Xbox Series X can run … PS2 games?

What is the world we live in when Microsoft’s next-generation consoles are more backward compatible with the PlayStation than the PlayStation 5.

Both Xbox Series S and X have a developer mode that users can activate. This allows you to run UWP (Universal Windows Protocol) apps. This is an application designed to run on Xbox and Windows 10 Mobile as well as Windows 10.

This includes RetroArch, a well-known front end for various emulators. This means that anyone with one of Microsoft’s new consoles can kick back and play something in the GameCube library, such as a PlayStation 2 game. I like it instead.

Modern vintage gamer Last week I tested a workaround for this emulation. There is a catch that the console does not have full power in development mode and the size of the game is limited on some platforms, but this is not yet. Unbelievably Emulation performance of such a cheap and accessible machine.

Take a look at these PS2 games:

How nice! It costs a small amount to get developer access, but once it’s paid, if you know how to use ROMs, you’ve been playing a lot of games since 2002, and it’s actually 2021 from now. You can spend time until the next generation release of. ..

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