Original Xbox and 360 Games

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2 years ago#1
Do you think we'll ever see a similar experience to PlayStation Now on the Xbox One?
I really hope so, and here's why. I don't plan on getting rid of my 360 any time in the near future, so I don't care so much about 360 backwards compatibility, but original Xbox would be amazing.
There are still a few great games that are not backwards compatible with the 360. I currently have 007 Everything or Nothing and 007 From Russia with Love, Voodoo Vince, Toejam & Earl III, Midway Arcade Treasures vol. 1 - 3 and X-Men Legends that I can no longer play because I no longer have space for an original Xbox. Some of those game are better than others, but Everything or Nothing was essentially an entire Bond movie and a sequel to Die Another Day. And one of Sean Connery's last things he did before he retired was the voice work for the From Russia with Love game.
X-Men Legends is still one of my all time favorites and is much better than Marvel Ultimate Alliance, in my opinion.
I have had a hankering to play these games again and I know I would love to play them in the future, but I really don't want to have to buy and hook up an Xbox just to do it.
2 years ago#2
http://www.ign.com/articles/2013/09/05/xbox-one-could-offer-backwards-compatibility-through-the-cloud

They're already working on it
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2 years ago#3
SunDevil77 posted...
http://www.ign.com/articles/2013/09/05/xbox-one-could-offer-backwards-compatibility-through-the-cloud

They're already working on it


Hopefully they include original Xbox games in that list. Although, I would kind of doubt it :/
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