What could it mean? The official Xbox UK Twitter today changed their cover photo and profile pic to a familiar, green start menu and original Xbox logo. Alongside that, they also tweeted out an invitation to join them on November 15th to celebrate 15 years in the console biz. https://twitter.com/xboxuk/status/798184571296620545 There’s no word yet on precisely what sort of celebrations to expect, although given the prominence of the Original Xbox, rather than the Xbox brand as a legacy, fans are already assuming one thing is coming: Backwards compatibility for Original Xbox games. It's something that Xbox chief Phil Spencer has ... Read More »
It seems a new game titled Phantom Dust has appeared on Amazon for pre order for £64.99, after a little research on Wiki I found that this title was originally released on the original Xbox in 2004. Could this be a remake or a hoax to swindle someone out of some money, who knows but its an interesting idea that maybe Xbox are starting to remake cult classics? Let us know what you think in the comments below Make sure you like our Facebook Page, join our Facebook Group and follow on Twitter for all the latest Xbox One news, ... Read More »
Since backwards compatibility landed on the Xbox One earlier this month we have been enjoying revisiting our pasts and replaying some of the Xbox 360 classics now available on the Backwards compatibility scheme. For some people however this isn't quite enough and they want to go further back, they want to be able to play their games from the original Xbox on their Xbox One. Before backwards compatibility launched Phil Spencer talked about the possibility of getting original Xbox games to run on the Xbox One but said that before they attempted that they would get the 360 emulator to ... Read More »
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