1. creaky

    Microsoft adds two new games to Xbox One's backwards compatibility lineup

    Xbox One's backwards compatibility lineup has been bolstered again this week with the addition of two new games, Major Nelson has confirmed. First up is Hydrophobia, the deep-sea survival horror title released back in 2010 for Xbox Live Arcade and later ported to PC and PlayStation 3. Developed...
  2. kenny

    Halo 1, 3, ODST, and 4 are coming to Xbox One via backward compatibility with DLC

    For the last couple of years, Microsoft has been actively pushing their backward compatibility feature on Xbox One. Hundreds of Xbox 360 games have become playable on Xbox One including some classics, some lesser known titles, and maybe some games we wish we could forget. In the very near...
  3. creaky

    Microsoft adds five games to Xbox One Backward Compatibility

    Today, Microsoft added five more titles to the list of Xbox 360 games that are backward compatible with the Xbox One. Well, it's more like four and a half, as Of Orcs and Men is only available in select regions, and the US and UK don't seem to be among them. The company added three games on...
  4. creaky

    Call of Duty 2 now on Xbox One backward compatibility

    Xbox 360 launch title Call of Duty 2 is heading to Xbox One backward compatibility today, Microsoft has announced. If you've got it, pop the disc into your Xbox One and you'll be prompted to download the necessary files. Alternatively, you can grab it directly from the Xbox Store for £14.99...
  5. creaky

    Microsoft adds two more games to Xbox One Backward Compatibility

    Microsoft today added two more titles to the list of Xbox 360 games that are backward compatible with the Xbox One. Last week, the company added a total of 11 games to the list. A week ago, three games were added, but later in the week, the firm announced another eight. Because of this, it...
  6. creaky

    More Games Join Xbox One Backward Compatibility List

    Xbox Live director of programming Larry "Major Nelson" Hryb confirmed on his Twitter account that four new 360 games became playable on Xbox One today: Trials HD, Sam & Max, Alan Wake's American Nightmare & LEGO Batman are now playable on your Xbox One via BC Sam & Max: Beyond Time and Space...
  7. creaky

    Red Dead Redemption spotted for Xbox One backward compatibility

    Red Dead Redemption is one of the most requested games for Xbox One's backward compatibility, and it looks like it finally may be happening. Spotted on NeoGAF, Red Dead Redemption was listed alongside Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, and Tekken Tag Tournament 2 in an Xbox LIVE user's...
  8. creaky

    Backward Compatibility Heading In Different Direction Says Microsoft

    Microsoft's fledgling Backward Compatibility program for Xbox One is seeing some changes to how future games will be released. Backward Comp currently relies on developer given their okay for their titles to be made available, allowing Microsoft to add more titles to their lengthening list of...
  9. creaky

    Portal, Fable and Halo have just been added to Xbox One's backwards compatibility list

    A little over month after getting the first glut of backwards compatible Xbox 360 games on Xbox One, we're receiving an update to the tune of 16 new games - all playable from today. With a few outliers, it's a far more consistent list, too. Revealed on the Major Nelson blog, there's a stone-cold...
  10. creaky

    Microsoft Working on Purchasable Xbox 360 Games for Xbox One Users

    Microsoft has said that it is working on purchasable Xbox 360 games for users on Xbox One. While at the moment you can play 360 games you currently own or get free from Games with Gold, people have been complaining that there's no way of actually buying Xbox 360 titles from the Xbox One...
  11. agamer

    New Xbox One Backward Compatibility Games Will Be Announced Monthly

    Microsoft’s Phil Spencer revealed on Twitter earlier this week that announcements for new Xbox One backwards compatibility games will be done on a monthly basis. A fan asked Spencer on Twitter when we will hear of the next list Xbox 360 games that will be backwards compatible with the Xbox One...
  12. creaky

    Sony is working to bring PS2 games to PS4

    PlayStation 2 games are playable on PlayStation 4 thanks to emulation, and Sony has confirmed plans to tap into the technology to bring classic games to its latest console. "We are working on utilizing PS2 emulation technology to bring PS2 games forward to the current generation," a...
  13. creaky

    Backwards compatible games

    The inital list of backwards compatible games has been released, at the time of writing this there are 104 games on the list. The link below will be continually updated so will always show the up to date list. Xbox One Backward Compatibility | Xbox
  14. creaky

    Play Xbox 360 Games On Xbox One

    A short guide on playing your Xbox 360 games on the Xbox One
  15. creaky

    Here's When Gears of War Xbox One Backwards Compatibility Codes Start Going Out

    Everyone who bought Gears of War Ultimate Edition on Xbox One will soon receive codes to download the promised backwards-compatible versions of every game in the series for Xbox 360. Starting December 1, Microsoft will send out download codes for Gears of War, Gears of War 2, Gears of War 3...
  16. creaky

    Over 100 Xbox 360 games coming to the Xbox One will be announced next week

    Microsoft are scheduled to deliver the Windows 10 based update to the Xbox One next Thursday, adding a range of new enhancements and additions over the existing dashboard. Alongside this, we will see the arrival of backwards compatibility, enabling select Xbox 360 games to run on the Xbox One...
  17. creaky

    Burnout Paradise Coming To Xbox One Backward Compatibility

    Criterion Games has announced that Burnout Paradise will be coming to Xbox One backwards compatibility. Criterion Games has announced that Burnout Paradise will be coming to Xbox One backwards compatibility. Criterion has yet to announce when it will be available, but the first wave of...
  18. creaky

    Borderlands Coming to Xbox One Backward Compatibility

    Borderlands has been added to Xbox One backwards compatibility, Microsoft has announced. Provided you own a physical or digital copy of the Xbox 360 original, the game will be playable to Xbox One preview program members the moment it's added, and to all other users once backwards compatibility...
  19. creaky

    Microsoft hints at possibility of backward compatibility for original Xbox games on Xbox One

    Earlier this month, Microsoft revealed that its new backward compatibility feature will launch for all owners of the Xbox One in November. Currently available to those in the Preview program, the feature allows Xbox One owners to play older Xbox 360 games on their console, and over 100 titles...