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5th Feb '16 6:21:14 PM nombretomado
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3rd Feb '16 8:39:51 PM Pinokio
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30th Jan '16 11:03:47 AM DecafGrub47393
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fixing formatting error
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29th Jan '16 4:59:58 PM MyFinalEdits
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29th Jan '16 12:34:11 AM klausbaudelaire
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28th Jan '16 7:36:17 PM RAMChYLD
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28th Jan '16 5:21:16 PM klausbaudelaire
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The first two Splinter Cell games fell victim to this.
26th Jan '16 9:40:26 PM legoking831
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According to certain sources, it only starts to do this when your processor is faster than 350MHz. This port was released in 1997; the fastest processor available (from Intel, anyway, though I doubt other companies were offering anything faster/better anyway) was 300MHz. That already fails the "by the standards of release" criteria, and the 350MHz Pentium II came out a year afterwards, at which point it wasn't even affordable yet anyway. As it seems to be, 350+ didn't become affordable until 1999, TWO YEARS after the port came out. And even barring all of this, a simple INI edit fixes the issue anyway. That alone makes it way too small of an issue to consider having it on this page.
23rd Jan '16 5:58:22 AM shooterboss
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16th Jan '16 7:22:45 PM DecafGrub47393
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