Emulators on Xbox One

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Xbox One
Xbox-One.png
Developer Microsoft
Type Home video game console
Generation Eighth generation
Release date 2013
Predecessor Xbox 360
Successor Xbox Series X/S
Emulated

The Xbox One is quite friendly when it comes to homebrew. For a one-time payment of USD$19, you can enable Dev Mode on your console and install and run any application package, including emulators. Since these emulators are UWP (Universal Windows Platform) apps, they can also run on the Xbox Series X/S (which can provide much better performance) and some can run on Windows 10/11.

Frontends[edit]

Name Version FLOSS Active Recommended
RetroArch 1.10.3
RetriX 2.1.77.0 ?

Sony[edit]

PlayStation[edit]

Name Version FLOSS Active Recommended
DuckStation git

PlayStation Portable[edit]

Name Version FLOSS Active Recommended
PPSSPP 1.9.3-281
2017
WinPSPe 1.4-56 ? ?

Microsoft[edit]

Xbox and Xbox 360[edit]

Name Version FLOSS Active Recommended
Fission Patch based

Nintendo[edit]

Nintendo Entertainment System[edit]

Name Version FLOSS Active Recommended
Nesbox 1 ?

Nintendo 64[edit]

Name Version FLOSS Active Recommended
Win64e10 1 ?

Game Boy / Game Boy Advance[edit]

Name Version FLOSS Active Recommended
VBA10 1 ?

Sega[edit]

Dreamcast[edit]

Name Version FLOSS Active Recommended
Flycast CI Builds

Other[edit]

Chip-8[edit]

Name Version FLOSS Active Recommended
CHIP Emulator 1 ?

External links[edit]

See also[edit]