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Starting to get old now and so like alot of people with mid life-crises's, i'm really starting to get rid of alot of junk. I'm still a die-hard gamer, but PC is all i really want with just my PS4 being the one console i'll also keep for any game that i really like but was one of the unlucky console-only titles and can't get on an emulator. Just one problem... Crimson Skies High Road To Revenge is a game i absolutely love and really want to keep in my collection.but, as everyone of you know, it was only released on the 3 generations of Xbox consoles to have come out over the years. I do also have a 360 and have it on there in my digital downloads and it works fine... but tbh none of my other games in my Xbox download list i really care about and having a whole console just for one game? Maybe if i was 15 still but not anymore when i'm now just starting to get grays :( Surely this game is playable (like as in perfect) on some emulator in 2020 given how we have PS2 emulators that run perfect. Anyone know?

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It is progressing slowly, you can run some commercial games but it is best to try it yourself and see the results...

BUT I must ask why compare ps2 emulator progress to xbox? They are clearly completely different system in almost every way, they have different devs working each emulator and pretty much everything else is different.

It is 2020 and massive progress is being done on PS3 and Nintendo Switch emulator.

For XBOX Original, it maybe good next year or next ten years who knows, if you have seen what is in the original XBOX hardware and for somewhat reason Microsoft did to control the hardware then you will realise it is much, much more complex than you think hence why so few devs work on it, when work on the emulators for this system pretty much halted for a couple of years and just over the past year it finally making massive progress and seeing commercial games running, some terribly but some very well.

If you want to know Crimson Skies works yet, just search in youtube and try to find a recent video of someone trying it on a emulator for real world indication of it working or not.
 

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It is progressing slowly, you can run some commercial games but it is best to try it yourself and see the results...

BUT I must ask why compare ps2 emulator progress to xbox? They are clearly completely different system in almost every way, they have different devs working each emulator and pretty much everything else is different.

It is 2020 and massive progress is being done on PS3 and Nintendo Switch emulator.

For XBOX Original, it maybe good next year or next ten years who knows, if you have seen what is in the original XBOX hardware and for somewhat reason Microsoft did to control the hardware then you will realise it is much, much more complex than you think hence why so few devs work on it, when work on the emulators for this system pretty much halted for a couple of years and just over the past year it finally making massive progress and seeing commercial games running, some terribly but some very well.

If you want to know Crimson Skies works yet, just search in youtube and try to find a recent video of someone trying it on a emulator for real world indication of it working or not.
"BUT I must ask why compare ps2 emulator progress to xbox? They are clearly completely different system in almost every way, they have different devs working each emulator and pretty much everything else is different."

I'll be honest with you... I'm not tech savvy... like at all :( Thanks for the reply, hopefully get there soon.
 

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Sorry but I am getting tired of the same old questions and especially ones that complain the systems are old and should have an emulator for android.

A little research you can find out it is much more complex problem than just time, it takes devs and research.
 
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