Nesbox Emulator Now Available On Xbox One Developer Mode

By   /   Apr 25, 2017
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The Nesbox emulator, an emulator that allows you to load up various games for the Game Boy, Game Boy Color, Super Nintendo, and Megadrive, is now available to download on the Xbox One developer mode. You can install the emulator both on Windows 10 and on the Xbox One itself.

In order to install the Nesbox emulator on your Xbox One, you have to complete the following steps:

Having an account registered as a developer of Windows .
Have enabled the Xbox One console developer mode (Dev Mode). It is activated via the Dev Mode application available on the Xbox Store .
Install the Windows SDK and Microsoft Store Services SDK on your PC with Windows 10.
Download the emulator Nesbox (UWP) .
Nesbox install the emulator on Xbox One following the footsteps of our installation tutorial PSP emulator on Xbox One , but with the detail that not only must select the package Nesbox_1.1.3.0_x86_x64_arm.appxbundle to install the emulator, but also add as a dependency package Microsoft.Advertising.Xaml.x64.10.0.appx ask us and then found in C: \ Program Files (x86) \ Microsoft SDKs \ Windows Kits \ 10 \ ExtensionSDKs \ Microsoft.Advertising.Xaml \ 10.0 \ Appx \ x64 .

With this new emulator, you can now play various vintage Nintendo games on your Xbox One, so long as everything is installed correctly. So, even if you don’t have a Nintendo console that can play games that go that far back, you can do the same on your Xbox One.

That means you can play a lot of vintage Pokemon games, old Zelda games, and more on your Xbox. The developers of the Nesbox emulator even posted a video along with the installation information to let you know what it’ll look like when you play it.

If you want to install the emulator on your own Xbox One, just follow the instructions above and install it on your Xbox One, or your computer if you want to use that method. Be careful, though, since these emulators aren’t allowed on the store.

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