We all love to get a huge plate of nostalgia when it comes to many forms of entertainment. There’s something so comforting about playing an older game from when we were younger. When Microsoft originally started backwards compatibility for Xbox 360 games, it was met with much excitement and a smart business strategy as many older 360 games were still being purchased. With so many games that ...[Read More]
The beautiful game is back and better than ever in EA Canada’s latest iteration of the best-selling sports franchise in the world, FIFA 18. While not a lot has changed since last year’s game, there are certainly some quality of life improvements that are of note.
Xbox has announced that Halo 3, Halo 3 ODST Campaign Edition, Halo 4, and Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary (Disc Only) are all headed to Xbox One via Backwards Compatibility today. All of these titles were released on Xbox 360, and should be a welcome addition to anyone looking to complete their Halo Collection.
Rockers, it is that time of year again where all the major video game corporations compete against one another to sell you a variety of different games of your choosing on the console of your choice. Last week, Steam started off the summer celebrations by announcing their summer sale, offering deals on thousands of titles for under sixty dollars. Some of the most notable sales that are being curre...[Read More]
Toylogic, developer of the Happy Wars game announced the start of their biggest battle event ever, with the introduction of the new World Alliance mode for Happy Wars. Taking place across all three platforms where Happy Wars is available, this challenge calls on all players to unite around a single goal: defeating all Bosses.
Microsoft has announced that Xbox Game Pass is now available on Xbox One for all Xbox Live Gold subscribers. For those unfamiliar, Xbox Game Pass gives subscribers unlimited access to over 100 titles. These include Xbox One games and some in the Xbox 360 Backward Compatability Program. The list of 100 games will be tweaked each and every month, and as long as a game is a part of Xbox Game Pass, yo...[Read More]
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has given us a deeper look into their upcoming title, Cars 3: Driven to Win. Obviously inspired by the Disney/Pixar upcoming film Cars 3, this title will put you behind the wheel of some of your favorite characters, including Lightning McQueen and Cruz Ramirez.
Even though Forza looks incredible on the Scorpio, there was one bit of additional news shared on Eurogamer that I found super interesting. Microsoft is making sure to let people know that this new unit will play everything that is currently playable on Xbox One. Yes, that includes the hundreds of Xbox 360 titles that are backwards compatible. This new machine could be the best way to enjoy those ...[Read More]
It was just announced by Larry Hyrb aka (Major Nelson) that the games Injustice: Gods Among Us and Haunted House will backwards compatible. As for if the games have already been pushed to anyone who owns the game. I’ve yet to test since the news from him went live less then 5 minutes ago. For those of you that don’t know of either game no worries, I’ve provided a bit of detail on...[Read More]
This week is the anniversary of the Xbox One Backward Compatibility program. Over 100 titles were launched with the program last November, and over 170 have been added in the past year. Monday we saw Mass Effect 2 and Mass Effect 3 physical editions added to the program, but today Xbox is adding a highly requested title. Get ready to (kick) flip, boys and girls.
As per usual, a new week, a new group of games with Xbox One Backward Compatibility. Usually we get three games, which is true this week as well, sortof. Technically, we are getting seven. That means one of the three is a compilation title! Rejoice! Usually it is a small group of games, but this one is larger. Something a little orange tinted. That’s right! The new games in the program are: