This weekend, TASBot will finally take its talents into the modern gaming era, showing off expert level Super Mario Maker 2 gameplay on an actual Switch during the livestreamed Awesome Games Done Quick speedrunning marathon. And this time, the TASBot team is taking pains to make sure no one else can copy its method—to hopefully avoid Nintendo potential legal ire in the process. The effort to let a Linux computer take external control of a Switch game began a bit inadvertently back in 2018, when...

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