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— INTRODUCTION —

Dxbx (a Delphi port of Cxbx) is an emulator for running Xbox games on Windows 2000 and higher.
Emulating a Xbox is a daunting task. It’s done by a High-Level abstraction of the Xbox system.
This means that any game that accesses the hardware directly will not work.

— EMULATION NOTES —

Running a game in Dxbx is simple, just load it:
(File >> Open Xbe >> Choose a Xbe file and click the LAUCH button, or press F5).
You can also select an Xbox ISO file instead of a Xbe file.

Some new features has been implemented recently, it isn’t available to download yet, but in the next version (0.4) you’ll be able to stop/restart the logging by pressing F8 and, pressing F12, you’ll take a screenshot.

The Dxbx project implements a different function detection method, which has both positive and negative consequences:

– The nice thing is, that it will make it easier for us to debug non-working games (so, in theory we have an easier job in supporting new games).

– The down side is, that our detection method won’t work with so-called link-time optimized games – so we won’t support those (yet).

— PREREQUISITES —

Dxbx only runs on 32-bit Windows 2000, XP and Vista. The 64-bit versions of Windows will not work due to lack of support for segmented addressing.

Running under Linux using Wine was not tested, but it might just work.

— SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS —

COMPONENTS MINIMUM RECOMENDED
PROCESSOR
Intel Pentium III 700MHz
MEMORY
256 MB
VIDEO CARD

NVIDIA GeForce 3/Ti


ATI Radeon 8500


CONTROLLER
Keyboard
Xbox 360 Controller for Windows