of the game window where I get stuck, of my settings and the logs, also my spects, in this compressed file. Let me know if there's something I missed or forgotten in this package. I don't really know the inner workings of this, so pardon if I'm missing something obvious...

P.S. My computer isn't connected to the internet, so I can't update anything, so don't ask me to try updating...


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05-04-2021, 05:59 PM -
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> Program Files (x86)
Remove RPCS3 from this directory, it messes permissions of what's inside, never put portable software there

You have installed DLCs without dumping their licenses, which can cause the game to freeze or crash. Dump your DLCs correctly with the licenses or don't install them without licenses.

Apart from that, you'll have to update both RPCS3 and your GPU drivers, so figure out how to connect to internet
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Trent2Luigi
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05-04-2021, 07:00 PM -
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(05-04-2021, 05:59 PM)Ani Wrote: > Program Files (x86)
Remove RPCS3 from this directory, it messes permissions of what's inside, never put portable software there

You have installed DLCs without dumping their licenses, which can cause the game to freeze or crash. Dump your DLCs correctly with the licenses or don't install them without licenses.

Apart from that, you'll have to update both RPCS3 and your GPU drivers, so figure out how to connect to internet

Ok, moved it. But where are the licenses and how do I dump them? If not, when I do I remove the DLC?
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05-04-2021, 09:53 PM -
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Here, instructions for digital games which also apply to digital content (DLCs)
https://wiki.rpcs3.net/index.php?title=H..._PSN_games

To remove DLCs, just remove the installed Game Data for the disc. That won't affect user data, just game data. The game can then reinstall any base files as needed without additional content.
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