Sony Believes The Majority Of PS4 Games Can Be Played On PS5; No Word On PS1-PS3 Backwards Compatibility

The official PlayStation blog post that offered a look into the PS5’s specs has been updated. The new update attempts to clarify how the “overwhelming majority” of the 4,000+ PS4 titles will be playable on PS5. However, the blog post offers no word on PS3, PS2, and PS1 backwards compatibility. Continue reading “Sony Believes The Majority Of PS4 Games Can Be Played On PS5; No Word On PS1-PS3 Backwards Compatibility”

Xbox Series X Will Simply Be Known As Xbox, Will Be Backwards Compatible

Xbox Series X

Microsoft decided that they really are following in Nintendo’s footsteps with their naming convention for the newest Xbox console. Instead of choosing a name that is memorable and standout, Microsoft decided to call the newest Xbox Series X… “Xbox”. Continue reading “Xbox Series X Will Simply Be Known As Xbox, Will Be Backwards Compatible”

Crackdown 2 Now Available On Xbox One Free Of Charge

If you’re looking for something to play this weekend, you might be interested to know that Crackdown 2 has now been added to the growing list of titles supported by Xbox One backward compatibility. You might be even more interested to know that it’s 100 percent free. Continue reading “Crackdown 2 Now Available On Xbox One Free Of Charge”

Left 4 Dead 2, Portal, Half-Life 2 Become Backwards Compatible With Xbox One X Enhancements

Xbox One Backwards Compatible

Valve and Microsoft made a startling announcement recently, confirming that four of Valve’s popular titles are now available as backwards compatible titles for the Xbox One. What’s more is that each of the four games have also received Xbox One X enhancements so that you can play them in native 4K ultra high definition. Continue reading “Left 4 Dead 2, Portal, Half-Life 2 Become Backwards Compatible With Xbox One X Enhancements”

Crysis Trilogy Now Backwards Compatible For Xbox One

Crysis Backwards Compatible

If you were too poor to buy a worthwhile PC gaming rig and join the glorious PC master race last gen, you likely settled for purchasing a PS3 or an Xbox 360. Both systems eventually managed to receive poor man ports of Crytek’s highly celebrated Crysis series. The games were a far cry from what they were like on PC, but if you still managed to stay poor and only buy an Xbox One this gen, you have an opportunity to replay the entire Xbox 360 trilogy on your Xbox One… right now! Continue reading “Crysis Trilogy Now Backwards Compatible For Xbox One”

Rumble Roses XX, Zone Of The Enders HD Collection Now Backwards Compatible On Xbox One

Rumble Roses XX

In seventh gen there were a number of games made to appeal to gamers of all shapes, sizes, and types, including fan-service games aimed at the wrestling audience. These kind of games aren’t allowed to be made anymore due to SJWs controlling the Western media and AAA publishing houses. Luckily, you can experience some of the beatitude that gamers from the yesteryears were able to indulge in before the Social Justice Warriors came along and claimed everything was sexist, racist, and transphobic, all thanks to the Xbox One’s backwards compatibility feature. Continue reading “Rumble Roses XX, Zone Of The Enders HD Collection Now Backwards Compatible On Xbox One”

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Is Now Backwards Compatible For Xbox One

Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 Backwards Compatible

It’s sad that the only time Xbox games trend is when old games become backwards compatible for the system. Microsoft has fostered a rather anti-creative culture where the only noteworthy exclusives on the Xbox One are Forza Motorsport, Halo and Gears of War games. Anyway, the Xbox One community managed to capture the attention of social media recently when Larry “Major Nelson” Hryb announced that Activision and Infinity Ward’s iconic seventh gen shooter, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, is currently available as a backwards compatible title for the Xbox One. Continue reading “Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Is Now Backwards Compatible For Xbox One”

Saints Row 2 Is Now Backwards Compatible For The Xbox One

Saints Row 2

The last good Saints Row game is now backwards compatible for the Xbox One. Saints Row 2 was a no-holds-barred, completely unfiltered, open-world sandbox game that left nothing to chance and was filled to the brim with the sort of content that would force today’s journalist into tiny little safe space pen, filled with urine-soiled balls. Continue reading “Saints Row 2 Is Now Backwards Compatible For The Xbox One”

Crackdown Now Backwards Compatible With Xbox One X Enhancements

Crackdown 1 Backwards Compatible

Microsoft hasn’t done a whole lot right when it comes to leveraging the Xbox brand. However, they definitely did right with the whole backwards compatibility thing and have stepped it up even further to add the one game that a bunch of gamers have been looking forward to as a backwards compatible title: Crackdown. Continue reading “Crackdown Now Backwards Compatible With Xbox One X Enhancements”

Vanquish, Brave, Lara Croft Join Xbox One’s Backwards Compatible List

Vanquish Backwards Compatible

Three more games have become backwards compatible for the Xbox One, including Platinum Games’ Vanquish, Disney’s Brave, and Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light. Continue reading “Vanquish, Brave, Lara Croft Join Xbox One’s Backwards Compatible List”

Spec Ops: The Line, The Darkness II Join Xbox One’s Backwards Compatible List

Spec Ops The Line

Three new games have joined the backwards compatibility list for the Xbox One. While it was too long to fit into the headline, The Misadventures of P.B. Winterbottom has joined other Xbox 360 classics such as Spec Ops: The Line and The Darkness II on the backwards compatibility list for the Xbox One. Continue reading “Spec Ops: The Line, The Darkness II Join Xbox One’s Backwards Compatible List”

Far Cry 2, Driver San Francisco And Sniper Elite V2 Now Backwards Compatible For Xbox One

Driver San Francisco

Some decent games have been made available for backwards compatibility on the Xbox One, brought back from the dead by the necromancer of seventh gen gaming. We have Ubisoft’s Far Cry 2 and Driver: San Francisco, along with Sniper Elite V2 from Rebellion Entertainment. Continue reading “Far Cry 2, Driver San Francisco And Sniper Elite V2 Now Backwards Compatible For Xbox One”

Halo 3, Halo 3: ODST And Halo 4 Are Now Backwards Compatible On Xbox One

Halo 3 Backwards Compatible

Microsoft’s backwards compatibility program has been one of the few shining beacons of success for the Xbox One. Allowing gamers to play their old library on a new system because the new system doesn’t have any good games was a brilliant move. Well, Microsoft is continuing the trend by adding some of the biggest and best-selling games from the Xbox 360’s library to the Xbox One’s library. Continue reading “Halo 3, Halo 3: ODST And Halo 4 Are Now Backwards Compatible On Xbox One”