Nintendo Switch emulator: Yuzu now loads a handful of commercial games

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21 Responses

  1. Wait for it says:

    Yum, dat juicy 7fps emulation… lol

    • ^lol says:

      The only serious post on this page. Children read “muh free gaems” and do not understand anything anymore.

  2. elnegro says:

    NINTENYEAROLDS BOTW

  3. Impressive says:

    Barely a year old and we’ve gotten a working emulator already? Wow

    • Jack Attack says:

      It’s a nearly stock tegra system. It’ll be one of the easiest to emulate, really.

    • azoreseuropa says:

      Not really. Try Zelda and it wont work on this emulator at least for 5 or 6 years later. I am not excite yet anyway.

      • NightStorm says:

        It will be easy to Emulate. Its a Stock Standard ARM System. There are already good working ARM Emulators out there. So the Hardware Part of the Emulation is something that is already working. They just need to Emulate the Software Subset to run the Games.

      • 123g says:

        zelda already can be emulated on wiiu though

  4. Chad says:

    “This is still a very cool milestone for an emulator that targets a console from the latest generation! Can’t wait to see what comes next.”

    I don’t know if Nintendo can come at them in any type of legal way, if they can what will “come next” would probably be some type of C&D. We’ll see what happens. To the people working on this project, keep up the amazing work.

    Chad

    • Ethan Weegee says:

      I don’t think Nintendo has any ability to take legal action. The emulator (Probably) is not bundled with any element of the Switch what-so-ever. It simply emulates the hardware.

      That’s similar to Microsoft suing VirtualBox because people use it to run pirated Windows or something.

  5. Jack Attack says:

    Thank goodness Nintendo used an exotic memory chip for games, it sure slowed piracy alright and was well worth the premium and hamstringing of devs.

  6. anon says:

    Thank god. Nintendo is a horrible company and they deserve to have all of their games emulatable as soon as possible. Karma’s a *** Ninty, and this is what you get for your DMCA abuse.