Xenia Xbox 360 Emulator

Last Updated on January 18, 2022 The 360 needs zero introduction. The original Xbox could do with one, the Xbox One too, but the 360? No introductions are needed.  Microsoft’s console is a powerhouse simply down to its expansive library, only rivalled by the DS and PlayStation 2. Everything from what was on a disc … Read more

Project 64 Nintendo 64 Emulator

Last Updated on March 1, 2022 Weird shaped controllers, weirdly developed games and an emulation scene that still hasn’t managed to completely crack the perfect emulation of a piece of hardware that’s now a couple of decades old.  The console was known for bringing Mario into the 3D world, revolutionising how games were made post-Zelda … Read more

Yuzu Nintendo Switch Emulator

Last Updated on January 18, 2022 The Nintendo Switch is a weird one to emulate. The console is still actively the main console of Nintendo, so the vague grey areas of whether you want to use this or not are up to you.  However, the reason for the advancements in the Switch emulation scene as … Read more

Dolphin Gamecube Emulator

Last Updated on January 14, 2022 Dolphin is one of the most popular emulators currently available, providing not only support for Gamecube games but Wii titles as well. It has been in active development since 2003, about two years after the release of the Gamecube itself.  If you look on their website, it might look … Read more

DuckStation PlayStation 1 Emulator

Last Updated on January 14, 2022 DuckStation is all about getting the best experience out of the PlayStation games you want to re-experience. Simplistic UI pulled straight from Dolphin aids in getting straight into the game without much hassle. There are a few neat features under the hood for things like adding scan lines or … Read more