Xbox 360 Emulator Help
Q: What are your system (hardware) requirements for proper Xbox 360 emulation?
A: Our emulator should properly work (these are the minimal system requirements) with any Core 2 Duo or higher rated CPU. For graphics cards, most newer (released after 2008) GPUs should do fine, as long as they support at least DirectX9.
Naturally, the more system resources available (such as 4 or more cores, better GPU with more VRAM, system RAM, etc.), the higher the in-game fps will be (along with less stutter/flickering).
Q: Which operating systems do you support?
A: We support all modern Windows operating system, including Windows XP, Vista, 7 & 8, in 32-bit and 64-bit versions. We have no information on any future support for other operating systems.
Q: Does your emulator work?
As you can see in our demonstration videos (for example, this one here) and in the freely available download version of the software, our emulator works and is compatible with most available hardware and can play many of the currently available Xbox 360 games.
On the other hand Xbox One games are unsupported, as the Xbox one uses a completely different architecture (ironically, it's more similar to a PC than the Xbox 360, so it may be emulated in the future).
Q: Will you be working on other applications in the future?
A: We're already anticipating and preparing to work on, and eventually release new emulators for the upcoming Xbox One and Playstation 4 gaming consoles - hopefully we'll be first to market with them.
As always, all of our downloads will be available for free to our users. Stay tuned for more information.
Q: Do you have any more tutorial or demo videos?
A: You can watch our main video on our homepage here. Otherwise the software is extremely easy to use, and you shouldn't have any problemsl learning how to use it. Still, feel free to contact us at any point if you need any additional information.