Work in progress

How to use our XBOX ISOs

The Xbox was released by Microsoft in 2001 and was the company's first foray into the video game console market. The console was designed to compete with the Sony PlayStation 2 and the Nintendo GameCube, both of which were popular at the time.

The Xbox became known for its powerful hardware, which included a custom 733 MHz Intel Pentium III CPU and a custom Nvidia GPU. The console also featured a built-in hard drive, which allowed for game saves and downloadable content.

One of the key features of the Xbox was its online capabilities. The console included an Ethernet port, which allowed players to connect to the internet and play with people around the world. This feature paved the way for online gaming and helped to establish Xbox Live, Microsoft's online gaming service.

The Xbox saw a number of popular games over its lifespan, including the Halo series, which helped to establish the console as a major player in the video game industry. Other popular games for the console included Fable, Splinter Cell, and Project Gotham Racing.

To play Xbox games on your computer, you will need an Xbox emulator. Xbox emulation is still not quite as widespread as there are more challenges due to the complexity of the console's hardware. Nonetheless, some notable emulators that have been developed include CXBX and XEMU. But be warned, running Xbox emulation requires a powerful computer, and even then, some games may not run at full speed or may not run at all.

Recommended XBOX games

These games helped Microsoft to establish the Xbox as a new major player in the video game industry and helped to pave the way for the online gaming and other features that are now commonplace in modern consoles.