16 New Xbox 360 Games Announced for Xbox One Consoles
Dec 18, 2015 As promised, Microsoft has recently unveiled the 16 new Xbox 360 titles that can be played using the Xbox One through the backwards compatibility service. With the latest roster update, the total of number of last-gen games that are now available for the company's next-gen console is now at 120.
Sony Working on New Emulation Technology that will Allow Gamers to Play PS2 Titles on PS4
Nov 23, 2015 Sony is currently working on a new PlayStation 4 feature that could rival Microsoft's Backwards Compatibility. According to various reports, the new emulation feature allows gamers to run PlayStation 2 games on Sony's next-gen console.
New Xbox One Experience Brings Backwards Compatibility But Drops Support for Kinect Gestures
Nov 12, 2015 Microsoft is getting ready to roll out a new update dubbed as the New Xbox One Experience for owners of its first-gen gaming console. Although the update is expected to come with the highly anticipated Backwards Compatibility support, it will also remove a key feature of the Xbox One.
Lineup of Free Xbox One and Xbox 360 Games for Next Month Revealed
Oct 29, 2015 Microsoft has revealed the official lineup of free games that will be available for next month's Games with Gold program. In addition, starting in November, the company said that Xbox One gamers will be able to access the Games with Gold Xbox 360 titles through the backwards compatibility service.
Developer Confirms ‘Burnout Paradise’ Coming to Xbox One
Oct 27, 2015 U.K.-based development studio Criterion Games has officially confirmed that "Burnout Paradise" will debut for the Xbox One console through Microsoft's backwards compatibility program. The studio, however, noted that the arrival of the racing game for Microsoft's next-gen gaming system still does not have a release date.