RPG Playground on Nintendo Switch

Make Forums Requests RPG Playground on Nintendo Switch

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  • #3332

    deWiTTERS
    Keymaster

    Just a quick question: Do any of you play on gaming consoles such as Xbox, PlayStation or Nintendo Switch, DS, … ?

    If so, which ones?

    And how excited would you be if you could use RPG Playground on any of them? I really mean making games on the gaming console itself using the gamepad (should be possible)

    #3333

    Aura
    Participant

    That would be SO awesome!! I’ve got a 3ds/2ds and a playstation… The option to create games on consoles is somewhat of a revolution in that metier and a dream for game makers (at least for me ^^)! I would appreciate this very much!!

    #3337

    Comprehensible
    Participant

    I have a wii + u. That sounds REALLY COOL! I’d love to do that 😀

    #3426

    deWiTTERS
    Keymaster

    I just came across RPG Maker Fes for the 3DS, which actually seems to be doing such a thing. Although it seems a bit clunky to make games.

    #3456

    jjohndoe
    Participant

    You can go use unity3d(on pc) to make PS VITA and PS3 games. I haven’t used it in a long time so I don’t know what you can do now, but I *think* you can make gba games. This is just files and formats. Getting them onto a dixc/cartridge or even encrypting them, BUT unity should encrypt it while it is converting when you finalize the project.  https://store.unity.com/

     

    If I recall correctly though. If you have everything ready, then you can send the files to sonys developer thing on their website.

     

     

    #3459

    deWiTTERS
    Keymaster

    Unity 3D can indeed do that, but it’s definitely not easy:

    1. You need to be able to program to use Unity 3D
    2. Making an RPG is a big challenge, even for someone with experience in programming
    3. You need to have a registered company to be able to go on the Nintendo or Sony platforms (XBox offers XBox Live Creators programs that makes this easier)

    RPG Playground on a console would basically mean that you can easily make your own game on there, and share it with others on that platform.

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