This title starts, but may crash or have significant issues.
Last TestedNov 3, 2021
Reported by Discord user: No3rdImpactPlz#5072
created_at: 1635904833 xbe_cert_title_id: 1297285222 xbe_headers_sha256: d98ba50c01b0b8c17ea69b1338d8fa65551eca65f84110812024579da5e2669d xemu_version: 0.6.1-33-gbbcd5763e6 xemu_branch: xemu_commit: bbcd5763e6204d6d1e109c2d19cfd794e3abf8e2 xemu_date: Sun Oct 31 15:19:16 UTC 2021 os_platform: Linux os_version: Ubuntu 20.04.3 LTS cpu: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-7400T CPU @ 2.40GHz gl_vendor: Intel gl_renderer: Mesa Intel(R) HD Graphics 630 (KBL GT2) gl_version: 4.6 (Core Profile) Mesa 21.0.3 gl_shading_language_version: 4.60 compat_rating: Starts compat_comments: I played through the 1st level 3 times. No assertion errors were encountered during my 3 tests. However, the portion I did play was still not without issues. They are: 1.) The environments of the tutorial area and the 1st level still become nearly blindingly bright yellow when the camera is moved around in some directions. This also causes the details on chracter and enemy models to become almost too dark to discern when it happens. 2.) While on 1x scaling the performance can maintain a relatively solid 59-60FPS, even on my lower-end desktop, there are times when the game can dip into the 40s and 30s. This most consistently happened during the 1st stage's boss when there were lots of energy effects going on while they summoned projectiles. Although the game may be a candidate for being labeled "playable," even if further testing would show the other stages work fine and run at playable speeds, I think the random stark shifts in lighting in the tutorial and 1st stage may be a danger to those with epilepsy. _id: 6181ed41b8c09fd1493e8726 provided_by_discord_id: 650530029817692162 provided_by_discord_name: No3rdImpactPlz#5072