Thursday, September 16

The Xbox Series S perfectly emulates the games of PlayStation 1 | Digital Trends Spanish

The new Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S have many interesting features, and one of them is that they can be very good emulation machines for games from the first PlayStation console.

This is possible thanks to the DuckStation emulator, specifically designed so that the original PlayStation games look as faithful as possible to the hardware for which they were designed. And recently, the emulator received a UWP-like version, the format for applications that work on Xbox consoles.

The analysis of the Modern Vintage Gamer channel reveals that DuckStation on the Xbox Series S (and by default, on the Xbox Series X) has a very good performance when the console is turned on in developer mode – something that is within the reach of any user. Not only that, games are also displayed in 4K, thanks to the emulator adding a mode that resizes the image and increases the resolution up to nine times over the original.

This allows games to look much sharper and nothing compared to how they were released on the original PlayStation. Likewise, the emulator allows you to do a kind of overclocking virtual, which helps the frame rate increase in some cases or at least stay much more stable than in the original versions.

Modern Vintage Gamer’s analysis concludes that, thanks to the power of the new Xbox consoles, all the features of the DuckStation run without any problem and that includes some specific improvements to elements such as textures. And as for games, these can be stored on a USB drive connected to the console and loaded from there, without the need to save them to the internal SSD.

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