Here are the First 13 Xbox Games Coming to Backwards Compatibility
Microsoft has released a curated list of Xbox games that will be coming to Xbox Backwards Compatibility. In total there will be 13 Xbox games to play through the program starting tomorrow, October 24. These games will feature up to 4X the pixel count on the Xbox One and One S, and up to 16X the pixel count on the One X. The Xbox One X will also run Xbox 360 gamers with up to 9X the pixel count, which will be evident in both Halo 3 and Fallout 3.
You can find the full list of Xbox titles below, as well as more details from Microsoft on the program. There are also a few comparison videos to check out to see the visual upgrades.
Below is the first curated batch of Original Xbox games we’re releasing into the Xbox One Backward Compatibility program. We expect to release another curated list of Original Xbox classics in Spring 2018, so stayed tuned for more. And to help celebrate the launch of Original Xbox games into the Xbox One Backward Compatibility library, Xbox Game Pass members get access to Xbox Original Ninja Gaiden Black for free as a part of their membership to the game subscription service.
- BloodRayne 2
- Crimson Skies: High Road to Revenge
- Dead to Rights
- Fuzion Frenzy
- Grabbed by the Ghoulies
- King of Fighters Neowave
- Ninja Gaiden Black
- Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time
- Red Faction II
- Sid Meier’s Pirates!
- Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic
When the world’s most powerful console launches on Nov. 7, you will be able to run select Xbox 360 games at higher resolution, 9X the original pixel count, and expanded color details. The team developed the Heutchy Method (after the engineer who created it) which leverages the power of Xbox One X to let the Xbox 360 emulator present the very best version of the game possible with the existing assets—all without touching the game code. The same method improves the graphics for Original Xbox games on Xbox One and Xbox One S.
Here are the Xbox 360 games that will join the Xbox One X Enhanced catalog on Nov. 7.
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Via [Xbox Wire]