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Discussion in 'Switch - Hacking & Homebrew' started by Daeken, Oct 2, 2017.
Now where are all those numbnuts from the "f**K IT. IM UPDATIUNG" blog at
You're probably right. I'm probably only concerned because I was familiar with the Minecraft mod developer scene for some time. There these things happen, almost everytime when a new major release of MC is released.
That's indeed a problem, but the Switch isn't reserved engineered enough for any kind of (for end users interesting) homebrew. Therefore the scene is going to be developers only and small for quite a while, while the trend of updating users continues. In the end there are probably still unexplored exploits out there, which will be explored and used to make Switch homebrew available to the masses, when the time is ready(remember when smea released tubehax, ironhax), no software is perfect.
Might be some standards issues, I know a lot were working on libnx and developing their own things, so we might run into some major redundancy issues. Only time will tell.
The white hats will tend to make this difficult in the long run. Nintendo was very smart in getting that program up and running. It will be a cat and mouse game on firmware (on the assumption that major holes are found), but that was obvious ever since HackerOne launched but the fact that it has had so many (and some very important) submissions means it took off well and their engineers responded well.
But I also don't know how many will be interested in pursuing higher firmware. If you have no interest in piracy and are actually in it for homebrew, 3.0.0 is enough. This will splinter the scene further since there *are* those who are trying to get flash carts up and running for their rackets.
SCREW IT I'M UPDATUING!
Warning: Spoilers inside!
I'll see myself out.
I'd rather have the Switch for what I payed $300+ for, and not just have it sitting their limited to old features and games because of Homebrew.
I have a $39 Amazon Fire that serves very well for emulation, games, etc and even runs Wii games at 20-30fps.
Damn now I have to buy pokken tournament, literally the only game where I didn't have to think to not buy it
DBX 2 had 3.0 update too i believe
Dbz had too many technical flaws to even consider buying, plus the resell\trade value for pokken will stay steady in comparison to dbz
just rent the game if there still some places around you for that
Too bad I updated to 3.0.2. Oh well.
I don't know of any places that do game rentals anymore.
Damn, I don't know about that as rentals died in the USA about a decade ago... It sounds like Rohan 3.0.0 is where development is headed so pokken is the only choice... But It if I can charge $5 for anyone who wants to use pokken for a quick second to update I can get my money back quickly
Yup, I'm on 3.0.1 due to Sonic Mania. Oh well...PS3 3.51 all over again lol.
I'm bored and consider myself a power user so my goal tonight is to get pegaswitch running.
Well, you're lucky, me, permanently SOL. Thanks a lot, Sega for making you game so appealing.
Protip: When we say that you really, really, really shouldn't upgrade -- we're saying it for a reason!
And I believe in your words, mister
But some people just can't help the urge haha
Yeah, I guess makes me feel so much better and gives hope for 3.0.1 users, alright.
I have both games, quality wise both are meh.I'm enjoying DBX2 more though also it's $10 cheaper
So let me get this straight this ROhan is Strictly for 3.0 only? or is it for Firmwares 2.0.0-3.0.0?