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The low-latency mode doesn't support audio IIRC, however you can always plug the switch into Line In and play that back.
I don't think you understood the post - this isn't useful in any way for CFW.
No need to repack it - use layeredfs with Atmosphere.
Sunshine has straight-up the same format that gcn emulators use - which hopefully means it'll be really simple to inject new games. I had a look...
If they add the WiiShop music to the eShop, it'll make all previous firmware versions inferior instantly.
Hey, don't undermine the toad profile pictures added...
Yeah, not all updates are just made to break CFW. 6.0, 6.2, and 7.0 were, though.
If you check it with NSC Builder and the signature is correct, that means it's safe, right?
The red flag to me is the master key encryption. Correct me if I'm wrong, but hasn't every first-party game been encrypted for the latest firmware?
Don't you need the titlekey to run it anyway? I think I remember something similar with Super Mario Party
In the future, be sure to eject it before taking it out on a pc, and turn off the 3DS before removing it as well.
Still, we don't know how much of that power is actually used.
I would normally agree with that, but since the Shield uses the same CPU and runs full speed, it looks like they realistically could.
That's the article from 2 years ago about the emulator on the Shield, and not related to this case - unless, of course, it ends up using the same...
Using an existing emulator to run Galaxy would be easier to do than doing a native port from source code, but there's no definitive way to tell.
I feel like they could really milk it too, maybe by adding new game modes, like SMW and NSMB. That would keep things fresh and draw in new players.
I'm a bit on the fence about it. Emulation would be great, but we have a near-perfect N64 emulator already, and native would be better for mods....
Yeah, it's really noticeable in round textures. That doesn't necessarily mean it's not emulated, because they could still repack it into an n64 file.
3 words: Ring Fit Adventure
As a modder, I would almost prefer a native port rather than emulation, as it makes modding significantly easier, at least for me.