Tagged: Xbox 360 backwards compatibility

Its been a year since Microsoft introduced Backwards Compatibility to the Xbox One. Since its launch in November 2015, this experience has become one of the most popular features and many Xbox fans have been enjoying the opportunity to play Xbox 360 games on their Xbox One. Backwards Compatibility is a huge marketing point over Sony’s PS4 for the Xbox One with nearly 300 titles added and now Microsoft are looking to highlight this capability at the retailers. Certain Backwards Compatible Xbox 360 games are now shipping in Xbox One cases that list both the Xbox One and Xbox 360 where normally … Read More »

The steady influx of Xbox 360 games becoming available for Xbox One via Backwards Compatibility has been impressive, despite what many might say about its content, and today we see the addition of 5 more games that you can download right now! Any fans of the old school arcade games will be pleased by the arrivals of Sonic & Knuckles, Phantasy Star II, DIG DUG and Samurai Shodown 2. You’ve also got Runner2 in there for good measure. DIG DUG, Samurai Shodown II, & Runner2 are now available on Xbox One Backward Compatibility https://t.co/qPMRNrLoTQ pic.twitter.com/kQd2EblJAW — Larry Hryb (@majornelson) May 5, … Read More »

There is only a few days away now until backwards compatibility for Xbox 360 lands on the Xbox One, Microsoft has created an overview video to help clean up some misconceptions. The video, featuring Larry “Major Nelson” Hryb and FLitz from Smosh Games, covers everything you want to know. When the New Xbox One Experience dashboard update arrives on November 12, you’ll find a tab that shows all your backwards-compatible Xbox 360 titles that you downloaded digitally. To play physical games, however, you’ll need to put the disc in the drive every time you want to play. In addition, your Xbox … Read More »

Backwards Compatibility is probably one of the things we’re all looking forward to the most. When Microsoft announced it the cheer could be heard around the world. We all know the list is long and full of games we’re looking forward to, and now Ubisoft Mexico has teased us with a question of which games we would like to see added to that list, along with pictures of games already known to be on the list and also some that are not. Among these are all the classic Assassin’s Creed, from the first one and up to Assassin’s Creed: Revelations. … Read More »

Complete List of 77 Xbox 360 Titles with Xbox One Backwards Compatibility The biggest announcement of E3 2015 was backwards compatibility for the Xbox One, launching in November for free. But what Xbox 360 games will actually work? Thanks to a list from finder we now know. Backwards compatibility will allow Xbox 360 games to work on an Xbox One console, But not all Xbox 360 games will be able to take advantage of the feature right away. This list has been put together from a collection of sources, They should be taken as an educated guide until officially confirmed. … Read More »

The announcement of Xbox 360 backwards compatibility on Xbox One was the biggest shock at E3, and  Phil Spencer talked much more on one of his usual Twitter sprees as he normally does from time to time.   @Mikey1601 Preview as really us working on emulation, not the portfolio, with the way BC works it’s more about getting emulation right. — Phil Spencer (@XboxP3) July 10, 2015 @Jimk183 We’ll announce more games later but 1st party will be a big participant in BC so great assumption that it will be supported. — Phil Spencer (@XboxP3) July 10, 2015   @CameronMines Some games, … Read More »

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