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Xbox One Backwards Compatibility List Update: THREE new Xbox 360 games revealed this week

GETTY Xbox One Backwards Compatibility List Update: THREE new Xbox 360 games revealed this week Microsoft has added another THREE classic Xbox 360 titles to the ever expanding Xbox One backwards compatibility library this week with Community manager Larry “Major Nelson” Hryb delivering the news on Twitter. In 2016 games like Red Dead Redemption, the Bioshock trilogy, the Mass Effect trilogy, and The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion were added. While in 2017 the biggest release so …

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Xbox One Backwards Compatibility update: Microsoft announce bad new title for games list | Gaming | Entertainment

Microsoft’s Larry Hryb announced today that Battlefield: Bad Company would be the next big Xbox One Backwards Compatibility game making its debut. Bad Company arrives today on Xbox One, having picked up a lot of interest from fans. The Xbox One Backward Compatibility forum shows Battlefield: Bad Company as having over 18,000 votes for its inclusion in the popular games program. However, it’s sequel, Bad Company 2, has double that amount, with over 42,000 votes …

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Xbox One Backwards Compatibility news: Two new Xbox 360 classics join games list | Gaming | Entertainment

The tech giant made the announcement today, revealing that Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance and ScreamRide would be added to the program. The Xbox One Backwards Compatibility games list has already been expanded several times in August, although with slightly less high profile additions. The biggest of the bunch so far has been Batman: Arkham Origins, having secured the most votes of the bunch so far on the official Xbox leaderboards. The WB Games title has …

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Xbox One Still Getting Four Old Halo Games Through Backwards Compatibility

Earlier this year, Microsoft announced that Halo 3, Halo 3: ODST, Halo 4, and Halo: CE Anniversary are coming to Xbox One through backwards compatibility. We still don’t know when they’ll be added to the catalog, but fans can rest assured that Microsoft is still working on it. In the latest Halo weekly update, developer 343 gave an update on how it’s coming along, starting off with, “Good news: back-compat is still a thing!” The …

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Xbox One Backwards Compatibility UPDATE: Four Xbox 360 classics join expanding games list | Gaming | Entertainment

The Xbox One Backwards Compatibility games list expanded again this week, with four new Xbox 360 classics joining the lineup. The likes of Deadliest Warrior, Disney Bolt and Fighting Vipers were announced today by Xbox’s Larry Hryb. The standout edition was Batman: Arkham Origins though, having secured the most votes on the official Xbox leaderboards. The WB Games title has over 47,000 votes, so fans will be pleased to see it finally arrive. As you …

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Xbox One news: Battlegrounds release boost, Backwards Compatibility, Injustice 2 Starfire | Gaming | Entertainment

MICROSOFT Xbox One news includes Battlegrounds, Backwards Compatibility and Injustice 2 Xbox One fans can look forward to some big new launches this year, starting with Conan Exiles, followed by Injustice 2’s Starfire and at some point, PlayerUknown’s Battlegrounds. A new live stream event is being planned for Monday, April 7, for Starfire, which will be the third DLC character released by NetherRealm Studios. It seems likely that tomorrow will be when we find out …

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Xbox One Backwards Compatibility List: All the Xbox 360 games you can play on Xbox One

Xbox One backwards compatibility – How to play Xbox 360 games on Xbox One Backwards compatibility is an incredibly popular feature on Microsoft’s console, with a growing list of titles well worth checking out. The Xbox 360 had a wonderful library of games, and it’s awesome to see them running our our shiny new Xbox Ones. Phil Spencer recently tweeted that Xbox One now supports over 300 Xbox 360 games, with nearly 50 percent of …

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Xbox One Backwards Compatibility UPDATE: TWO Xbox 360 classics join game list | Gaming | Entertainment

The Xbox One Backwards Compatibility games list expanded this week with two new Xbox 360 classics joining the lineup. The likes of Disney Epic Mickey 2 & Sega Vintage Collection: ToeJam & Earl joined the Backwards Compatibility games list on August 3. These new games are more low-key launches than Super Street Fighter 4: Arcade Edition and Tomb Raider Underworld which arrived last month. The Capcom title has over 22,000 votes on the official Backwards …

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Xbox One Backwards Compatibility list CELEBRATION – 400 Xbox 360 games now playable

GETTY Xbox One Backwards Compatibility list CELEBRATION – 400 Xbox 360 games now playable Microsoft has added another four classic Xbox 360 titles to the ever expanding Xbox One backwards compatibility library this week with Community manager Larry “Major Nelson” Hryb delivering the news on Twitter. But even more remarkable is that now the service has over 400 backwards compatible games available. In 2016 games like Red Dead Redemption, the Bioshock trilogy, the Mass …

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Xbox One Backwards Compatibility Program Now Includes Over 400 Games

by Tanner Dedmon | July 28, 2017 With the addition of a couple more games that were recently added to the growing catalog of backwards compatible games able to be played on the Xbox One, the total number of game that players can choose from has now crossed the 400-game threshold. Though not all of the Xbox 360 games may be attractive options for players who have gotten used to the upgraded consoles, having …

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What to expect from the next Xbox One update: Fluent Design, gifting, backward compatibility and more

As the end of the year approaches, the next major update is brewing for Xbox One. These are the features we expect to see this fall. The next major update is just around the corner for Xbox One owners and expected to bring a new wave of features to the console this fall. With the launch of its 4K-capable Xbox One X, this year is shaping up to be rather crucial for Microsoft, and subsequently, …

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Xbox One Backwards Compatibility update – Lara Croft’s Xbox 360 classic joins games list | Gaming | Entertainment

Xbox One Backwards Compatibility games list just got a little bit bigger today, as Microsoft adds a Lara Croft Tomb Raider classic. Microsoft’s Larry Hryb told Twitter followers that Tomb Raider Underworld is the next game to go Backwards Compatible. “Tomb Raider Underworld is coming to Xbox One Backward Compatibility today,” he told followers. As with all Xbox Backwards Compatible games, owners of the digital version will find Tomb Raider Underworld waiting for them in …

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Xbox One news – Xbox One X pre-orders coming soon, backwards compatibility update | Gaming | Entertainment

Xbox boss Phil Spencer has said it “won’t be too much longer” until Xbox One X pre-orders are made available. He also discussed possible launch bundles for the Xbox One X, which has a release date of November 7 and a price of £449. Replying to a fan on Twitter about when pre-orders will go live, Spencer said: “Our plan is set for this. All approvals are done so now just landing the announce with …

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Xbox One Backward Compatibility list now includes over 400 games, as three were added today

Today, Microsoft added three more titles to the list of Xbox 360 games that are playable on the Xbox One via the Backward Compatibility program. The new additions include Gyruss, Raiden IV, and Red Faction: Armageddon. More importantly, these bring the list to the milestone of having over 400 games – or 402, to be specific. Here’s what’s new today: Gyruss ($4.99) Relive this classic arcade shooter and save the Earth from an alien armada. …

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Xbox One Backwards Compatibility list update: THREE new Xbox 360 games revealed

GETTY Xbox One Backwards Compatibility list update: THREE new Xbox 360 games revealed Microsoft has added another three classic Xbox 360 titles to the ever expanding Xbox One backwards compatibility library today with Community manager Larry “Major Nelson” Hryb delivering the news on Twitter. In 2016 games like Red Dead Redemption, the Bioshock trilogy, the Mass Effect trilogy, and The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion were added. While in 2017 the biggest release so far has …

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