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Old game on a new(er) PC

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I have a (very) old game that I would like to play again - Spec Ops: Rangers Lead The Way from Zombie Studios.

When installing I have four video options:

- software

- OpenGL

- Voodoo

- Voodoo2 (used this on my first PC)

On "software" it is hideous, the graphics are granier than doom!

Is there a way to emulate Voodoo cards? How do I run it with OpenGL? Does anyone have a third solution?

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Just select OpenGL. Your GFX card should be able to use one of the OpenGL driver versions. I still play some of my older games that use OpenGL and they look pretty good to me.

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Same here, im running an old game in OpenGL mode on windows7 with a invida 570gt card no problems

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On software the graphics are rendered by the CPU, so it will be laggy depending on how fast your CPU is

That being said, the original R6 runs well on Software at highest-res and no graphical glitching.

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Sorry for my late reply. Works OK with OpenGL, though the texture are nowhre near Voodoo. (as far as I rember)

Man it is tough to play a 3rd person shooter after so many years of 1st person. Especially when 1st person sight mode doesn't work properly :(

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