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Discussion in 'Switch - Exploits, Custom Firmwares & Soft Mods' started by DarkOrb, Nov 11, 2017.
Are we talking about a port of Doom (1993) to the Switch already?
Damn that sounds sexy af.
Yes, He is working on that
great, people already porting old games, and I'm struggeling at getting Mephisto to execute binaries fml
So? I stated exactly that. Where's your problem with that? Did you think I was being ironic or something?
Btw, it was about game devs stopping releasing games, which is not entirely the same as hardware sales. But we still share a point here.
I run Ubuntu through VirtualBox, got the clang-5.0 build tools installed but Mephisto fatal asserts when trying to run ctu against an nso I built from switch_examples (simple.nso)
Guess I will have to wait until kgsws publishes something a little easier to follow.
yep tried to run a libtransistor nro and an nso (win10 Linux Subsystem) Assertion `exists(lfn)' failed.
which website are you pulling those posts from? i'd like to go there and read some...
Its from the reswitched discord, if you are interested in the daily development is a good place to check
Oh my this is such a huge thing.
At least for me
Can't call a system a gaming device without it running Doom first. xD
With Doom being ported, I can assume the libraries and other stuff used for the port would come in handy for other homebrew devs
perfect. thanks. am there now. can't post but that's probably for the best
gosh I'm getting mad at Mephisto if it'll continue throwing that fatal assertion error.
Exactly same error I'm getting (in the loadNso call).
OK, I got something out (avoided the assert and a pipe of a load of debug) with the following command instead of setting up a load.meph file:
./Mephisto/ctu --load-nso ./switch_examples/templates/simple/simple.nso
poke tournament baby
You are a saviour. Its finally debugging the libtransistor nro binaries.
It already has Doom on it.
Not the true FPS granddaddy though
Doom'16 is better than Doom'93.
A surprisingly solid port on the Switch, been enjoying it on my off-hours.
I've been wanting to get it for the Switch actually, but two things are keeping me from doing it:
The price point (full price for an almost 2 year old game is quite a lot for me)
I still don't know nor have confirmation on what system update does it ask for the Switch.
I wouldn't care about the price point if I know the game is playable on 3.0 or below, because I won't sacrifice homebrew for just one game
Yeah, but now it will have a version that runs above 30fps.