Exactly, a PC, or even an Xbox 360. I am actually on Microsoft’s side on this. I rarely even used the backwards compatibility feature of the 360 as it was. (They weren’t all compatible anyway) I put the games and the old xbox in storage. If I really wanted my future kids to play those games, I would bring out the old xbox and games. Most consoles of the past haven’t supported backwards compatibility. (The ones that did are the PS2, the PS3 kinda, the 360 Kinda, and the Wii, I am excluding Sega stuff cause I am not sure how that all worked) It’s not worth limiting the potential of the console just to stuff that feature in. If you want something that is persistent get the stuff on PC. (Or if you are worried that future operating systems will make those legacy games incompatible, just keep your old console).