WWE SmackDown! Here Comes the Pain

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WWE SmackDown! Here Comes the Pain
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WWE SmackDown! Here Comes the Pain
Region NTSC-U:
Serial numbers: SLUS-20787
Release date: October 27, 2003
CRCs: 9B85B093
Windows Status: Playable
Linux Status: unknown
Mac Status: unknown
Region PAL:
Serial numbers: SLES-52036
Release date: November 7, 2003
CRCs:
Windows Status: unknown
Linux Status: unknown
Mac Status: unknown
Region NTSC-J:
Serial numbers: SLPS-25327
Release date: January 29, 2004
CRCs:
Windows Status: unknown
Linux Status: unknown
Mac Status: unknown

Developer(s): YUKE's
Genre: Sports
Wikipedia: Link
Game review links: Link
Game review score: 9.1/10 (IGN)
Game description: This game is a part of the "WWE SmackDown!" video game series based on the professional wrestling company World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE). This game was the sequel to WWE SmackDown! Shut Your Mouth and was succeeded by WWE SmackDown! vs. Raw. It is the only award-winning game in the series. Also known as Exciting Pro Wrestling 5 in Japan.

Winlogo.png Test configuration on Windows:

PCSX2 version: 0.9.8
Graphics by GSdx: r4459
Sound by SPU2-X: 1.4.0
Pad plugin is LilyPad: 0.10.0
BIOS version: Europe v2.00

Comments: As of August 26, 2011, this game is not listed on the official compatibility list (NTSC-J and PAL versions).

  • Can use the multitap option by enabling it in both PCSX2 (Config > Multitap 1) and in LilyPad ("Port 1 MultiTap" and configure the Pads 1A/B/C/D).

Hack comments: Hacks: INTC, Wait Idle Loop, mVU Flag Hack.

Linlogo.png Test configuration on Linux:

PCSX2 version: untested
Graphics by ZZogl: untested
Sound by SPU2-X: untested


Pclogo.png PC specs used to test the game:

CPU: Intel® Core™2 Duo Processor E8400 (6M Cache, 3.00 GHz, 1333 MHz FSB)
GPU: GeForce 9600 GT

Comments: I believe that the game might be able to be played at a solid 60 FPS on a weaker CPU - sadly, I don't have the ability to test that.