Xenia Is A Working Xbox 360 Emulator, Showcased Running Commercial Game For The First Time

Back in March, we informed you about RPCS3 running a commercial PS3 game. Well, here is some good news for X360 fans as Ben Vanik has released a video for Xenia (a working Xbox 360 emulator), showcasing his emulator running a commercial game for the first time.

According to Ben Vanik, Xenia is using his debug interpreter, something that explains why it is extremely slow for now. And the first game that was showcased running on Xenia was Frogger 2. Yes yes, it is not much for most of you but this is a big success and a huge step in emulating X360.


Xenia Xbox 360 Emulator: Frogger 2 first run

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