The list of Xbox 360 games playable on your Xbox One is growing all the time - we're at 322 right now - thanks to new games joining the Backwards Compatibility programme. That's 217 Arcade Games and 105 Games on Demand titles, stats fans! Fun fact: With 99 games on the list, Microsoft Studios has more backwards compatible titles than any other publisher! Some of the most popular Xbox 360 games have already been added - Call of Duty: Black Ops and Red Dead Redemption among them. There are some truly classic arcade titles in the list, too - including Geometry Wars: Retro ... Read More »
So, you've clearly been on the Nice List if that's a shiny new Xbox One S you've just unwrapped. But what are you going to do now? Well, here are five things you'll want to get started on whilst the rest of the family is sleeping off the turkey overdose and listening to Queenie. 1. Set it up Sounds a bit obvious, but you're going to want to set the thing up. Everything you'll need is in the box - even batteries for your wireless controller. All you'll need is a spare power socket to plug your console in to, and ... Read More »
The list of Xbox 360 games playable on your Xbox One is growing all the time - we're at 251 right now - thanks to new games joining the Backwards Compatibility programme. That's 186 Arcade Games and 65 Games on Demand titles, stats fans! Fun fact: Based on the order the latest three backwards compatible games were announced on 15 September 2016, The Maw became the 250th Backwards Compatible game added to the list. Some of the most popular Xbox 360 games have already been added - Call of Duty: Black Ops and Red Dead Redemption among them. There are some truly ... Read More »
Most of you will be aware by now of the dreaded NAT types that are in use within the Xbox One; Open, Moderate and the dreaded Strict. So what exactly is NAT? well its full name is Network Address Translation, it is basically what the console uses to access the internet, and gives the Xbox One a digital name to be used through one IP address. Sounds complicated but its really not; think of it this way instead, imagine your set up is like a house. Your house has its own address and has multiple people who live there- PC, Xbox One, ... Read More »
A Simple How-To Guide The greatly anticipated Windows 10 PC update has been the 'talk of the town (and beyond)' for Xbox One gamers over the last couple of weeks. We here at Xbox One UK have decided to bring you a basic how-to guide on Game bar; one of the great new features of Windows 10. Game bar is a built-in tool that allows players to record videos of their favourite PC (and now Xbox One) games. The footage can be easily uploaded to assorted social networks, or kept locally on your own machine to share with friends. Please ... Read More »
Find out every fatality here and how to perform them We all know that feeling, we have annihilated our opponent and we hear the shout "FINISH HIM" only to then wish we knew the combo for that awesome fatality but end up lightly slapping them into a heap on the floor. Fear not anymore, we at Xbox One UK have got your back with all button combos for those disturbing fatality moves. Also the norm for the second fatalities means they have to be unlocked by purchasing them using Gold Koins in the game’s Krypt mode. Because of this, you ... Read More »
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