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===Emulation issues===
 
===Emulation issues===
Despite this console using the same architecture as PCs, it is not any easier to emulate than other consoles as the architecture used is complex and uses undocumented hardware. There is no way to know for sure because the console has not been modded yet to a degree that people can test software and tell for sure, let alone for a full emulator to be written. It should be noted that the vast majority of Xbox One games are also available on PC.
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Despite this console using the same architecture as PCs, it is not any easier to emulate than other consoles as the architecture used is complex and uses undocumented hardware. We have no way to know for sure because the console is not even hacked yet to a degree that people can look and test stuff and tell for sure, let alone for a full emulator to be written. It should be noted that the vast majority of Xbox One games are also available on PC.
  
 
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