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Xbox emulators

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The '''[[wikipedia:Xbox (console)|Xbox]]''' is a sixth-generation console released by Microsoft on November 15, 2001. just listen to this there are no good emulators for pc. Known as the DirectXbox during development, it is notable for the specs having similarities to a PC, namely as a result of using familiar components around the [[wikipedia:x86|x86]] architecture. It had a custom Pentium III CPU at 733 MHz with 64 MB of RAM, and a custom Nvidia GPU codenamed NV2A at 233 MHz. The Xbox was often said to be the most powerful console from the sixth generation, and Sega later designed the '''[ Chihiro arcade system]''' with the same components. It retailed at {{inflation|USD|299.99|2001}}.
The Xbox was a modest seller, and helped create a brand for Microsoft that would give [[Xbox 360 emulators|its successor]] a stronger market share in the west; despite Microsoft's best efforts the original Xbox and succeeding consoles from the company have never gained a foothold in Japan for various reasons.<ref name="Censored_Gaming">{{cite web|url=|title=Why The Xbox Failed In Japan|publisher=Youtube|accessdate=2018-07-25|date=2018-07-16}}</ref> It had a number of advantages over other sixth-gen consoles at the time; it was the only console to include a hard disk,<ref group=N>The [[PlayStation 2 emulators|PlayStation 2]] also had a hard disk accessory, but the Xbox had it built-in on all models. Consoles in the seventh generation and onward began to include internal storage in varying forms.</ref> meaning it was the first to be able to rip CDs, and it was the first and only console of the lineup to include a unified online service called Xbox Live,<ref group=N>The [[Sega Dreamcast emulators|Dreamcast]] had Sega Net in North America and Dreamarena in Europe, but Xbox Live was the same for all regions.</ref> prompting Sony to create the [[Wikipedia:PlayStation Network|PlayStation Network]] the next generation.

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