We already know the Xbox Series consoles are a great source of emulation. We've seen games such as The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess played through the two systems, and things are constantly improving. According to a new video from Modern Vintage Gamer (MVG), a new PlayStation 1 emulator is showcasing some "awesome" results.
By using the Xbox Series S's developer mode, users can gain access to a ton of emulation software. While we won't be outlining how, and don't recommend using this software yourself, the results are fascinating all the same.
One of the latest emulators, known as DuckStation 1, is said to be a fantastic piece of software for emulating PlayStation 1 titles. As evidenced in the video, numerous games such as Crash Bandicoot, Tomb Raider, Chrono Cross and more are presented in crisp, smooth gameplay. As mentioned by MVG, it's an emulator "that focuses on speed, accuracy and maintainability - and it runs on the Xbox Series S|X thanks to a UWP build and Direct X12 support".
Along with the PlayStation 1, other consoles such as the Nintendo GameCube, PlayStation 2 and even the Nintendo DS can be emulated thanks to the consoles' impressive capabilities. Again, we advise it's at your own risk and don't recommend following through with this, but you can't deny the results are mighty impressive.
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