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    RetroArch emulator will arrive on Xbox One in early 2019

    Though you might need to turn on Developer Mode, which requires a $19 developer account.
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    Re: RetroArch emulator will arrive on Xbox One in early 2019

    Now that is pretty cool and a surprisingly reasonable restriction from Microsoft to use it. Only 19 bucks to unlock the capability for it.

    It does make me curious why the lockout is there, maybe a debug mode and kernel access?

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    Re: RetroArch emulator will arrive on Xbox One in early 2019

    I wish I could easily find retroarch for the 360
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    Re: RetroArch emulator will arrive on Xbox One in early 2019

    I've just built a Retropie full-size Arcade cabinet which has been great but isn't the best at some of the newer N64 games etc. My next thought is a hyper spin setup, but this be the start of interesting times for XBOX One in the emulation scene, especially as many will be retired in the new few years for whatever comes next.
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    Re: RetroArch emulator will arrive on Xbox One in early 2019

    Quote Originally Posted by walibe View Post
    I've just built a Retropie full-size Arcade cabinet which has been great but isn't the best at some of the newer N64 games etc. My next thought is a hyper spin setup, but this be the start of interesting times for XBOX One in the emulation scene, especially as many will be retired in the new few years for whatever comes next.
    Have you tried looking at Rock 64? It's much more powerful than the Pi.

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