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These Xbox 360 games coming for One X launch

26 October 2017

First announced at E3 this year, and with not much else said since then, OG Xbox backwards compatibility is finally going to come to Xbox One this week, as first reported by IGN.

The fan-first feature has evolved from an experiment conducted by two separate Microsoft Research teams into a service planned for Xbox One's launch-complete with hardware hooks baked into the Durango silicon-until the well-publicized changes to the Xbox One policies (namely, stripping out the always-online requirement for the console) forced it to be pushed to the back burner.

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Reddit users also found the same lineup above via leaked listings, although user Krvavi_Abadas notes that the pages in which these games appear are unfinished, and their interaction with the Xbox One ecosystem either goes nowhere or invokes a glitch. They will be on the Xbox One store tomorrow, October 24, so you won't have to wait very long to get your retro Xbox fix. Each one has 1080p resolution, faster loading times, and higher/smoother frame rates.

Black BloodRayne 2 Crimson Skies: High Road to Revenge Dead to Rights Fuzion Frenzy Grabbed by the Ghoulies Ninja Gaiden Black Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time Psychonauts Red Faction 2 Sid Meier's Pirates! Notice the sharper textures and improved aliasing. Starting with the Xbox 360, the Xbox One has steadily added to its library, and this week marks a big jump. After that, the game will automatically download to their hard drive. Here's the full list that will be supported on launch day.

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Any games which supported System Link can still be hooked up and played, even across console generations.

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These Xbox 360 games coming for One X launch