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- Like Us! Hi everyone and welcome to Clevver Games I'm Andrea Rene. Rumor has it that in the near future, you might be able to play all of your Xbox 360 games on your PC. Microsoft is a giant in the computing world so if anyone could accomplish this feat, I'm sure it is them. . According to Insideris.com, sources at Microsoft are saying that Windows 8 will allow you to play Xbox 360 games by using your DVD drive. There will be a subscription fee similar to an Xbox Live Gold membership that will allow you to essentially port your games to a Windows based PC. The membership will use Windows Live Marketplace instead of XBL, so as a result, you won't be able to game against your friends on Xbox Live. . It is possible that could change in the future, but there are serious implications to cross-platforming gaming for all Xbox games. I mean, change you imagine trying to compete against a PC player on Call of Duty from a console? But that is just the tip of the iceberg. Clearly, if this service becomes a reality there are more questions to ask. . We know that the next generation Xbox is coming, and it is looking more and more like the reveal will be at next year's E3. And, it also possible that the new console will be disc free, and if so, wouldn't it be great to keep your Xbox 360 collection and continue to use it on your PC? But then you gotta ask, well, if I can use my Xbox games on my PC, what is the point of buying Xbox games when I can just buy a PC game. Or vice versa, what is the point of even buying an Xbox if I can use the Xbox discs on my PC? . Hmmm, lots to think about here. What do you guys think? Believe that a service like this is a good idea? Think it is just one more way for Microsoft to make money? Would you like to play your Xbox games on your PC? Leave me your thoughts in a comment below. To stay in the loop with all things gaming, make sure to subscribe to use on YouTube. Thanks for watching I'm Andrea Rene, and I'll see you next time.