Original PlayStation emulator is available on Xbox One
Many emulators that gave gamers the opportunity to play Nintendo titles have been accessible on Xbox One, but there hasn’t been one which could do the same thing for PlayStation games.
WinPDFRReader by JarlStudio is a functional PDF reader which also allows you to execute PlayStation emulator code. Its functionality was tested and the result was successful. Even if the performance is not that perfect, games such as Crash Banditcoot work really well on Xbox One using WinPDFReader.
The Spanish outlet Generatcion Xbox has conducted a detailed test and it found out that a lot of games ran between 35-60 FPS. You can load a ROM from an external source, a flash drive or OneDrive, for instance, and it works on the console perfectly.
Microsoft might have not known about this in the past, but it sure knows now, because this story is widely and quickly spreading across the Internet. You can find WinPDFReader for $10 on the Xbox Store but if you want to get it, you should hurry up as it might be taken down soon.
It’s good to know that like any emulator, it might stop working on Xbox One because of the fact that it violates Microsoft’s terms and conditions. Even if you might not get banned for using the emulator, you might loose those $10, if Microsoft is going to decide to remove the emulator from its servers. If despite all of this you still want to get it, you just have to search for WinPDFReader and get the program.
JarlStudio is currently working on more emulators for Xbox One and Windows 10. WinPDF is another PDF reader that is available on Xbox One and it’s a Nintendo 64 emulator. The developer team from JarlStudio is also planning a PlayStation Portable emulator for the console.
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