An open-source, cross-platform application that emulates the hardware of the original Xbox game console, allowing users to play their Xbox games on Windows, macOS, and Linux systems. WARNING: Anyone asking about or sharing information related to illegal activities will be banned from Discord/GitHub/etc. Learn more » 2.Linux kernel code doesn't come with support for some xbox 360 specific hardware. The main challenges of installing linux on xbox 360 seem to be: 1.The cpu of xbox 360 is of powerpc architecture and is not supported by many newer linux releases. Xenia is a free and open-source Xbox 360 emulator. Hey ):P, few minutes ago, i saw the PS3 with Linux thread, and asked my self is there 360 emulator for Linux. The Xbox 360 emulators provide a fully high-definition gaming experience. We build this for fun. You'll need to "patch" the code before compiling to make it work on the 360. It runs on a Microsoft Windows OS, allowing you to play those Xbox games again. These act as a platform to run software without having the Xbox 360 console. I play my X360 games on hardware, but would really appreciate the option of an emulator. As almost all Xbox 360 emulators support the sound and audio effects made by the game, you can enjoy great audio effects with Xbox 360 emulators. Great audio effects. Emulators have been in the periphery of gamers for the longest time. The full HD experience makes the user feel that he or she is using Xbox 360 console. xenia is an open source research project for emulating Xbox 360 games on modern PCs. RPCS3 is a much, much more mature emulator (for the contremporary PS3) and works with X360 controllers, so for all I know it would be easier and more effective to re-buy the games in PS3 versions instead of replacing the console hardware. Code and content are covered under a BSD license. I've used Check if Already Posted noting appear, sorry if somebody before me asked the same question (excuse me for my English) :) regards, dak0 Original Xbox Emulator.