EDuke32 ported to the PSVita – An open-source port of a no longer available commercial game. Why should you use this port?


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7 Responses

  1. Henkaku Enzo says:

    Please I’m begging for someone to port duke Nukem zero hour. This was the only duke Nukem game I played growing and up and it’s in third person. I remember playing with all the weapons in multiplayer mode. Please I need this in my life.

  2. James says:

    Nice! Just downloaded and given it a go, looks good. Smaller file than the official vita one too

  3. Dmaskell92 says:

    Has anyone actually tried the HRP on Vita? Because I have on the official game and it lagged really bad and loading times where intense.

    I don’t see how this homebrew was needed. Mods work on the official game.

    • Flip says:

      This homebrew is an option for folks who did not grab the official game before it was yoinked from PSN.

  4. Elwood Blues says:

    Blood is not going to happen, unless somebody ports BlodGDX, which is not open source yet AND is written in Java…

  5. Snake Plissken says:

    Love it how this mak s it but when I port doom to ps4 it doesn’t catch wind. Must of been becuse of unity

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