Lost Odyssey Free Download Now Available Until December 31st

Those who own an Xbox One will be able to participate in celebrating the Xbox One backward Compatibility catalog passing over 300 games by downloading a new yet old title. The team will grant Xbox fans Lost Odyssey as a special free gift for those who have Xbox Live Gold. The Xbox 360 role playing game is now free until December 31st. Continue reading “Lost Odyssey Free Download Now Available Until December 31st”

Mass Effect 2 And Mass Effect 3 Are Now Backwards Compatible For Xbox One

Electronic Arts and BioWare have completed the trifecta of backwards compatible Mass Effect games, making all three titles available as backwards compatible for the Xbox One. Continue reading “Mass Effect 2 And Mass Effect 3 Are Now Backwards Compatible For Xbox One”

Half-Life 2, Portal Now Available On Xbox One Via Backwards Compatibility

The PS4 may be able to access Red Dead Redemption soon via PlayStation Now, but Xbox One gamers can currently play Half-Life 2, Portal and Team Fortress 2 via backwards compatibility. Continue reading “Half-Life 2, Portal Now Available On Xbox One Via Backwards Compatibility”

Phil Spencer Wants Xbox One Backwards Compatibility For OG Xbox Games

The Xbox 360 had backwards compatibility for playing OG Xbox games and the Xbox One has backwards compatibility for Xbox 360 games. Well, now Phil Spencer, the head of the Xbox division, is looking into adding OG Xbox support for the Xbox One when it comes to backwards compatibility. Continue reading “Phil Spencer Wants Xbox One Backwards Compatibility For OG Xbox Games”

Blue Dragon Will Be Backwards Compatible On Xbox One

According to a Tweet from Xbox’s head honcho Phil Spencer, it appears as if one of the classic JRPGs for the Xbox 360 will be making its way to the Xbox One via backwards compatibility. Continue reading “Blue Dragon Will Be Backwards Compatible On Xbox One”

Red Dead Redemption Xbox 360 Sales Blast Up By 6,200%

The sales of Rockstar Games’ Red Dead Redemption have skyrocketed on Amazon following the announcement that the game will be available for backwards compatibility on the Xbox One starting this Friday on July 8th. Continue reading “Red Dead Redemption Xbox 360 Sales Blast Up By 6,200%”

Red Dead Redemption Backwards Compatibility Goes Live July 8th

If you have the Xbox 360 versions of Red Dead Redemption, you’ll be pleased to know that all versions of the game that released last generation on Microsoft’s console will be playable on the Xbox One starting July 8th. Continue reading “Red Dead Redemption Backwards Compatibility Goes Live July 8th”

Xbox One Backwards Compatibility Now Supports Multi-Disc Games

One of the more disappointing bits of news about the Xbox One’s backwards compatibility was that it was limited to single disc games only (that was in combination with the fact that publishers had to approve and give Microsoft the a-okay to allow games to be made backwards compatible on Xbox One). Well, that disappointing hurdle involving backwards compatible games limited to a single disc is now an afterthought. Continue reading “Xbox One Backwards Compatibility Now Supports Multi-Disc Games”