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    Solved Backwards Compatibility freeze on startup *FIX*

    Thought I'd put this up here so anyone who has this same issue won't have to waste time. Had an issue with Xbox Original games not launching properly and just black screening on startup. Looked around and saw that I might need to redo the compatibility files and such. Tried it and nothing. Saw...
  2. Xbox One Adds Four New Backwards Compatible Games

    Xbox One Adds Four New Backwards Compatible Games

    Larry "Major Nelson" Hryb has announced four more games are now backwards compatible on Xbox One. The first three are all a part of the Lost Planet series, while the fourth is a Resident Evil game. All three of the mainline Lost Planet games--Lost Planet: Extreme Condition, Lost Planet 2, and...
  3. Xbox One Backwards Compatibility Won't Get More Games Until 2019

    Xbox One Backwards Compatibility Won't Get More Games Until 2019

    There will be no further additions to the Xbox One's backwards compatibility catalog until the New Year, Microsoft has confirmed. Microsoft's Larry "Major Nelson" Hryb wrote on Twitter that Xbox is pausing releases until 2019 because the team is taking some time off for the holidays. 2018 was...
  4. Xbox One Adds Three New Backwards Compatible Games

    Xbox One Adds Three New Backwards Compatible Games

    Microsoft's steady drip feed of backwards compatible games continues, as three more Xbox 360 titles are now playable on Xbox One. Bucking the trend of recent weeks, the latest additions to the BC library are all taken from a different series and encompass a range of genres. First is Prince of...
  5. Xbox One Adds 2 Backwards Compatible Games

    Xbox One Adds 2 Backwards Compatible Games

    Microsoft has rolled out another pair of backwards compatible games for Xbox One. This week, two Xbox 360 installments in Ubisoft's Splinter Cell series have been added to the growing backwards compatibility library--Splinter Cell: Blacklist and Splinter Cell: Double Agent. Blacklist is the...
  6. Xbox One Adds 2 More Backwards Compatible Games

    Xbox One Adds 2 More Backwards Compatible Games

    Microsoft continues to roll out new backwards compatible games for Xbox One. Two more Xbox 360 titles are now playable on the current-gen console, and this time both are from Konami's Silent Hill series: Silent Hill HD Collection and Silent Hill: Homecoming. Silent Hill HD Collection was...
  7. Xbox One Adds 2 Backwards Compatible Games

    Xbox One Adds 2 Backwards Compatible Games

    Microsoft has rolled out some more backwards compatible games for Xbox One. As Major Nelson revealed on Twitter, another pair Xbox 360 titles are now playable on the current-gen console: the fantasy strategy game Overlord and its sequel, Overlord II. Unlike most typical fantasy games, both...
  8. Xbox One Adds Two New Backwards Compatible Games

    Xbox One Adds Two New Backwards Compatible Games

    Microsoft continues rolling out more backwards compatible games for Xbox One. Following last week's three additions to the BC library, Major Nelson has announced that two more Xbox 360 titles are now playable on the current-gen console: Assassin's Creed Liberation HD and Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon...
  9. Xbox One Adds 3 New Backwards Compatible Games

    Xbox One Adds 3 New Backwards Compatible Games

    Since the feature was first introduced back in 2015, Microsoft has been steadily expanding Xbox One's library of backwards compatible games. That support continues with the addition of three more Xbox 360 titles, which are now playable on the current-gen console. Microsoft's Major Nelson...
  10. Xbox One Backwards Compatibility Adding Three Rockstar Games

    Xbox One Backwards Compatibility Adding Three Rockstar Games

    Three of Rockstar's most renowned Xbox 360 games will be available on Xbox One backward compatibility starting next week. Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, Midnight Club: Los Angeles and Rockstar Games Presents Table Tennis will all be playable on your Xbox One on Thursday, June 7. San Andreas was...
  11. New Xbox One Backwards Compatible Game Out Now

    New Xbox One Backwards Compatible Game Out Now

    Battlefield 1943 is the latest to be added to Xbox One's backward compatibility list. The 2009 game was a value release that was only distributed digitally, but it picked up a strong following thanks to delivering lots of the Battlefield experience in a smaller package. Larry Hryb (aka Major...
  12. Xbox One Adds New Backwards Compatible Game

    Xbox One Adds New Backwards Compatible Game

    Microsoft continues its steady rollout of backwards compatible games for Xbox One. Major Nelson announced on Twitter that one new Xbox 360 title is now playable on the current-gen console, and it's a popular one: Burnout Revenge. Originally released on Xbox and PS2 in 2005, Revenge expanded on...
  13. Xbox One Adds 11 New Original Xbox Backwards Compatible Games Today

    Xbox One Adds 11 New Original Xbox Backwards Compatible Games Today

    The second wave of this month's original Xbox games has arrived on Xbox One. Following last week's additions to the backwards compatible library, 10 more classic Xbox titles are now playable on Microsoft's current-gen console, plus an additional one if you live in Europe. This week's batch of...
  14. Two More Xbox One Backwards Compatibility Games Now Available

    Two More Xbox One Backwards Compatibility Games Now Available

    Microsoft continues to add new titles to Xbox One's backwards compatible library. Major Nelson has announced that two more Xbox 360 games are now playable on the current-gen console, following the lone title that was added last week. Headlining the newest batch of backwards compatible games is...
  15. Three New Xbox One Backwards Compatible Games Now Available

    Three New Xbox One Backwards Compatible Games Now Available

    Microsoft has bolstered the Xbox One library once again, adding more games to the backwards compatibility list. A total of three new Xbox 360 titles are all now playable on Xbox One, including a Metal Gear Solid and a Ghost Recon title. As shared by Microsoft's Larry Hryb on Twitter, Metal Gear...
  16. Two More Xbox One Backwards Compatible Games Now Available

    Two More Xbox One Backwards Compatible Games Now Available

    Xbox One's library of backwards compatible games has grown a little larger today. Microsoft's Major Nelson revealed via Twitter that another pair of Xbox 360 games are now playable on the current-gen console. Headlining the new batch of backwards compatible titles is Hitman: Blood Money, the...
  17. Another Xbox One Backward Compatible Game Now Available

    Another Xbox One Backward Compatible Game Now Available

    Microsoft has added another Xbox 360 game to its ever-growing roster of backwards compatible games available on Xbox One. This time it's Crackdown, the Realtime Worlds game from 2007 that kicked off a franchise. The open-world action game puts you in the shoes of a super-powered Agent in a city...
  18. Xbox One Adds New Backwards Compatibility Game

    Xbox One Adds New Backwards Compatibility Game

    Backwards compatibility remains a point of emphasis for Microsoft, and those efforts continue today. Although new additions to the Xbox One's backwards compatible library have been somewhat slow in the new year, today marks the release of another Xbox 360 game that's now playable on the...
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    Solved game error the game couldn't start. try downloading the game again

    so ive tried my making my xbox 360 slim play unofficial backward compatible games. and i keep getting "game error the game couldn't start" try downloading the game again. i did everything this guy did in his video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Da_ont-2AG0 i really appreciate if anyone can...
  20. Three New Xbox One Backwards Compatible Games Out Now

    Three New Xbox One Backwards Compatible Games Out Now

    It's been a quiet period for new additions to the Xbox One's backwards compatibility library. Following a number of additions in November, Microsoft's BC team took a break for the holidays, leaving us without any new titles for several weeks. Now, the first new releases of the year have arrived...
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