What world do we live in, when Microsoft’s next-generation console, Xbox series x, it has better compatibility with previous versions of PlayStation than PlayStation 5.
Both the Xbox Series S console like X They have a developer mode that users can activate, allowing you to run UWP (Universal Windows Protocol) applications. That is an application designed to be able to run not only on Windows 10, but also on Xbox and Windows 10 Mobile.
That includes RetroArch, a famous interface for various emulators, which means that with a minimum of fuss, anyone who owns one of Microsoft’s new consoles can kick back and play, say, a PlayStation 2 game, or something from the GameCube library if you do. you want. I prefer that instead.
Modern Vintage Gamer It has been testing this emulation solution for the last week and although there are problems, in development mode the consoles cannot use their full power and the size of some games on some platforms is limited. It’s still amazing emulation performance for such cheap and affordable machines.
Just take a look at these PS2 games: