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  • Is it possible to play Xbox 360 on the computer?

    I am just wondering, is it possible to play Xbox 360 on the computer? What would you have to do to get it going?
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    I'm guessing it would require an emulator, as that is the normal process required to make games designed for dedicated hardware.
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    • #3
      Originally posted by Johnny_Reb View Post
      I am just wondering, is it possible to play Xbox 360 on the computer? What would you have to do to get it going?
      Directly? No. However, a standard Xbox gamepad does work on a Vista loaded PC so as long as the game has been ported over properly you could buy the PC version of the game and play it as though it was the Xbox version.
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      • #4
        i agree with full monty it would probably be cheaper as pc games are not that costly
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        • #5
          It is possible but you would need a capture card to do it and there would be some lag. There are some computer monitors that you can use as tvs tho.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by US Army 2442 View Post
            It is possible but you would need a capture card to do it and there would be some lag. There are some computer monitors that you can use as tvs tho.
            The 360 can be plugged into the D-Sub input of any PC monitor if you possess the right cable. Those with a wide screen function best.
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