QUOTEThere are some more which have limited functionality, like you can play some games, or it plays the games intro and nothing else, or even just display the games menu, but still above are the only games you can play to full enjoyment, and they do not have full 3D support rendering.
I mentioned I had minor issues while playing Tekken 3. It was precisely this - the graphics rendering wasn't impressive and there wasn't any background music, etc. The only true emulator that emulates everything is available only for Gameboy but there everything is limited so one can't enjoy the game(s) fully.
QUOTEThe reason for the lack of xbox emulation is down to the fact microsoft made the xbox hardware extremely complex and the hardware is incredibly poorly documented. This makes writing emulation technology for it incredibly hard. There are multitudes of people working hard to allow new games to become more and more compatible with current emulators, but it's very slow work.
Typical behaviour from Microsoft. Well in this case I guess one can't blame them for protecting their hardware so carefully. Emulators aren't really supposed to be available, are they? Even if the gamers have bought original discs, using emulators instead of consoles isn't right. (blah blah blah people do it anyway!) Anyway, it would be better if the programmers working on emulators spent their time on some other useful project. They could
come up with a fully functional emulator for the PS3, but who knows, by then we could be playing on the PS4