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This Xbox One Emulator Plays The Classics, Nes, SNES, SEGA, and Gameboy

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This Xbox One Emulator Plays The Classics, Nes, SNES, SEGA, and Gameboy

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  1. i had nesbox when it was originally in the windows store. worst emulator ever, hope they fixed it before they re-released it.

  2. Well, i am a console modder for piracy, i would say it's for the best for microsoft it's only an emulator on the web or universal app in the sandboxe and not a softmod with an exploit which enable homebrew since it would be a step away to X1 game piracy and since there's no virtualisation of the X1 or PS4 OS nor any hackintosh like of both PS4 and X1 allowing them to be run on normal PC on another partition of the hdd, they are still safe, until they reverse engineer the OS.

  3. What do you mean Sonic doesn't belong on the console? He's a 3rd party ip and has titles playable officially through backwards compatibility.

  4. The law sees nothing wrong with someone emulating games as long as A) they own a consoles license, B) they own a license to play the game

  5. i wish developers were not always so triggered and let ppl have fun change around the console that they own it would be nice to have an emulator on a console :/

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