Pcsx2 Tri Ace Game Fix

  



tri-Ace, Inc.
Subsidiary of Nepro Japan
IndustryVideo games
FoundedMarch 1995
Headquarters,
Key people
Yoshiharu Gotanda (President)
Masaki Norimoto(designer)
Motoi Sakuraba(composer)
Joe Asanuma (former President)
ProductsStar Ocean series(1996–present)
Valkyrie Profile series(1999–present)
OwnerIndependent(1995–2015)
Nepro Japan (2015–)
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ParentNepro Japan
Websitetri-ace.co.jp

Perfect: The game runs flawlessly with no graphical or speed issues (can be SW mode). Playable: You can get from 'new game' to 'end credits' (regardless of speed). Ingame: You can get through menus, intro cutscenes / videos, and see ingame graphics, but either due to graphical bugs, crashes, un-resolved errors, you can't play through the entire. Pcsx2 Playground beta release 626 Well, the big news is, Tri-ace games now go in-game, if the appropriate gamefix is selected. Don't expect them to be perfect, they are NOT. But they go in-game! Huge improvement. You may have to skip movies with Start, but hey they go in-game. Be sure to delete the ini, as always!

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tri-Ace, Inc. (株式会社トライエース, Kabushiki Gaisha Toraiēsu) is a Japanesevideo game development company formed in March 1995 by former Telenet Japan employees Yoshiharu Gotanda (programmer, current tri-Ace President), Masaki Norimoto (game designer) and Joe Asanuma (director). The name is a play on words regarding the 'three aces' who formed the company. Most of tri-Ace's games have been published by Square Enix (formerly Enix).

The company exclusively makes role-playing video games, and is known for giving their games' action-packed battle systems and deep skill systems. This trademark style began when the founders of tri-Ace originally worked for Telenet Japan's Wolfteam, and had created Tales of Phantasia. This game, published by Namco, is a precursor to tri-Ace's own Star Ocean games in several ways; e.g., an action battle system where the player controls one character and AI controls others in the party and special battle skills that the player can assign to different buttons. Besides the Star Ocean series, they also released Valkyrie Profile in 1999. Their 2010 release of Resonance of Fate, was taken to Sega publishing.

tri-Ace games have sold over 3.8 million copies worldwide as of September 2005.[1] The company's sound programmer Hiroya Hatsushiba formed tri-Crescendo in 1999 which has since developed several games independently of tri-Ace.

Japanese mobile company Nepro Japan acquired tri-Ace in February 2015.[2] Despite being acquired by a company focusing on mobile gaming, tri-Ace will continue developing video games for consoles.[3]

Games developed[edit]

YearTitlePublisher(s)Platform(s)
1996Star OceanEnixSNES
1998Star Ocean: The Second StoryPlayStation
1999Valkyrie Profile
2001Star Ocean: Blue SphereGame Boy Color
2003Star Ocean: Till the End of TimePlayStation 2
2004Star Ocean: Till the End of Time Director's CutSquare Enix
2005Radiata Stories
2006Valkyrie Profile 2: Silmeria
2008Infinite UndiscoveryXbox 360
2008Valkyrie Profile: Covenant of the PlumeNintendo DS
2009Star Ocean: The Last HopeXbox 360
2010Resonance of FateSegaXbox 360, PlayStation 3
2010Star Ocean: The Last Hope InternationalSquare EnixPlayStation 3
2011Final Fantasy XIII-2[4]PlayStation 3, Xbox 360
2011Frontier GateKonamiPlayStation Portable
2012Beyond the LabyrinthNintendo 3DS
2013Frontier Gate Boost+PlayStation Portable
2013Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII[5]Square EnixPlayStation 3, Xbox 360
2014Silent Scope: Bone-EaterKonamiArcade
2014Judas Codetri-AcePlayStation Vita
2014Phantasy Star NovaSega
2015Exist Archive: The Other Side of the SkySpike ChunsoftPlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita
2016Star Ocean: Integrity and FaithlessnessSquare EnixPlayStation 3, PlayStation 4
2016Heaven × InfernoNTT DocomoiOS, Android
2016Star Ocean: AnamnesisSquare Enix
2017Star Ocean: The Last Hope - 4K & Full HD RemasterMicrosoft Windows, PlayStation 4
2018Resonance of Fate 4K / HD EditionSega / tri-Ace
2019STAR OCEAN First Departure RSquare EnixNintendo Switch, PlayStation 4

References[edit]

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  1. ^'tri-Ace Company Sales'. tri-Ace.co.jp. Retrieved 2008-07-19.
  2. ^Matulef, Jeffrey (February 20, 2015). 'Star Ocean developer tri-Ace acquired by Japanese mobile company'. Eurogamer. Gamer Network. Retrieved February 21, 2015.
  3. ^'Don't Worry, tri-Ace Will Keep Making Games For Consoles'. Siliconera. 2015-03-09. Retrieved 2015-03-09.
  4. ^'Tri-Ace Helped Out With Final Fantasy XIII-2'. Siliconera. 2011-12-18. Archived from the original on 2012-01-08. Retrieved 2013-02-10.
  5. ^Spencer (2013-11-13). 'NORA Won't Return For Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII'. Siliconera. Archived from the original on 2013-12-06. Retrieved 2013-11-13.

External links[edit]

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  • tri-Ace profile at MobyGames

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