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    Thursday, April 06, 2017
microsoft now ban emulators from windows store

As many regulars to the forums have seen, and in emulation in general and development for xbox in general, with the Xbox live creators program opening up many opportunities for indie developers to publish to the xbox, but what about emulation?

It's come to no surprise that many have asked, and even have initially tried to bring emulation to the system, but after all the "maybes" windows store has finally updated its polices...


10.13.7
Games must gracefully handle errors with or disconnection from the Xbox Live service. When attempting to retry a connection request following a failure, games must honor the retry policies set by Xbox Games. When they are unable to retrieve configuration information for or communicate with any non-Microsoft service, games must not direct users to Microsoft support.
10.13.8
Games must not store user information sourced from Xbox Live, such as profile data, preferences, or display names, beyond a locally stored cache used to support loss of network connectivity. Any such caches must be updated on the next available connection to the service.
10.13.9
Xbox Live games must comply with the following requirements for service usage:
Do not link or federate the Xbox Live user account identifier or other user account data with other services or identity providers.
Do not provide services or user data in a way that it could be included in a search engine or directory.
Keep your secret key and access tokens private, except if you share them with an agent acting to operate your app and the agent signs a confidentiality agreement.
Do not duplicate the Xbox Live Friends service.
10.13.10
Apps that emulate a game system are not allowed on any device family.


So...erm that seems to be a nope then! Was it all that surprising, considering apart from google with its play store, you won't see emulators on any current un-hacked systems.

Let us know your thoughts in the comments!

source
reddit.
 



    Wednesday, June 24, 2015
Interesting article on how emulation of xbox360 working on x86 hardware

gamespot has posted an article from Phil Spencer's Giant Bomb's E3 Day One podcast, discussing how they're running xbox360 games on their xbox one console:


"Millions of people made investments in 360 content," he said. "We thought the right thing to do was to make that content go forward, but we didn't know [how difficult it would be]."

"[Emulation] is hard," admitted Spencer, explaining that the company was dealing with having to harmonise PowerPC architecture with x86.

"The approach that we've taken is to actually emulate the full Xbox 360 hardware layer. So the [operating system] for the 360 is actually running when you run the game," Spencer explained.


Read full article here.
 



    Friday, November 22, 2013
XboxOne Released in USA and Europe/UK



Microsoft have finally released the XboxOne to fans in the USA, Europe and the UK.

Xbox One delivers an entertainment experience like nothing before. Its innovative technology is rivaled only by its iconic design. Sharp corners and clean lines make for a sleek, modern console that complements any decor. Xbox One was designed from the ground up to be the centerpiece of every living room.
Play with peak performance.

Xbox One is the perfect balance of power and performance. In addition to Xbox One’s revolutionary architecture, the combination of its CPU, GPU, and ESRAM is like having a supercomputer in your living room. But raw power is nothing without speed. So the Xbox One uses its power more effectively, creating lightning fast experiences unlike anything you’ve had before.

Over in the USA the XboxOne is retailing at $427 on Amazon and in the UK its selling for £429 on Amazon UK

Games released are as follows:


Full list of launch day titles:



Are you lucky enough to get one today on Launchday ?

Tons more XboxOne News at DCEmus XboxOne News Site
 



    Tuesday, June 11, 2013
E3 2013 - Xbox One Launch Date November 30th & Pricing Details



Microsoft last night released the details we have all been longing for and that is the release date of the XboxOne, November 30th is the date for a worldwide release, pricing is as follows:

USA you will pay $499, in Europe €499 and in the UK £429.

Sad to say but the UK once again pays well over the odds but thats normal.

For the price above youll get the Xbox One Console, Kinect, One Xbox One Controller. Launch titles will include Forza 5, Dead Rising 3 and Ryse.

Already the following shops are taking preorders for those wanting to jump on the bandwagon, the likes of Amazon, ShopTo, BestBuy and Amazon UK.

So who wants one ?

Related Link

Xbox One News Forum
 

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