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Discussion in 'Vita Homebrew Forum' started by Dusean17, Jul 15, 2011.
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itsa me MARIO!
ModNation Racers beats Mario Kart
Gravity Kills Kid Icarus
Uncharted Sh*ts Zelda
Little Big Planet Kills Mario
Killzone Kills Metroid
The Only thing I'm not interested in is PlayStation Hoe (I Mean Home Unless it has AR)
Maybe a nintendo 64 emulator?
There's no doubt there will be a N64 emu for the Vita.
the only N64 game i've ever played and know of is Goldeneye 007 so yeah, that plz!
The only one? I guess that's understandable, Goldeneye was extremely popular and it kinda set a hallmark for shooters with the splitscreen multi-player. I'd play Zelda OoT (don' t need 3D). Heck, most 3DS titles are remakes of N64 titles .
Zelda kills uncharted, sorry but zelda is pure amazingness, conquers bad fur day on vita <3
I totally aggre with you.
1. Pokemon, because it is my favorite RPG and Im playing it, since i was a little child
2. Mario Kart, because it is the only Racing-Game wich is fun for me.
3. Diddy Kong Racing, its a bit worse than Mario Kart, but still good enough.
mario cart is prob. the best racing games ever
I kinda liked Dragon Ball Kai: Saiyajin Raishuu (DragonballZ: Attack Of The Saiyans
i've read in hacker forums the vita could even emulate 3ds functions .... obviously minus the 3d aspect ... but it would be cool to be able to play there very few hit games like resident evil and play there newer zelda games .. that would be cool
Is the vita powerful enough to do a fully fledged DS emulation?
it's said that it can but as far as hacking is concerned ... it's not possible at this time
I'd really like to see a ds emulation run on a vita, to see how crisp it is. I don't expect the vita to be hacked for at least another 8-12 months.
it would be interesting .. and yeah i'd give it about a year
Since the DS has a dual screen, it would be impossible to emulate most DS games. Also many of the games used a stylus and I don't think a Vita screen can recognize a more precise instrument such as a stylus.
The duel screen would only be a problem if you needed to look at both at the same time to play a game. The emulator could simply use the rear touch pad to switch between top and bottom screens. The real problem is the vita does not have enough memory to properly run a DS emulator. Assuming you could even program one to work with the Vitas CPU and GPU