I wouldn't share a commercial Pyra app either and haven't done so with those I bought for the Pandora, not that there'd be a lot of users able to use it anyway.Yeah, but I know for me at least, I've never shared the copy of Super Hexagon I bought with anyone. I personally doubt anyone here shared anything they bought either.
Edit: Thus the fact it was sold without DRM is neither here nor there in practice.
Really? I thought that all games for 3DS can happily run in 2D screen, hence the 2DS. You can even disable totally the 3D effect on a regular 3DS. I always felt it was a visual gimmick but in any way was necessary for the gameplay.We all know that the difficult part is that the Pandora doesn't have a 3D screen. But he was able to find a way to emulate the NDS even though the Pandora has only one screen so I'm pretty confident.
Sorry, didn't got the joke. And yes, I remember those discussions.That was a joke referencing all the people who, in the early days of the Pandora, asked for a NDS emulator and made long posts explaining how they could solve the two screen issues as if that was the hard part and getting the rest to work was just a piece of cake.
Isn't the Pyra still weaker than the GPD Win? I don't think Citra would work properly on the Pyra, at least not without some device specific optimizations. It's Citra that's unlikely to work though, you never know what comes out of this community.3DS emulation is a little bit more iffy, but with the power of optimization and the greater power of the Pyra, it might be possible. There are a few games that can apparently run well even on the original GPD Win through Citra, so the Pyra should at least be able to play those.
Well before Drastic originally came out on the Pandora, every other attempt required throwing a lot of CPU cycles at it on powerful Desktops. The Pandora is essentially the same as a first generation Android phone, yet it can do amazing things. Likely just being blessed with a community with a few excellent coders that can do amazing things. Sure GPD Win is more powerful, but there isn't many that are spending time trying to optimize Desktop ports...Isn't the Pyra still weaker than the GPD Win? I don't think Citra would work properly on the Pyra, at least not without some device specific optimizations. It's Citra that's unlikely to work though, you never know what comes out of this community.