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Nintendo now upgrades vulnerable N64 emulations • Eurogamer.de

Nintendo now upgrades vulnerable N64 emulations • Eurogamer.de

Switch is a classic from Nintendo online from October 2021: The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, Mario Kart 64, Star Fox 64 and many more. Received new reviews for implementing new implementations of retro games. A new update now gives hope that Nintendo can upgrade.

When retro games came new to Switch Online, some in the community complained of delayed gaming, audio delay or graphics vulnerabilities or other issues with implementation that were directly comparable to the N64 version. Especially from a popular company like Nintendo, which offers games as part of an extended paid subscription, some would have expected more and disappointed in performance.

In early November, the head of the company said how VGC It has already been reported in the review that they will be taken very seriously. Now with the last update of Switch Online there were already minor graphical improvements. As one user reported on Twitter, for example, system issues at the famous Water Temple in Ocarina of Time have now been slightly improved.

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According to LuigiBlood Datamine, this may be an upgrade to the console’s N64 emulator, which has somewhat improved the settings.

But this is just the beginning, because much remains to be done: the comments below, for example, suggest that atmospheric fog is still missing from the water temple, and that bugs or glitches on topics such as paper have not yet been fixed.

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There have been complaints in the past that the old controller pack from N64, Switch is not supported by online apps, some will like it. As Dataminer LuigiBlood confirms, the emulator actually supports this function, but so far players have not accessed it.

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Even on the newly added Banjo-Kazooie, players like Streamer JCog on Twitter are already complaining about storage issues – which again will cause a lot of dissatisfaction in the community. After all, it is now clear that Nintendo has already begun to make improvements.

This is a good thing, because in the future some more games are expected for the Switch Online Retro Library, and the community naturally believes that they will be available in the best quality – the subscription will eventually be useful.