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Will you buy an Xbox One X on November 7?


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 Written by Adam Woolcott  on March 30, 2006

News: Baby steps, then.

After a few months of neglect, Microsoft finally has updated their oft-derided Backwards Compatibility list. But don't get too excited, while indeed there are new Xbox games now playable on the Xbox 360, there isn't a lot - a mere three new titles.

Thankfully these are three relatively current and popular titles; the Criterion blast-a-thon Black, Star Wars Battlefront 2, and Winning Eleven 9. So it's not all bad.

In addition many already-compatible games received minor updates, namely Forza Motorsport, Fable, Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory and Ninja Gaiden. In general all of these updates increase the performance with the 360 software emulator. Forza, for instance, is much smoother with this new update.

For the updated BC list, click the source link below.


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