How to make a computer game console compatible with modern gaming consoles
A game console that can play games from the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 is on the verge of becoming a reality.
The Japanese company Retro Systems has been testing its consoles on a range of modern consoles for the past three years and has just announced that it has reached a licensing agreement with Microsoft and Sony to make it work on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and Nintendo Switch.
The retro consoles have been developed by Retro System and include a powerful processor that allows them to play the latest titles and games on their home consoles and the ability to run games on PCs as well.
The company says it is already working with Microsoft on a software update for the Xbox One and Xbox 360 consoles that will enable them to run titles from their own library on the next-gen consoles.
Retro Systems said it will be working with a wide range of software developers on the software update, including Microsoft and Nintendo.
Retro has also been developing its own games for the PlayStation 4, which it says will make it easier for gamers to get into its game library.
Retro Systems will also be working on its own hardware that will run its retro consoles, including a console that has the ability and a gaming machine with a built-in video game console.
The console, which will be available in three models: the console for gamers who want to play a range to retro games and a console for casual gamers who do not need to be tethered to a PC.
It will also work with any of the consoles that are already available in Japan.
The Retro system has been in development for years, and in 2014, the company announced that its first prototype console had been tested on a gaming console by a group of Japanese gamers and that the system worked well.
The prototype console has since been released and has since become popular.
The company has also released a range for gamers in Japan, which includes a console with a dedicated video game controller, a controller with the ability for an external game to be played and a game controller with a removable gamepad.