Microsoft announces 16 new Xbox 360 games for the Xbox One

23 Dec 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Microsoft Corporation brings 16 Xbox 360 titles to Xbox One.

The Xbox One now supports 16 more Xbox 360 games. Microsoft stuck to its promise that it would update its latest home console each month with new backward compatibility games, and today the company posted a blog detailing the new batch of 360 releases that are making the leap to Xbox One.

Due to the former generation’s popularity, over the last two years the Redmond giant has been often delivering Xbox 360 titles to the latest installment. The biggest games include Portal, Halo Reach, and Deus Ex: Human Revolution — although, I’m partial to the free, commercial-as-a-game platformer Doritos Crash Course. Furthermore, it is worth noting that the availability of the said video game vary by region, while they are also part of Microsoft’s fresh Xbox One Backward compatibility titles, a project with a lot of potential that promises to bring all the prominent video games from the second iteration of the line-up. Finally, it also seems possible that monthly announcements of new backward compatible games could help Microsoft win a bit of the public relations war with Sony.

The PlayStation 4 recently got emulation of the PlayStation 2, but instead of making previously purchased PS2 games work with the new console, Sony is asking its fans to buy them all over again. Microsoft Corporation is a public multinational corporation headquartered in Redmond, Washington, USA that develops, manufactures, licenses, and supports a wide range of products and services predominantly related to computing through … read more »

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