i always wanted to play the console version of the game on pc. (did not had the chance to try them since i never owned a console)
Nice work !
This morning i was reading this thread then i decided to try a little bit myself.
I tried to run Tides of War on xqemu-xbox (an xbox emulator for pc) on Linux.
The emulator is in a very early stage of developpement and games are too laggy for being realy playable.
But my goal was to run it and perform a splitcachemap command (mentionned by Eugeny somewhere) from the console to see what it does.
The emulator is easy to build but gathering the files needed to run the game is tricky, however i managed to get them.
But even for accessing the game menu the emulator needs huge power thus with my old intel i3 laptop i’m stuck at the xbox animation:
but since it started when i provided a ToW image i have good hopes that it can work.
So if someone has a very good hardware (something like a good i5 or an i7 and enough RAM) and want to try it (on linux idk about windows), i can make it more easy for you to run the game on the emulator :)[/QUOTE]
emulators do not work with this game yet
ps. my config:
Intel Core i7-6700K
Kingston HyperX Savage 32 Gb
GIGABYTE GeForce GTX 1080 G1 GAMING
Zalman CNPS10X Performa
SATA-3 240Gb Kingstone UV400
SATA-3 128Gb OCZ Vertex 4
SATA-3 2Tb Western Digital Caviar Red [WD20EFRX] Cache 64MB
Seagate (500 ГБ, 7200 RPM, SATA-II)
A4Tech Bloody TL8
Razer Goliathus 2013 Speed