Microsoft confirms that more original Xbox Games coming to Xbox One Backward Compatibility
Superb. Panzer dragoon, conker, blonde and star wars on the list this month.
I'm so happy about SSX3 being on the list. It will be great to play that again, now with better graphics and performance than ever.
If Microsoft manages to revive/retool Conker's online component to work on X1, that would make this news phenomenal. I doubt it mind you, but you never know with it being a first party title and all. Either way, I'm there.
At least the game has bots to play against. Back before I had Live, this is how I played the multiplayer.
Awesome great job MS. And the X playing older games at that great a resolution!! Can't wait to fire up RDR again just to see it in native 4k
Well hoping that I can buy Panzer Dragoon Orta online to complete my collection of Panzer Dragoon experience (loved them on Saturn)
I'm pretty sure most titles that are backward compatible are able to be bought online as well. There were some setbacks like Blue Dragon, or multiple disc titles, but I think that issue was sorted out as well.
Does it get enhanced for us xboxone s owners?
[Spotted] I don't see why not...Fuzion Frenzy, KotOR, and Ninja Gaiden all did for S...why wouldn't these...
Thank you very much, [Spotted]
I've been hoping for Morrowind for ages; This is great.
HUNTER THE F***ING RECKONING!! ahem.... That was an unexpected title to recieve... Very happy about panzer Dragoon, breakdown and blinx. But dang 6 Star wars games?! I would of loved to have 3 star wars games and maybe JSRF, Max Payne and Silent Hill 2 instead.. maybe buffy too oh well next time i hope.
Yeah I really love all the Star Wars titles they're bringing into the, I hope the Clone Wars makes it at some point as well! I know it wasn't popular but would love to see Tron 2.0 and Battlestar Galactica added!
That moment when the most exciting titles for Xbox One are games from early 2000's.
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