Rumours should be taken with a pinch of salt, otherwise it could end up with a whole lot of salty tears while you’re being denied that title you’ve been longingly waiting for – Halo Wars 1 flashbacks! But Twitter user, Ekim, has a pretty darn good track record with knowing the Backwards Compatible games that are soon to be released. Earlier today he has posted such a list, including the long-awaited Fallout: New Vegas, with no less than 8 games including: 1. Fallout: New Vegas 2. Blood Knights 3. Red Faction: Battlegrounds 4. Joe Danger 5. Comic Jumper 6. Crystal Quest 7. … Read More »

It has been let slip that another game may shortly be coming to the Backwards Compatible list – further to yesterday’s article about suggestions that Skate 3 is coming to the Backwards Compatibility programme, other EA games could also be about to make that (backwards) leap. If the suspense is killing you, I shall relieve you – the title is the much-loved Burnout Revenge. Now the Burnout series is one of the most asked for franchises for BC usually Burnout Paradise, but still, it’s a step in the right direction. The reveal of this title was pretty much accidental, as it … Read More »

Head of Xbox, Phil Spencer recently took the time to answer some of the questions asked by his followers on Twitter. First of all, Big Phil was asked when the next games to be added to the Backwards Compatibility list for the Xbox One in December will be announced. He confirmed that the team are still working on it and should be completed in mid-December. He also confirmed that they do not have any plans to Remake Otogi and that the Phantom Dust Reboot is not scrapped. Spencer is also interested in doing a Remake of Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic but he said that it is an EA game so obviously it … Read More »

Xbox Head Phil Spencer surprised the whole Xbox Community back at E3, when he announced Backwards Compatibility for the Xbox One. The feature will be available this November, but Phil and Xbox aren’t finished yet. In a recent interview with Gizmodo Brazil, Spencer discussed the recent addition of Xbox One to PC streaming. He also mentioned that he has given some thought of bringing the catalogue of original and Xbox 360 games to PC. When asked about the his plan for original Xbox games, Spencer said: It’s something I want to do. It is a matter of priority. I would … Read More »

So if you’re a preview member you might have seen the message pop up already?!?  It’s saying about the Important Change for Backward Compatibility. Miss Portia(Emily – Program Manager @ Xbox, Xbox One Preview Program)  Had this to say. We’d like to let you know about an upcoming change that will require action on your part. If you have installed any of the titles listed below, please read on for info on how to keep playing: Viva Piñata Viva Piñata: Trouble in Paradise Perfect Dark Perfect Dark Zero Kameo: Elements of Power Jetpac Refuelled Banjo-Kazooie Banjo-Tooie If you have any … Read More »

XBOX ONE GETS BACKWARD COMPATIBILITY Today at Microsoft’s E3 press conference, Xbox Head Phil Spencer shocked the world and confirmed Xbox One will support backward compatibility And with over 100 titles available by this holiday, and more coming in the future, retail disks will also work with the Xbox One. During the announcement, Mass Effect was shown running on the Xbox One. Developers and publishers just need to approve what titles work with backwards compatibility. Xbox One backward compatibility is available NOW for preview members and everyone this holiday season Keep checking back as I’m sure we will get more news on this … Read More »

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