Tagged: Backwards Compatibility

Three more Xbox 360 titles have arrived on Xbox One today, as confirmed by Major Nelson. These titles include Child of Eden, which is a 'better with kinect' title, but can still be played with a controller, KOF Sky Stage and Goat Simulator. All three titles were probably not what most people were expecting, but to others, it's what they've been waiting for. https://twitter.com/majornelson/status/918506610275663872 What are your thoughts on this weeks backwards compatible titles? What other Xbox 360 titles would you like to see make the cut? Let us know your thoughts and opinions in the comments below. If you ... Read More »
Major Nelson has just announced the next set of Xbox 360 titles making their way to Xbox One today as part of the Backwards Compatibility program - and these are not ones to miss. Fans have been waiting a long time but today they get their wish as the Halo titles are finally playable on Xbox One. Well, most of them anyway. That's Halo 3, Halo 3: ODST and Halo 4. Halo Anniversary is also available but it is only for the physical version of the game. You can check out Major's tweet below: https://twitter.com/majornelson/status/910896697693306882   Are these titles you've ... Read More »
After an absence of titles over the last few weeks of titles joining the backwards compatibility library, and many worrying that 'this is the end', good old Major Nelson has brought relief to some with the announcement of six new titles making their way to the library today. https://twitter.com/majornelson/status/908359842456317953   https://twitter.com/majornelson/status/908360286293422080 Since most of these titles can already be found as Xbox One titles, the majority may be disappointed with this weeks announcement, but lest not forget that some may appreciate these titles and that your time will eventually come (hopefully). You've just got to be patient for longer. Do ... Read More »
It's that time of the week once again, ladies and gentlemen, where Major Nelson tweets out the latest addition to the backwards compatibility library. This week, we've struck gold: Battlefield: Bad Company is coming to Xbox One Backward Compatibility today https://t.co/qPMRNrLoTQpic.twitter.com/v8TSE6md0V — ? Larry Hryb (@majornelson) August 17, 2017 Battlefield: Bad Company was EA and DICE leaning more towards comedy and entertainment, instead of the usual serious military operations that Battlefield is more known for. It was a brilliant game, with a quality campaign and the fantastic multiplayer experience we've loved over the years. I certainly can't wait to go ... Read More »
You all know the drill by now. It's like clockwork. 5pm on Thursday, Major Nelson tweets out the newest additions to the backwards compatibility roster, then people moan that it's not "X" in the comments. You could bet your house on that schedule. Today, the following has been announced: Disney Epic Mickey 2 & Sega Vintage Collection: ToeJam & Earl are coming to Xbox One Backward Compatibility today https://t.co/qPMRNrLoTQpic.twitter.com/MiZCsi3ZTM — ? Larry Hryb (@majornelson) August 3, 2017 If you're looking for a platforming adventure to keep the tykes occupied, Epic Mickey 2 should fill that void, whereas Toejam and Earl ... Read More »
If you think that the current realistic versions of Tomb Raider are a bit too serious, and want to go back to the cheesier games of old, today just might be your day. Major Nelson has took to Twitter, as he usually does, to reveal the next addition to the backwards compatibility program: Tomb Raider Underworld is coming to Xbox One Backward Compatibility today https://t.co/qPMRNs2ZLopic.twitter.com/SKClshDgo0 — ? Larry Hryb (@majornelson) July 27, 2017 Tomb Raider: Underworld was the sequel to Tomb Raider's first reboot, the 2006 release Tomb Raider: Legend, and saw Lara embark on a trip through Norse Mythology ... Read More »
The Major's been at it again. Today he tweeted about three new games that are about to be added to the backwards compatibility library, and we have to be honest here, it's something of a mixed bag. GYRUSS, Raiden IV and Red Faction: Armageddon are coming to Xbox One Backward Compatibility today https://t.co/qPMRNrLoTQpic.twitter.com/LQfvqswmwM — ? Larry Hryb (@majornelson) July 25, 2017 GYRUSS is an old school fixed shooter that was first released in the distant days of 1983. Yes, that's right children of the new millennium, this game was released way back in the '80's. Raiden IV is a vertical ... Read More »
After the dizzying heights of Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition last Thursday, Microsoft were going to have to dig deep to try and top that announcement. With four games being added today, they've given it a good go. Let's take a look at what Major Nelson has tweeted: Costume Quest 2, Virtua Fighter 2, Quantum Conundrum & Frontlines: FoW are coming to Xbox One Back Compat today https://t.co/qPMRNrLoTQpic.twitter.com/eNIuOnmIP0 — ? Larry Hryb (@majornelson) July 18, 2017 Costume Quest 2 is already available on Xbox One and was previously part of the Games With Gold program, so apply there only ... Read More »
Good news for anyone who has all the Halo games on Xbox 360 but never got around to buying the Master Chief Collection: you'll be able to play them via your Xbox One and backwards compatibility later this year. As part of Halo's Summer Celebration, developers 343 Industries have announced that Halo 3, Halo 3: ODST, Halo 4 and Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary will be joining the extensive roster of backwards compatibility titles. Halo 3, H3: ODST, Halo 4, and Halo: CEA are coming to @Xbox One Back Compat with free DLC for all titles! Read more: https://t.co/FNtjcMoNtk pic.twitter.com/mC4TLB4QrQ — ... Read More »

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