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1. Posted: Thu 10th May 2012 09:47 BST
Ok, so couple of months ago, I bought Zen Pinball 3D because I was obsessed with pinball at that time and I loved it. Had fun game play and everything. Then I stopped playing for a while to play other games. Then one day, while I was looking through my home menu, I saw it and wanted to play it again since it had been about a month since I've last played it. While I was playing, I noticed that the frame rate was a bit slower that when I last played. Is this normal, Is it because I had got more games since I had last played it and slowed down the RAM or something or is it just me?
Edited on Thu 10th May, 2012 @ 09:47 by ChibiJib
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2. Posted: Thu 10th May 2012 09:51 BST
I haven't noticed.
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3. Posted: Thu 10th May 2012 10:01 BST
Mabye its the new update....
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4. Posted: Thu 10th May 2012 10:16 BST
While i wouldn't rule out there's a problem here it could also be your mind is playing tricks on you.Happens to me sometimes when i return to a game after having played something with a better framerate.
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5. Posted: Fri 11th May 2012 14:00 BST
Maybe you were playing it in 3D, and it runs at a lower framerate in 3D than 2D?
6. Posted: Sat 12th May 2012 02:09 BST
I don't think it's that, as I always used to play it in 3D...
7. Posted: Sun 13th May 2012 23:59 BST
I -would- rule out a problem, myself, because I think it is the phenomena you described. Kid Icarus: Uprising has a steady 60 frames.I didn't really notice Zen Pinball 3D running at 30 or otherwise; it just looks nice. 4x anti-aliasing in 3D, to boot. I'd take that over a 60 fps frame-rate.