OMG!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Why didn't some1 think of this earlier, awesome dev work, Some comments tho:
QUOTE(Mr.RedRing @ Mar 16 2010, 02:56 PM)
It's ran all the games i've thrown at it so far. Most homebrew apps didn't run though, or ran with problems, that I expected.
So far I've run these perfectly fine on my JTAG unit:
Fusion Frenzy NTSC
Halo 2 NTSC
Halo 1 NTSC
Halo 2 Killtrocity Modded Map discs (1 and 2)
Burnout 3: Takedown NTSC
The Simpson's Road Rage NTSC
Rallisport Challenge 2 NTSC
Jet Set Radio Future NTSC
Sega GT 2002 NTSC
Crimson Skies NTSC
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic NTSC
Latest T3CH XBMC Build, Quake3, and Windows ce.net (lol) did not load, or caused a hardlock, that's the only homebrew i've tried so far.
I really only think it's worth ppl mentioning the games that the 360 couldn't boot normally.
Apparently someone found a way to get XBMC working on a 360 neway, I'm not sure why anyone would want any of the other XB1 apps (xcept cool novelty value)
QUOTE(gsmiley @ Mar 16 2010, 06:02 PM)
Mame360 is great, I'm glad its out there, but there are a few isues with the emu. Some games don't work, which are working in newer versions (golden axe return of Death Addar is one), the vysnc issue sucks. It would be nice to have a filter there too.
yeah!!!! As cool as MAME360 is, it seems it's quite outdated patch-wise. No-one has released their source etc.. for this one. Pity as it only seems to run about 60% of what's out there. Wish someone could patch it ;-) HINT Nudge HINT |;-0 Pleeeaase.......
PS: Cool Xb1 Emu with all the restrictions pulled means I might not have to mod an old one I've got sitting just to play Matrix Reloaded etc.. Alltho an FTP internet client homebrew thingy would be cool, Maybe it could get around some of the restrictions on getting NXE to route on the interweb ;-) if u catch my drift....... This post has been edited by danthaman673: Mar 16 2010, 11:11 AM