A Nintendo 64 emulator named Win64e10 has been pulled down from the Xbox One store front.
The controversial emulator popped up on the Xbox One storefront last Sunday, which happened because of the August update to the console – allowing users to download and install any Windows app that has Xbox One support. The people behind Win64e10 made the emulator compatible with Xbox One, allowing them to sell the emulator for £7.69.
While the app is no longer available to buy, people who have already purchased the app can still use it.
This has not been the first time an emulator has appeared on the Xbox One storefront. An NES emulator by the name of Nesbox appeared on the Xbox One storefront earlier this month due to the same update that allowed Win64e10 to appear on the store. Nesbox is able to play ROMs of titles for the Nintendo Entertainment System, Super Nintendo, Sega Mega Drive/Genisis, Game Boy Colour and Game Boy Advance games. Like the Nintendo 64 emulator, the Nesbox has been taken down from the Xbox One storefront.