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 Mar 27, 2006 - 03:37 PM - by Michael
* Nintendo you can play on the 360

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Amazingly, you don't even need a modchip - it just uses Media Center to run.

From Xbox Scene Forum:

I've attached a link to a version of NESCafe that works through Media Center on the Xbox 360. This is currently setup to run at 480p (Widescreen). You can edit the nes.htm file if it does not fit correctly on your screen. I haven't found a way to add a menu for the roms list so you will have to edit the nes.htm and change to whatever Nes rom you want to play. I've included a Public Domain rom for testing but have verified Zelda1-2, Excitebike, and TecmoBowl and all worked.

 

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