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post #21661 of 21666 Unread 09-25-2016, 02:04 AM
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Went to their official site and read some posts. One dude has dropped over $4,000 in this game. Yep that's FOUR THOUSAND DOLLARS!!! That's crazy, but if he enjoys it so be it. Of course that's on the PC side and when the game first came out.
Are you talking about Star Trek Online? Or Star Citizen which I could totally understand the $4K price tag for...

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Get the N64 emulator before it's removed from the Windows Store...

http://arstechnica.com/gaming/2016/0...-the-xbox-one/

Today, thanks in part to Microsoft's Universal Windows Platform, you can download a Nintendo 64 emulator to your Xbox One directly from Microsoft's official store.

W64e10 (a port of the GNU open source Mupen64plus) has been available for Windows 10 and Windows Mobile devices for a few months through the Windows Store. The latest v 2.1.0.0.1 update to the $10 app extends that platform support to the Xbox One. That's possible thanks to the UWP program, announced earlier this year partly as a way to let developers easily bring PC apps to the Xbox One without much in the way of porting effort.

The "w64" emulator can download ROMs from a user's linked Microsoft OneDrive account, making it quite simple to import and play homebrew titles or copyrighted games (which we're sure you've personally ripped from your personal collections for completely legal backup purposes). The emulation quality is far from perfect, though. Simple games like Super Mario 64 run pretty well, but other games we tested suffered from very noticeable sound and graphics problems and struggled to run at a full frame rate.
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Get the N64 emulator before it's removed from the Windows Store...

http://arstechnica.com/gaming/2016/0...-the-xbox-one/

Today, thanks in part to Microsoft's Universal Windows Platform, you can download a Nintendo 64 emulator to your Xbox One directly from Microsoft's official store.

W64e10 (a port of the GNU open source Mupen64plus) has been available for Windows 10 and Windows Mobile devices for a few months through the Windows Store. The latest v 2.1.0.0.1 update to the $10 app extends that platform support to the Xbox One. That's possible thanks to the UWP program, announced earlier this year partly as a way to let developers easily bring PC apps to the Xbox One without much in the way of porting effort.

The "w64" emulator can download ROMs from a user's linked Microsoft OneDrive account, making it quite simple to import and play homebrew titles or copyrighted games (which we're sure you've personally ripped from your personal collections for completely legal backup purposes). The emulation quality is far from perfect, though. Simple games like Super Mario 64 run pretty well, but other games we tested suffered from very noticeable sound and graphics problems and struggled to run at a full frame rate.

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I had two Xbox Ones and was able to use one Gold subscription for both of them and also share digital games for simultaneous online play.


I just purchased a 3rd Xbox One and was wondering if there is anyway to simultaneously share a Gold membership and digital games between 3 systems? Also, does anyone know if you can share a digital game with 2 Xboxes + 1 PC for cross-play?
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I could be wrong but I don't think that you can have three simultaneous people using content owned by a single account. You can designate one Xbox as being your "home" console and anyone using that console, regardless of the account they're logged into, can use content purchased by your account on that Xbox. Then you can use the content purchased by your account while logged into any other Xbox connected to the Internet. So one person not logged into your account can be running a game purchased on your account on your home Xbox while you run the same game on a 2nd Xbox while logged in there. I don't believe that a third person can log into your account on a third Xbox since I don't believe that you'll be allowed to log into two Xbox Ones simultaneously. Again, I could be wrong .

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Does anyone know if the hdmi in port on the xbox one s is 2.0a? Meaning, could I hook the rumored google 4K chromecast or upcoming roku 4k HDR and have it pass HDR through?

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