To find the best games available in a console's native resolution, we begin with the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 - the last consoles to run in native resolutions. If you use an emulator, chances are you'll want to have a look at our guide to emulation to find how to run console games on the PC.
The Xbox 360 is the first console to feature bigger than 4K screens, although we're not quite sure whether or not it was designed to retain this resolution across the larger 144Hz screen. It's also the first console with a native 16:9 ultra-wide screen, and with 2160p resolutions and a 1000:1 contrast ratio you'd be forgiven for expecting a certain sense of grandeur. These games are available in the right resolution. You can read more about them in our guide to virtual console.">4K Games
If you prefer to emulate these games on the PC, read on to learn that retro games aren't the only demand for emulation. For some time now, platform gamers have been submitting their wishes for native 32 games to be made available, and developers have started responding. On the PC, it's been mostly retro games, but for the most part, playing those games made by those developers has been a hit. We list some of the best. You can read more about them in our guide to retro games emulation .">PC Gaming d2c66b5586