Slow game speed

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  1. Vazza

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    Recently, a mate of mine came round to my place and we ended up playing PES4. As soon as we had started the first match he commented that the game speed seemed to be so much slower than in his game but I didn't give it much thought. Later on in the week, I went round his place and played PES4 on his PS2 and was surprised to find that the game speed was, as he said, notably faster.

    Thinking it was a problem with my PS2, I brought it round and connected it up to his TV and found that the game speed was the same as when we played on his console. So then I thought it might be the TV and to test this we connected my PS2 up to his TV and then mine and compared the game speed. I found that on his 14 year old Matsui TV, the game ran much faster than on my year old Sony TV despite playing the game on the standard 50Hz setting on both TVs. The only difference between the TVs is that mine is only a small 20 inch one, whereas his is a 30 inch screen.

    Does anyone know a reason for this difference in game speed? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

    BTW the same memory card was used when we played the game on both his console and mine and I checked to make sure that the double speed option wasn't enabled.
     
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    did you try your disc in his ps2 on his tv? :(
     
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    Nick, we used my disc on both PS2s and it's definitely not the problem, it has to be something with the TV :(
     
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    h'ok varun, i may have a solution, but you'll have to come visit me on msn sometime to find out what it is (H)!!!!!
































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