GOD OF WAR CHAINS OF OLYMPUS ON ANDROID WITH PSP EMULATION
God of War: Chains Of Olympus (2008)
Tormented Spartan warrior Kratos journeys to the underworld to battle mythological creatures in Chains of Olympus, the anticipated debut of Sony’s blockbuster action series on PSP. The storyline in this original title precedes the events chronicled in 2005’s God of War.
As penance for past transgressions, the son of Zeus agrees to become an indentured servant to the Greek gods for ten years. When the world suddenly plunges into darkness and renders their powers useless, the gods beseech Kratos to return Olympus to its former glory. Kratos will journey to the Gates of Hades and beyond to fulfill his solemn obligation.
During Kratos’ ten years of service to the Olympian Gods, he is sent to the city of Attica to help defend it from the invading Persian army. After successfully killing the Persian King, decimating his army and slaying their pet basilisk, Kratos observes the Sun fall from the sky, plunging the world into darkness.
Game works perfect on Android PSP Emulators. Recommended ‘Vulkan’ rendering backend and ‘Buffered rendering’ for emulators which support so. Keep off the ‘Frameskipping’ option, and un-check the ‘Auto frameskip’. Check the ‘Prevent FPS from exceeding 60’ and put 0 values in alternative sped (in %, 0=unlimited). Better choose ‘Vignette’ shader in ‘Postprocessing shader’ option, or keep this settings off.
Try ‘2x Rendering resolution’, but if your device is kind of low-specs or if you see low performance, then go for ‘1x Rendering resolution’. Make sure to check ‘Mipmapping’, ‘Hardward transform’, ‘Software skinning’, ‘Vertex Cache’ and ‘Lazy texture caching’. Let ‘Retain changed textures (sometimes slower)’ unchecked while keeping ‘Disable slower effects (speedup)’ and ‘Hardware Tessellation (experimental)’ checked.
In ‘Hack’ settings, just check following two options: ‘Timer Hack’ (improves FPS significantly) and ‘Disable alpha test’ (for best for PowerVR powered phones). And keep ‘Aggressive mode in Lower Resolution for effects’.
It is important to keep ‘Fast memory (unstable)’ checked. It works on most of the Android phones, irrespective of their hardware. That means, it can help to improve overall performance.
We keep ‘Multithreaded (experimental)’ most of the times (no preferable outcomes with it). Try it yourself, if it works or not. Since, this Emulator varies device to device, it might worth a try.
Let ‘I/O on thread’ checked, and under I/O timing method, select ‘Simulate UMD delays’. Finally, let ‘Force real clock sync (slower, less lag)’ remains unchecked.
Please note: these recommendations are made during tests on devices which our team have access to. Real settings can vary on device you use and on emulator you use. Please, check our general Emulation Basic Configuration Tips and Android PSP Emulators page.
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