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  • thats crazy if i cant play xbox 360 games on the xbox one…remember they did this with xbox to xbox 360 but gave updates in order to play them…why not do that again…really for your loyal xbox gamers we deserve that. we made your sucess…if i gotta start over ima go with another console

    The Xbox One's backwards compatibility feature . Since then, the response has been Microsoft recently said. Users have collectively spent playing Xbox 360 games on Xbox One.

  • I would have to agree with Firon and James. I think that you should be able to put an Xbox 360 game disc or download an Xbox 360 arcade game but have to update each game to fit the Xbox One. I think it is stupid to have to re-buy arcade games and have to let go of old Xbox 360 games that are great. I hope my opinion help, and I want to here other people’s thoughts on NO XBOX 360 GAMES ON XBOX ONE.

    That is so awesome. You plug the HDMI cord from the Xbox 360 into the Xbox One’s HDMI-IN port (instead of doing that with a cable box), and then you can play your Xbox 360 games while on the Xbox One system with it’s whole interface and overlay.

  • The only restrictions to the full Xbox 360 games catalogue being ported over is peripherals. Sadly, you won’t ever be able to play Xbox 360 Kinect games on the Xbox One, because you can’t connect your old Kinect to the new machine. And the new Kinect isn’t compatible with the older titles due to its advanced technology.

XBox 360 Games Playable on XBox One

Backwards compatibility is the holy grail of video game console features. Though it’s only occurred a few times, every new console prompts the question, “what am I going to do with all the games I already bought?” In November, Microsoft made a of Xbox 360 games playable on the Xbox One, including both physical and digital versions thereof. Since then, the list has been updated several times, and — as of now — it includes more than 230 titles. That seems like a lot, but with more than 1,000 titles in the Xbox 360 library, it isn’t easy to keep straight which games still work and which should stay in a box with your 360.