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  1. If you've got the Xbox 360 version of Call of Duty: Ghosts laying around and haven't felt like upgrading to the Xbox One version of the game, Microsoft has you covered. Infinity Ward's middling 2013 shooter is playable now on Xbox One via backward compatibility. Ghosts marks the sixth Call of Duty title to become backward compatible. It joins Call of Duty 2 and 3, World at War, and Black Ops I and II. The latest entry in the series, Call of Duty: WWII, launches November 3. Check out the game's E3 multiplayer trailer here. You can also read about how Microsoft is making original Xbox games playable on Xbox One. View full article
  2. If you've got the Xbox 360 version of Call of Duty: Ghosts laying around and haven't felt like upgrading to the Xbox One version of the game, Microsoft has you covered. Infinity Ward's middling 2013 shooter is playable now on Xbox One via backward compatibility. Ghosts marks the sixth Call of Duty title to become backward compatible. It joins Call of Duty 2 and 3, World at War, and Black Ops I and II. The latest entry in the series, Call of Duty: WWII, launches November 3. Check out the game's E3 multiplayer trailer here. You can also read about how Microsoft is making original Xbox games playable on Xbox One.
  3. July is nearly here and for Xbox gamers that means a new lineup of free games. As always, there are two Xbox One games and two 360 titles with the latter being added to the backward compatible list. The July Free Games with Gold are an interesting lot and range from indie multiplayer to a third person shooter. Adventure platformer Grow Up will be available for download during the entirety of July. It initially released in 2016 under Ubisoft and is the sequel to 2015's Grow Home. From July 1 to 15, Xbox 360 title Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days is up for download. The game is also a sequel and was developed by IO Interactive (the Hitman series). During the second half of the month (July 16 - August 15) Runbow and LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean: The Video Game will be downloadable for players. Runbow is a multiplayer racing game that plays with its title through a unique color mechanic. LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean first released in 2011 and is a more adorable retelling of the series' first four movies. June Game With Gold Watch Dogs is still free from now until July 15. View full article
  4. July is nearly here and for Xbox gamers that means a new lineup of free games. As always, there are two Xbox One games and two 360 titles with the latter being added to the backward compatible list. The July Free Games with Gold are an interesting lot and range from indie multiplayer to a third person shooter. Adventure platformer Grow Up will be available for download during the entirety of July. It initially released in 2016 under Ubisoft and is the sequel to 2015's Grow Home. From July 1 to 15, Xbox 360 title Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days is up for download. The game is also a sequel and was developed by IO Interactive (the Hitman series). During the second half of the month (July 16 - August 15) Runbow and LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean: The Video Game will be downloadable for players. Runbow is a multiplayer racing game that plays with its title through a unique color mechanic. LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean first released in 2011 and is a more adorable retelling of the series' first four movies. June Game With Gold Watch Dogs is still free from now until July 15.
  5. Xbox 360 backwards compatibility has been a pleasant surprise for the Xbox One due to its exceptional performance and a constantly growing library of compatible titles. Earlier this year it was revealed that Phil Spencer, Microsoft's head of Xbox, really values the idea of backwards compatibility. That vision appeared again at the Xbox's E3 media briefing, where the publisher announced they're expanding the initiative even further by making original Xbox games playable on the One. Cult favorite Crimson Skies: High Road To Revenge was revealed as the first confirmed compatible Xbox title. Spencer touted that Xbox games will "look and play better across the Xbox One family." Additionally, Microsoft confirmed the process will be as simple as playing 360 games on the One. Simply pop in your old Xbox discs and they'll work. More impressive is that cross-generation system link play will allow players to connect multiple Xbox's, from the original to the One X, together to play LAN multiplayer for OG Xbox titles. Xbox backwards compatibility is slated to roll out this fall. What Xbox titles would you like to see made playable on Xbox One? View full article
  6. Xbox 360 backwards compatibility has been a pleasant surprise for the Xbox One due to its exceptional performance and a constantly growing library of compatible titles. Earlier this year it was revealed that Phil Spencer, Microsoft's head of Xbox, really values the idea of backwards compatibility. That vision appeared again at the Xbox's E3 media briefing, where the publisher announced they're expanding the initiative even further by making original Xbox games playable on the One. Cult favorite Crimson Skies: High Road To Revenge was revealed as the first confirmed compatible Xbox title. Spencer touted that Xbox games will "look and play better across the Xbox One family." Additionally, Microsoft confirmed the process will be as simple as playing 360 games on the One. Simply pop in your old Xbox discs and they'll work. More impressive is that cross-generation system link play will allow players to connect multiple Xbox's, from the original to the One X, together to play LAN multiplayer for OG Xbox titles. Xbox backwards compatibility is slated to roll out this fall. What Xbox titles would you like to see made playable on Xbox One?
  7. Call of Duty 2 has now joined the roster of backwards compatible titles on Xbox One. This marks the second title from Infinity Ward to be added to the list of Xbox 360 games that play on Xbox One. Black Ops was added back in May. Heralded by many as the greatest World War II shooter of all time when it released back in 2005, Call of Duty 2 holds a great degree of nostalgia for many fans of the FPS genre. It's pretty fantastic that Xbox One owners now have the opportunity to play the classic for themselves. You can view the full list of backwards compatible games on Major Nelson's blog. You can vote on Xbox 360 titles that you want to see become playable on Xbox One and the current several front runners are all Call of Duty titles (with the exception of Skyrim at number two). View full article
  8. Call of Duty 2 has now joined the roster of backwards compatible titles on Xbox One. This marks the second title from Infinity Ward to be added to the list of Xbox 360 games that play on Xbox One. Black Ops was added back in May. Heralded by many as the greatest World War II shooter of all time when it released back in 2005, Call of Duty 2 holds a great degree of nostalgia for many fans of the FPS genre. It's pretty fantastic that Xbox One owners now have the opportunity to play the classic for themselves. You can view the full list of backwards compatible games on Major Nelson's blog. You can vote on Xbox 360 titles that you want to see become playable on Xbox One and the current several front runners are all Call of Duty titles (with the exception of Skyrim at number two).
  9. Have you been dying to see backwards compatibility for the Xbox One? The wait is almost over. Microsoft will be releasing a list of over one hundred Xbox 360 titles that will be playable on the Xbox One on November 9, next Monday. This was confirmed by lead Xbox engineer Mike Yabarra in a tweet earlier today. View full article
  10. Have you been dying to see backwards compatibility for the Xbox One? The wait is almost over. Microsoft will be releasing a list of over one hundred Xbox 360 titles that will be playable on the Xbox One on November 9, next Monday. This was confirmed by lead Xbox engineer Mike Yabarra in a tweet earlier today.
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