Jurassic: The Hunted, Chaotic: Shadow Warriors & Fracture running on the Xenia Xbox 360 emulator

YouTube’s ‘John GodGames Emus’ has shared some video showing Jurassic: The Hunted, Chaotic: Shadow Warriors and Fracture running in the latest DirectX 12 version of the best Xbox 360 emulator, Xenia. These games came only on consoles and the first two titles appear to be playable in Xenia.

Jurassic: The Hunted is a first-person shooter featuring dinosaurs that came out on October 16, 2009. On the other hand, Chaotic: Shadow Warriors is a game based on the TV show and trading card game of the same name in which players travel through various realms of Perim and help many Creatures (residents of Perim) in quests in an effort to save Perim.

As said, these two games appear to be working great on Xenia, though we don’t know if they are fully playable (meaning if performance remains this good in the later levels and whether they can be completed without encountering any major glitches).

Fracture is a physics-based game in which players can manipulate the terrain. The game came out on October 7th, 2008, and offers the player futuristic weapons, both in the form of guns and grenades which can raise or lower the terrain. This ability allows the player to create cover, jump to areas not normally reachable, and launch enemies into the air and into ceilings. Fracture currently has visual glitches though it’s pretty cool that the emulator can run it.

As a bonus, we’ve also included below Terminator Salvation running with 60fps. This game is also available on the PC so there is no reason at all to play it via this emulator.

Enjoy!

Xenia Xbox 360 Emulator - Jurassic: The Hunted Ingame / Gameplay! (DX12 WIP)

Xenia Xbox 360 Emulator - Chaotic: Shadow Warriors Ingame / Gameplay! (DX12 WIP)

Xenia Xbox 360 Emulator - Fracture Ingame / Gameplay! (DX12 WIP)

Xenia Xbox 360 Emulator - Terminator Salvation Ingame / Gameplay! (DX12 WIP)

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