Hi Jay, thanks for taking the time to watch the video, glad you liked it. I’ll be doing a lot more soon as people need to know about how good this emulator is!
That’s unreal about the 3D, I haven’t had the need to get a Rift but if you’re bringing 3D to it then I might just have to buy one!
I never expect “proper” online to come to Citra, but if you guys get Citra to Citra working then that would be insane! We know that Nintendo like to take down their online services pretty quickly, so that would breath new life into some of the older games.
That’s cool about the controller support, it didn’t take me more than a few minutes to set up pinnacle anyway. If it has built in controller support moving forward, so that would be even better.
Like the idea about mapping areas of the touch screen to buttons, that would be really good. Though as I mentioned in my video, it’s not like most games really need constant use on the touch screen anyway. I think it’s fair to say that if you’re playing an emulator like this, things like touchscreen etc will have to be just what they are. However I didn’t actually find it that difficult to use when I was playing Tri Force Heroes.
I personally thought that Tri Force Heroes played exceptionally well, though I have seen issues with other games. I tried to get Smash Bros working but that was very slow. I understand that emulation isn’t easy so it’s expected that some games won’t work as well as this. Quite excited to find out what does run really well on Citra.