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As the game has no native progressive support, the PS3 has trouble de-interlacing. Some areas are fine but others like places with heavy bloom lighting or if too many items/enemies are on screen, the mishandled de-interlacing is very distracting. Perpendicular textures like footpaths, support beams, menu boxes and text are heavily affected. Game also runs at a lower framerate compared to a PS2.  
 
As the game has no native progressive support, the PS3 has trouble de-interlacing. Some areas are fine but others like places with heavy bloom lighting or if too many items/enemies are on screen, the mishandled de-interlacing is very distracting. Perpendicular textures like footpaths, support beams, menu boxes and text are heavily affected. Game also runs at a lower framerate compared to a PS2.  
 
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| Baldur's Gate - Dark Alliance 2|| {{playable}} || {{playable}} || ? || Use custom config to fix backgrounds rendering ( [[PS2 Emulation#Config_file_examples_.28for_netemu.29|Emulator Configuration]] )
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| Baldur's Gate - Dark Alliance 2|| ? || {{playable}} || ? || Use custom config to fix backgrounds rendering ( [[PS2 Emulation#Config_file_examples_.28for_netemu.29|Emulator Configuration]] )
 
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