Date Listed/Updated: 2020-09-13 01:26:24
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OS: Win2000,WinXP,Win7 x32,Win7 x64,Windows 8,Windows 10,WinServer,WinOther,Windows2000,Windows2003,Windows Server 2000,Windows Server 2003,Windows Server 2008,Windows Server 2008r2,Windows Server 2012,Windows Tablet PC Edition 2005,Windows Media Center Edition 2005,WinVista,Windows Vista Starter,Windows Vista Home Basic,Windows Vista Home Premium,Windows Vista Business,Windows Vista Enterprise,Windows Vista Ultimate,WinVista x64,Windows Vista Home Basic x64,Windows Vista Home Premium x64,Windows Vi
License: Other Price($): 0
Author/Publisher name: Bernard Tisovnik
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Xenia is a free and open-source video game console emulator for Xbox 360 that runs on Windows and Linux PCs. Xenia Emulator is an open-source program and therefore it is free to download and anyone with programming knowledge can contribute to it. Xenia emulator is considered as the best Xbox 360 emulator for PC and it imitates the action of Xbox 360 in Windows PCs with very few minor glitches. Product development for XENIA started sometime in 2013 as a part-time project of Ben Vanik. At present, it is the only Xbox360 emulator in the market, except those that comes in official packaging of Xbox One.
Over the years, Xenia evolved and by 2018 a programmer namely Triang3 worked on the latest DirectX 12 graphics starting in July of the same year. This leads to creating a new code that makes the emulator run faster and has more accurate emulation. When compared to other emulators, Xenia is relatively easy to set up; just download the file, extract the file from ZIP, and run the installation process.
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Xenia is a research Xbox 360 emulator project developed by Ben Vanik. He began the project while he had been switching between his jobs and came up with the idea that he wanted to try hacking into something very interesting. While he was in Tokyo, he had got himself some Japanese games to play and all of those were region-locked. As he was sad that he was not able to play any of them on his Xbox 360, so that is when he started his investigation of the homebrew scene of 360. He has also written the PlayStation Portable emulator and he seemed to have really enjoyed it very much. But it freaked him out a lot when he came to know that no one was really playing using the 360 emulators and this disappointed him. So, since that time, whenever he was bored and had nothing to do at the moment, he started working to develop XENIA as his on and off the project that he did during his leisure time. If you re interested in trying out Xenia, you can get it from https: xeniaemulator.com .
This also is an open-sourced Xbox 360 emulator for PCs. Other systems can work but developers aren t testing them. Mobile devices, too, could be targeted in the far future. We don t have plans to publicly support a 32-bit operating system. The recommended operating system for XENIA is Windows 10 with x64. Although on the minimum, Windows 7 may or may not work as well. Any 4th generation processor or the later ones work just fine and require a RAM of 6GB or more although it may or may not work with 4GB as well. In order to have this emulator, Xbox 360 console is required however, Xbox 350 files are not needed. Also, storage of at least 16 GB is needed too. As this is still an experimental project, not all real games run fine in it.
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