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  1. Xbox One Backwards Compatible List Gains Two New Games

    Xbox One Backwards Compatible List Gains Two New Games

    Larry "Major Nelson" Hryb has revealed two more Xbox 360 games are now backwards compatible on Xbox One. As usual, you can play the games on Xbox One if you already own them, but both are available for purchase on the console's online marketplace as well. The two titles added are From Dust and...
  2. New Xbox One Backward Compatibility Games Out Now

    New Xbox One Backward Compatibility Games Out Now

    Xbox One players have two more games they can now play on their console. Microsoft's director of programming for Xbox Live, Larry "Major Nelson" Hryb, took to Twitter to announce that the Xbox One now supports two more Xbox 360 titles via backward compatibility. Both Team Ninja's Ninja Gaiden...
  3. Xbox One Backwards Compatibility Adds Three More Games

    Xbox One Backwards Compatibility Adds Three More Games

    The Xbox One's backwards compatibility catalogue continues to grow bigger still. As announced on Twitter by Major Nelson, the new Xbox 360 additions to the backwards compatibility library on Xbox One today include three titles from 2K Games: The Darkness, The Bureau: XCOM Declassified, and Duke...
  4. Xbox One Backwards Compatibility Adds Three More Games

    Xbox One Backwards Compatibility Adds Three More Games

    Microsoft has notched three more Xbox One backwards compatible games to its growing list. This trio includes a cult favourite action-RPG, a Sonic game, and a game based on a pair of famous movie properties. The three additions are Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning, Sonic Unleashed, and Aliens vs...
  5. Xbox One Adds Three Backwards Compatible Games

    Xbox One Adds Three Backwards Compatible Games

    Microsoft has been rolling out backwards compatible games for Xbox One on a near-weekly basis, and that continues this week with another new batch of BC titles. Three more Xbox 360 games are now playable on the current-gen console, and this time, they all hail from Crytek's critically acclaimed...
  6. Xbox One Backwards Compatibility Adds Two More Games

    Xbox One Backwards Compatibility Adds Two More Games

    Xbox One's backward compatibility list has just received two new additions, including a cult favourite from Double Fine. The 2009 action-strategy game with a dose of metal influence, Brutal Legend, is the latest to join the line-up. It's flanked by Greg Hastings Paintball 2. Brutal Legend was a...
  7. Xbox One Adds Two Backwards Compatible Games

    Xbox One Adds Two Backwards Compatible Games

    Microsoft has added another pair of Xbox 360 games to Xbox One's growing backwards compatible library. Ahead of the release of Shadow of the Tomb Raider next month, players can now revisit two of Lara Croft's last-gen adventures on Xbox One: Tomb Raider Legend and Tomb Raider Anniversary...
  8. CoD: Modern Warfare 3 Now Backwards Compatible On Xbox One

    CoD: Modern Warfare 3 Now Backwards Compatible On Xbox One

    There's been little news on the Xbox One backwards compatibility front as of late, but with E3 in the rear-view mirror, it's time for something new. Microsoft has announced a new addition to the BC lineup, and it's a pretty big one in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3. Major Nelson confirmed the...
  9. Xbox One Adds New Backwards Compatible Game Today

    Xbox One Adds New Backwards Compatible Game Today

    Dragon Age II still has many fans seven years after its release, and now players will get another chance to play as the game is now part of the Xbox Backwards Compatibility program. Starting today, you'll be able to buy a digital copy of the game on Xbox One or, if you have the Xbox 360 disc...
  10. Will Backwards Compatibility Expand to the Original Xbox?

    Will Backwards Compatibility Expand to the Original Xbox?

    Phil Spencer, Microsoft's head of Xbox, revealed on Twitter that he and the team are very interested in making games from Microsoft's original Xbox console compatible on the Xbox One. Spencer responded to a fan asking about porting Xbox original games to the Xbox One, in which Spencer replied...
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