What more do I need to say? The title says it all. I have personally tested and confirm Mario Golf: Super Rush works with both Yuzu and Ryujinx. Both emulators have been able to achieve 60 FPS on a fairly consistent basis on my end. Check out the footage below:
You’ll notice a couple of stutters, particularly when Wario uses his jetpack. Well, I was too quick to record this and didn’t properly cache the game ahead of time. Still, it runs pretty good. As mentioned in the video, there’s no video playback on Yuzu, and background textures in menus are missing. Ryujinx, our beloved, more-stable alternative, plays the opening video perfectly, and menus aren’t missing any textures. Ryujinx can also play the adventure mode with a save file; Yuzu crashed on my attempt. Sometimes, however, there may be some lighting issues in the adventure mode on Ryujinx.
What more do I need to say? This is insane. The game currently doesn’t work on Ryujinx’s LDN build, so I can’t test multiplayer, but still, if you want the 4K support or whatever, there’s no need to wait. See you out on the golf course.
It installs fine, loads fine, I go through all the setup and get to the point i choose a course, then it shows a white screen with a tip on it and it stays there. nothing else happens and NO buttons does anything. Playing with a xbox plugged controller and yes I set it up in the settings under player 1. So is it a specific setting or something? how do i get the game to actually start playing a course?
Are using Yuzu or Ryujinx?
I had this happen as well, giving the game some time it loads without any issues. It’s a little tedious, but considering how good the game looks, especially with the enhanced graphics mods for Yuzu, I think it’s worth it.
Loos interesting, thanks for the article.
I really should spend more time on emulation again, looks like I missed a lot 🙂
Let’s hope both emulators get a libretro core soon or later, ryujinx looks more promising regarding this though: