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Forums - Microsoft Discussion - All the Xbox One Backwards Compatibility Games [Updated for June 29, 2017]

I am 90% satisfied. The only games I want is the older COD games like COD3, WAW,ect and few other games like GTA4, MGS HD collection and splinter cell conviction.



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I check the Xbox website daily. I love BC.

All want at this point is
-Lost Odyssey
-Hitman Absolution
-Tomb Raider Legend
-Tomb Raider Anniversary
-Tomb Raider Underworld
-Enslaved Journey to the West

*Edit* the Batman Arkham games but I guess I'm buying the collection so this is moot.

And I'll box up my 360s.



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Personally waiting on The Dishwasher Dead Samurai and The Dishwasher Vampire Smile- awesome, awesome games by Skaa Studios. Hearing that hundreds more will come has me feeling good  the other remnants will come.

After that, the 360 is getting dumped, replaced by the current 360S at that TV, to make room for Scorpio on the main.



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Tales of Vesperia? :(



The BuShA owns all!

Sadly the majority of that list is XBLA titles.

I would also like to see Microsoft include the original Xbox games too.



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Mr Puggsly said:
CladInShadows said:
Man, it's be awesome if MS extended their Play Anywhere program to backwards compatible games.

A few problems with that.

Its emulation so there would be high PC requirements to play old games. A gamepad would basically be a requirement. Much of the 360's library is already on PC.

Bringing some X1 BC titles to PC would be nice, but ports would be better.

I'm no engineer, but I assume that if an XBone can handle this, then so can my PC which outclasses the it in every way. And I think it'd be obvious that you'd need a gamepad.

I'd be OK with ports, but if I own the game on the X360, I'd rather just be able to get the game for free like you can on the XBone.



CladInShadows said:
Mr Puggsly said:

A few problems with that.

Its emulation so there would be high PC requirements to play old games. A gamepad would basically be a requirement. Much of the 360's library is already on PC.

Bringing some X1 BC titles to PC would be nice, but ports would be better.

I'm no engineer, but I assume that if an XBone can handle this, then so can my PC which outclasses the it in every way. And I think it'd be obvious that you'd need a gamepad.

I'd be OK with ports, but if I own the game on the X360, I'd rather just be able to get the game for free like you can on the XBone.

Yeah, YOUR PC could probably handle 360 emulation. But I think the average user would be annoyed they need a powerful machine to play old games with relatively bad graphics for PC.

Frankly, I don't think a lot of publishers would even support having their 360 games on PC. Personally I'm not opposed to the idea, I just don't think it would out well.



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Zelda: BotW
for Wii U (5/5) - Zelda: BotW for Switch (5/5) - Zelda: Link's Awakening for Switch (4/5) - Rage 2 for X1X (4/5) - Rage for 360 (3/5) - Streets of Rage 4 for X1/PC (4/5) - Gears 5 for X1X (5/5) - Mortal Kombat 11 for X1X (5/5) - Doom 64 for N64 (emulator) (3/5) - Crackdown 3 for X1S/X1X (4/5) - Infinity Blade III - for iPad 4 (3/5) - Infinity Blade II - for iPad 4 (4/5) - Infinity Blade - for iPad 4 (4/5) - Wolfenstein: The Old Blood for X1 (3/5) - Assassin's Creed: Origins for X1 (3/5) - Uncharted: Lost Legacy for PS4 (4/5) - EA UFC 3 for X1 (4/5) - Doom for X1 (4/5) - Titanfall 2 for X1 (4/5) - Super Mario 3D World for Wii U (4/5) - South Park: The Stick of Truth for X1 BC (4/5) - Call of Duty: WWII for X1 (4/5) -Wolfenstein II for X1 - (4/5) - Dead or Alive: Dimensions for 3DS (4/5) - Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite for X1 (3/5) - Halo Wars 2 for X1/PC (4/5) - Halo Wars: DE for X1 (4/5) - Tekken 7 for X1 (4/5) - Injustice 2 for X1 (4/5) - Yakuza 5 for PS3 (3/5) - Battlefield 1 (Campaign) for X1 (3/5) - Assassin's Creed: Syndicate for X1 (4/5) - Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare for X1 (4/5) - Call of Duty: MW Remastered for X1 (4/5) - Donkey Kong Country Returns for 3DS (4/5) - Forza Horizon 3 for X1 (5/5)

Pemalite said:
Sadly the majority of that list is XBLA titles.

Not necessarily a bad thing, XBLA had some of the most notable 360 games. A lot of junk has been released on disc.

There are also a lot of games that may not come to X1 BC because of remasters or cross gen. I can think of like 30 right now.



Recently Completed
Zelda: BotW
for Wii U (5/5) - Zelda: BotW for Switch (5/5) - Zelda: Link's Awakening for Switch (4/5) - Rage 2 for X1X (4/5) - Rage for 360 (3/5) - Streets of Rage 4 for X1/PC (4/5) - Gears 5 for X1X (5/5) - Mortal Kombat 11 for X1X (5/5) - Doom 64 for N64 (emulator) (3/5) - Crackdown 3 for X1S/X1X (4/5) - Infinity Blade III - for iPad 4 (3/5) - Infinity Blade II - for iPad 4 (4/5) - Infinity Blade - for iPad 4 (4/5) - Wolfenstein: The Old Blood for X1 (3/5) - Assassin's Creed: Origins for X1 (3/5) - Uncharted: Lost Legacy for PS4 (4/5) - EA UFC 3 for X1 (4/5) - Doom for X1 (4/5) - Titanfall 2 for X1 (4/5) - Super Mario 3D World for Wii U (4/5) - South Park: The Stick of Truth for X1 BC (4/5) - Call of Duty: WWII for X1 (4/5) -Wolfenstein II for X1 - (4/5) - Dead or Alive: Dimensions for 3DS (4/5) - Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite for X1 (3/5) - Halo Wars 2 for X1/PC (4/5) - Halo Wars: DE for X1 (4/5) - Tekken 7 for X1 (4/5) - Injustice 2 for X1 (4/5) - Yakuza 5 for PS3 (3/5) - Battlefield 1 (Campaign) for X1 (3/5) - Assassin's Creed: Syndicate for X1 (4/5) - Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare for X1 (4/5) - Call of Duty: MW Remastered for X1 (4/5) - Donkey Kong Country Returns for 3DS (4/5) - Forza Horizon 3 for X1 (5/5)

Still no Tales of Vesperia. Sigh...maybe one day...



Mr Puggsly said:
CladInShadows said:

I'm no engineer, but I assume that if an XBone can handle this, then so can my PC which outclasses the it in every way. And I think it'd be obvious that you'd need a gamepad.

I'd be OK with ports, but if I own the game on the X360, I'd rather just be able to get the game for free like you can on the XBone.

Yeah, YOUR PC could probably handle 360 emulation. But I think the average user would be annoyed they need a powerful machine to play old games with relatively bad graphics for PC.

Frankly, I don't think a lot of publishers would even support having their 360 games on PC. Personally I'm not opposed to the idea, I just don't think it would out well.

You know, it's funny that we live in a world where people would get pissed off when a company ADDS a feature to their service.  But I guess you're probably right.