Backward compatibility with the Xbox 360 is one of the big ways Microsoft is trying to set the Xbox One apart from the competition, and it is already making a difference at retail.
I know I've seen people buying some small stacks of 360 games.
This is a win, win, win situation. 1. X1 owners get access to 360 games they may have wanted to play but never got around to playing. 2. Publishers sell more 360 games. 3. Bargin hunters can get deals on used 360 games for their X1.
Yes, great for everyone involved.
Also Gamestop will make a killing on 360 games.
So Xbox 360 game that doesnt have BC support is selling well. So how do you make the connection that it is BC that is boosting sale? LOL. Straw grasp argument.
@GameNameFame: "So Xbox 360 game that doesnt have BC support is selling well. So how do you make the connection that it is BC that is boosting sale? " Yes, because consumers are clueless and thinks all games are BC...? "LOL. Straw grasp argument." There is no such thing, but good job on making up one. I believe your argument is a "grasp argument straw". :D
The old stuff is better?
I've been playing quite a few on my X1 and I am enjoying them once again...please activision please give access to CoD 2, World at War and MW. I really want to be able to just remove my 360 from my living room. Microsoft listened and the fans are loving it!!
It's not a crazy theory... But when you look at the games that were sold well, it looks more like the demographic is more family friendly. Which always benefits the previous gen
More money in developer pockets.. All in ONE.
i know im gonna go back with that screen capture working overtime on ALOT of games ive already played plus videos can't wait.
Wait, we can still screen capture with xbox one when we play 360 games?
? i hope so thAts what i thought
prices of preowned 360 games are slowly rising aswell , ive grabbed like 10 new 360 additions myself
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