Or something like VMWare? Or did they really want the apps to look like native apps? That I'd get. I wish I could run many of my iPad apps on my MacBook...there already is a simulator, so it must be close.
That's what I thought. The answer is "yes", but not in the Information Age. In this age we need to make everything as complicated as possible, so that we can pile on more stuff to make things less complicated.
If you look at the labels they are all altered. Instead of Fiji water it's Biji, instead of Poweraide Zero it's oweraid Zero. Whenever you can read a label it's doesn't say exactly what it should. They do SAY things like Amazon, and Best Buy, etc, but I've never seen any product in writing. It's always changed or, like you said, the labels were on the XBox and PS4 boxes. I wonder if they get money from anyone?