Microsoft Xbox 360 Emulators
Microsoft Xbox 360 Background
Microsoft started selling their XBox 360 in 2005. The XBox 360 used High Definition graphics. Dance mats, Gamercize for exercise, and various controllers and headsets available to enhance gameplay. The Kinect was introduced to use your body as a controller.
The XBox 360 is thinner and lighter than its predecessor. The available hard drive sizes are 250gb and 4gb. Typically the system will come with one controller and one game.
Below are the Microsoft Xbox 360 Emulators available:
Microsoft Xbox 360 Emulators for Windows
More Info on the Microsoft Xbox 360
The Kinect is great and we’re disappointed to say that we don’t think that there will be a PC or Mac version to play roms such as Just Dance, Dance Central, boxing, kung fu, etc.
You can find the XBox 360 on a deal with two controllers and a game or two on occasion or the system with a Kinect and a game or three to go with it. Some of the games that come with this package are so prevalent that you can’t even sell them for much online or locally even if they are still new in the box and shrink wrapping.
There is a white version, a shiny black version, a matte black version, a Call of Duty version, a Modern Warfare version, and a Star Wars version. We assume that there will continually be new versions coming out that may or may not become collectible as time goes on.
Emulators for this system (when they come out and become available on our site for the public) will require a very fast processor, lots of ram, an awesome video card and a powerful power supply.
The Xenia Emulator in Action
Xenia is the best Microsoft Xbox 360 emulator out there. Do you want to watch videos of the Xenia emulator playing Xbox 360 games and see what it’s capable of doing? Then check out the following YouTube playlist we have created.