Just tried it out with a few games - works perfectly.
Donkey Kong 64's probably the game that benefits the most from this - it supports widescreen natively. Looks decent, too- someone on reddit's been posting screenshots.
why is this garbage being pushed to the front page of the website
why does this functionality even exist
what possible advantage is there in providing exposure for individual GBAtemp users to air their shitty political opinions on a website about console homebrew
The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky (the first game) runs pretty well. There are issues at area transitions (massive slowdown, the transition fade effect pulling an image that hasn't been onscreen for a few seconds), but beside that, it seems completely playable.
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Fantastic mod. Surprised it hasn't been noticed by more people- it makes the game so much more enjoyable.
Just for anyone trying it down the line- the mod works fine, but if you're having lag issues when loading new tracks with SDcafiine, you can get around them (and make the experience...
Of the two games I've tried so far- Panorama Cotton works perfectly, but Sonic 3 Complete (and I assume Sonic 3) has some audio issues- the Credits music's background track (you can trigger it from within the options menu- no need to complete the game) sounds kind of... garbled?
I'm surprised that nothing like this ever got made for PSP. The URLs necessary to pull content from Sony's servers have been public knowledge for some time- as has the process necessary to convert the results into something CFW can work with.
Every single 3DS model is homebrew-capable if you purchase a NTRBoot-compatible flashcart- whatever firmware version you're on.
http://3ds.guide/ has a few links to reputable places to purchase the right flashcarts. You're after the "R4i Gold 3DS".
@The Real Jdbye, sure, my AKG headphones give a bit of a surround effect too because they've got a great fucking sound stage despite being stereo by nature lmao. But yes that's my point exactly. The only benefit to a sound bar is they generally "just work" (except for when they don't)