Sep 30, 2016 10:54 PM EDT
Nintendo 64 Emulator Is Gome After It Appears XBox One? XBOX One Sales Update
In a previous report, on Sunday, Sept. 24, the Win64e10 emulator was available on XBox One. However, after a few days, it disappeared.
In the latest report of IGN, the creator of the app, Microsoft, removed it from the XBox One. As of writing this article, it is not clear why the company removed the Nintendo 64 Emulator.
Win64e10 costs $10. Until now, the app's Microsoft Store listing still states that it's compatible with Xbox One, however, it appears users can use it on PC, tablets, and Windows Phone at this point. Last month, Microsoft updated the Xbox One in order to let users run compatible Windows 10 apps on the console.
Win64e10 is a paid Windows Store version of Mupen64plus. It is a freeware emulator that uses an array of software plugins in order to produce playable versions of Nintendo 64 games on modern Windows and Linux platforms.
Previously, Win64e10 updated its core emulation software with support for Windows 10 and Windows Phone devices. The most recent update introduced Xbox One support.
Developer MobWi updated its cross-platform Nintendo 64 emulator with Xbox One support. The changes show 90s-era classics like Super Mario 64 and F-Zero X playable on Xbox One consoles. The XBox One version of Win64e10 allows users to import Nintendo 64 ROM images from local storage devices via Microsoft's OneDrive service, Digital Trends reported.
Meanwhile, Xbox One S has been launched. In a recent report by Metro UK, XBox One S seems to beat PS4 Slim by 361%.
Xbox One S scored better with 361%, compare to PS4 Slim launch sales week. Xbox One sales report suggest that it has increased by 989% from the week before the Xbox One S' release.
Last week, XBox One consoles accounted 71% of all hardware sales, up to 76% in the same year. Meanwhile, PlayStation 4 scored 19% of the market, down 66% on last year.
PS4 Slim was launched on Sept. 15, but XBox One S was launched on in August.
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