> > I would pay money for an official Xbox emulator that let me play games on disc.
> That won't happen because you can't read xbox discs on your PC unless you have a
> specific drive and have installed non standard firmware on it.
Or they add something that detects your legitimate disc and lets you play it. I don't believe the readable portion in Xbox discs is the same across all discs, so I think this could be a plausible workaround. I admit I am completely ignorant about Xbox disc layout though.
> > Too bad they'll probably make it Windows 10 exclusive, and I'm not moving to that
> > for five or six years.
> Why will you switch to it then?
Because by then, new computer hardware, like CPUs, will not be supported by Windows 7. I have serious issues with Windows 10 forcefully applying updates or installing different drivers to your system, sometimes the latest patches or the newest drivers are not the best ones you can use, ya know?