So I noticed something interesting today when checking the windows store. I noticed that the emulators that target devices that have games ( but not a dedicated gaming system) are still available in the store. There is currently a zx spectrum emulator and c64 emulator on the windows store. The reason why those emulators are still active is because they do not run only games, but they run devices that happened to have a lot of things beside gaming. This means that Microsoft still allows some emulators. So I have a question, if that is the case, why don't we release dosbox on xbox one officially, since there is more to dos than gaming. why not port android emulators on xbox one like bluestacks, since android systems have more than gaming? Right now the only way to release emulators on xbox one is via dev mode, but I do not think anything is stopping us from releasing some emulators like the ones I mentioned on the windows store. If microsoft's only problem is dedicated gaming system emulators, why not hide our emulators behind something more generic and release them this way on xbox one? I thought that question was interesting to me, but I realize that there could be more to this question than what I am thinking?