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Xbox 360

Developer: Microsoft
Publisher: Microsoft
Released in JP: December 10, 2005
Released in US: November 22, 2005
Released in EU: December 2, 2005
Released in AU: March 23, 2006
Released in KR: February 24, 2006
Released in AS: March 2, 2006

Xbox 360
Manufacturer Microsoft
CPU IBM Xenon (3.2GHz)
RAM Up to 512 MiB (unified)
VRAM Up to 512 MiB (unified)
SRAM Varies depending on model
Connectivity Ethernet, Wi-Fi
Players supported 4

The Xbox 360 was a video game console based around the PowerPC 970. The custom chip was produced by IBM, and named the Xenon processor.




Currently only three Xbox 360 emulators exist: Xenia, Xenia Canary, and Fission. Both versions of Xenia are best suited for ROM hacking as Fission only plays select games unless you have a modded Xbox One/Series X|S (no known CFW available as of writing)

ROM Images

Xbox 360 ROM images come in three variants: ISOs, GODs (Games On Disc) and JTAG/RGH/XBLA digital. ISO and GOD can be freely converted between, as well as to JTAG, but JTAG cannot be converted to ISO/GOD