RetroArch Switch

Discussion in 'Switch - Emulation, Homebrew & Software Projects' started by ShadowOne333, Dec 30, 2017.

  1. Milenko

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    Is it possible for goldeneye to ever improve?
     
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  3. tabnk

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    With new Hekate patch, Mario Kart 64 run near stutter free even at stock clock.
     
  4. Milenko

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    Pretty sure it's the nsp, it works fine for me with the retroarch nsp but it's from a few weeks ago
     
  5. bobdamnit

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    Ok, this works fantastically! Thanks! Most of my N64 dumps work great now!
     
  6. ploggy

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    Has anyone figured out a way of getting SM64 Last Impact working? It just black screens after the initial title screen. I had some luck running it on the PC version of Mupen64 Plus, (not Next) savestaing then transferring the savestate over to the Switch but it still doesn't work correctly, the sounds all messed up and as soon as you go through a door it black screens again.

    The game looks really interesting too. Definitely one of the best rom hacks I've seen.
     
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  7. regnad

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    Wow. Amazing. DK64 works like a goddamn charm.

    You're the man, m4xw!
     
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  8. DiscostewSM

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    If it wasn't for me being so worried about getting banned, I'd be using something other than EmuNAND via SX OS so I can try out these great pieces of homebrew. I kinda do already, but I can't take advantage of these more recent advancements.
     
  9. regnad

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    Well, if it is, I can't figure out how to get it to recognize the controller. :(

    Edit: Seems like this is only for something called mupen64 FZ. Any way this can be added in the future, m4xw?
     
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  10. JustinCredible

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    Almost the same as you but I don't care about being banned but I use SX OS only for the external hard drive support. First payload I used was Hekate before I got SX OS, but now I don't really want to go back to it unless I can chainload it with SX OS.
     
  11. buttslaya617z

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    I figured out the Playstation bios issue. I downloaded the proper scph550X.bin files (correct md5s) and they go in /retroarch/cores. DO NOT put them in /retroarch/cores/system.
     
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  12. hippy dave

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    Looks like the adapter acts as a HID controller, designed for computers. You probably won't be able to use it on Switch (for mupen or anything else) until we get a general solution to use HID usb controllers with Switch (this would be a custom sysmodule or some other kind of system patch), which is likely to happen eventually, but not much can be done from Retroarch's end until then.
     
  13. mikifantastik98

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    this patch work on retroarch 1.7.5 ( latest nightly ) ???
     
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  15. lordelan

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    What? Sure about that? Can you look into RetroArch -> Settings -> Directory settings? Where is your system folder setting pointing to?
    Normally (almost) all BIOS files would go to the system directory, except neogeo.zip.
     
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  16. Ninn

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    Just played Mickey's Speedway USA and a few other games and they run so good now! It's like a dream being able to play ur N64 games on the switch.

    Thank you for your time and effort m4xw… Much appreciated!
     
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  17. Wolf2000

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    Incredible progress! The games run a lot smoother than before!
    Happy to see Banjo Tooie running smooth too!
     
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  18. buttslaya617z

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    Oh, it was pointing to cores instead of system. Maybe I changed that on accident. I was fumbling around the UI for a while initially.
     
  19. m4xw

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    Also fixed a crash for paper mario and banjo tooie that would happen in later stages of the game (shy guy toybox and when opening jolly rogers)
     
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  20. Reecey

    Reecey Mario 64 (favorite game of all time)

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    At Home :)
    That’s what I have been doing it still shuts my switch down with loading RetroArch nightly.
     
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