Nintendo 64 Emulator Live And Available To Download on Xbox One

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  1. Sonic Angel Knight
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    I have no way to check myself as i do not own a xbox one so i need someone to confirm this.

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  2. ShadowOne333

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    Wasn't this shut down today?
     
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    I dunno, i don't have the system to check myself so someone else who does, can check and verify and post it here, and report it if this is no longer a thing. I just foud this on a website while browsing for ps vita homebrew.
     
  4. VashTS

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    it was shut down afaik

    from what i heard it wasn't worth the 10 bones it cost. i had my card in hand until someone said it didn't run that great. i have many other ways to play these games on my TV, don't need a shittier way.
     
  5. RustInPeace

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    Now I don't have a reason to get Xbox One. Nah, just joking, would rather play a real N64 game and console. On that note though, I say that because last I checked Project64, even with my dual graphics cards and everything, still had some graphical glitches. The frame rate was better and more constant, but errr, turned me off to N64 emulation.
     
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    From what I've seen people say that's due to little documentation on the n64, the people behind the emulators are kind of making it up and learning as they go along. I maybe entirely
    Wrong .
     
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