Recently some of the Xbox One gamers would have been ‘lucky’ enough to have purchased the N64 Emulator which slipped through the nets at Microsoft….
Eurogamer reports that this week an N64 emulator called Win64e10 was actually released for the machine. Although the app was hidden as it was awaiting Microsoft approval, word quickly spread that it could be found if searched for, ultimately leading to an unspecified number of £7.69 ($9.99) sales.
It has of course since been removed, but those who managed to download it prior to this were able to run pirated ROMs of cult games such as Super Mario 64 and Mario Kart 64. These ROMs can actually be uploaded onto Microsoft’s OneDrive cloud storage platform, eradicating the need for USB flash drives.
However as of this moment in time the application can be seen in the dashboard but is reporting that it cannot be opened- thus M$ have disabled it…
Did you manage to use it – are you still using it ? Let us know in the comments below….
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