20 new Games ... Doom 3, Lego Star Wars and more. Listen to the interview with Peter Moore.
Who cares? I personally don't, I have a next-gen system for next-gen games, with improved graphic and audio quality. The only people that should be playing last-gen games are the Sony fan-boys, becuase it looks like we will have Ultimate Definition TV's before the PS3 comes out.
Can someone please tell me what games he lists on the audio podcast? I cant open it at work. What other games are backwards compatible?
The only 2 titles Moore named were Doom 3 and Lego star wars
The only BC game I play on my 360 is Halo, Halo 2 anyway. I'm more interested in the new games coming out.
yeah seriously I don't even have any of my old 360 games why is everyone so caught up on that anyways, why do u want to play the old version of the game if u can play the new version
they seem to be under the impression that the 360 is the only system that launched with a handful of games and then had a slow spell while devs are trying to get more familiar with the new hardware. every other system launched with 50 games and had new ones coming out hand over fist every week. if you really want to play xbox games so badly, you could have kept your xbox. i know from working at gamestop, the trade in value isn't that great, especially for those like me who bought the system when it was $300.
the orginal PS had NO launch titles...it came with a demo disk.
so any dig from sony on xbox launch games is pointless.
besides, there was some good games at launch.
CoD2 and Project G. for example.
like someone mentioned above, he only said two games.
i have searched high and low for an updated b/c list. the last one was in March. has no one yet found out what new games are b/c.
i got my fingers crossed for ESPN 2k5.
espn nfl 2k5 has been sitting on the sidelines waiting for an update. damn ea buyout. 2k6 would have been sick on the 360.
All I want is Fifa Street 2 damn it. 1 is BC but I played it to death.
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