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Xenia (emulator)

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Original author(s)Ben Vanik
Written inC++, C, Assembly
    Operating systemMicrosoft Windows
    LicenseBSD License 2.0

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    Xenia is a free and open-source emulator of Xbox 360 games for Microsoft Windows.


    After a four-year development phase, developer Ben Vanik released proof of concept a video of Frogger 2 running through Xenia. The emulated game ran at a low frame rate, which Vanik attributed to the program using a debug interpreter for emulation, expecting a speed-up in later development stages.[1] In September 2018, support for Vulkan was dropped in favour of Direct3D 12.[2]


    1. Good, Owen S. (29 March 2014). "Video shows Xbox 360 emulation working on a PC". Polygon.
    2. Donnelly, Joe (19 September 2018). "Xbox 360 emulator shares batch of DX12 Halo 3 screens". PC Gamer.

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