Red Dead Redemption feature

Here are lots of X360 games, including Red Dead Redemption, running on the Xenia emulator

It appears that the team behind the most promising Xbox 360 emulator, Xenia, is making great progress. While the emulator is still unable to run commercial games at an acceptable speed, it is actually able to boot and run them. And while this may not seem like something special to you, it’s spectacular progress for the world of emulation. Below you can find videos showcasing The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, Red Dead Redemption,┬áDynasty Warriors: Strikeforce, Splatterhouse and Silent Hill 3 running on the latest version of Xenia. Do note that some games – like Red Dead Redemption – run with 2-3fps with lots of visual artifacts. Nevertheless, it’s kind of cool so go ahead and take a look!

Xenia Xbox 360 Emulator - Red Dead Redemption ingame! (5feebbf/Jun 17 2016)

Xenia Xbox 360 Emulator - The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion ingame! (6729ec1/Jun 20 2016)

Xenia Xbox 360 Emulator - Silent Hill 3 ingame! (6729ec1/Jun 20 2016)

Xenia Xbox 360 Emulator - Dynasty Warriors: Strikeforce ingame! (e95a08f/Jun 21 2016)

Xenia Xbox 360 Emulator - Splatterhouse ingame! (e95a08f/Jun 21 2016)

Xenia Xbox 360 Emulator - Far Cry: Instincts Predator ingame! (5feebbf/Jun 17 2016)

Xenia Xbox 360 Emulator - LEGO Batman: The Videogame ingame! (b5bef8c/Jun 19 2016)

Xenia Xbox 360 Emulator - Dante's Inferno ingame! (b5bef8c/Jun 19 2016)

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