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The New Xbox One Experience will be with us on November 12, and with it comes the highly-anticipated backwards compatibility update. Come the service’s release, 104 games from the Xbox 360’s vast back catalogue will be available to play on the Xbox One, says Mike Ybarra, Director Of Program Management for Xbox.
Today, I’m happy to unveil to you the first 104 Xbox One Backward Compatibility games. Some of my favorites are included, like the complete “Gears of War” catalog, “Assassin’s Creed II,” “Fallout 3,” “Borderlands,” and “Castle Crashers.” The full list of the first 104 games is below and can also be found on Xbox.com/BackCompat. And, as I shared at Gamescom, going forward, all Xbox 360 games available through Games with Gold after Nov. 12 will be playable on Xbox One.
You can peruse the full list of games to be available on day 1 below:
A Kingdom for Keflings
Lode Runner »
- Joe Pring
It has been 11 years since audiences were last exposed to the underground terror that is the Graboids. The cult franchise has so far delivered 4 films and an ill-fated TV series. Causing a whole generation of B-Movie fans to question whether or not it is safe to walk on the floor, the franchise returns this year with Tremors 5: Bloodlines.
Originally sprouting onto the big screen in the 1990 surprise cult hit Tremors starring Kevin Bacon, Fred Ward and Finn Carter. The film portrayed the story of a small isolated town in America that becomes terrorised by giant flesh-eating worms. Think Earthworm Jim on a very very bad day. Although the film was not a theatrical success the VHS sales and rentals tripled the film’s box office gross. So lets look at the Tremors story so far….
The cult success of the original »
- Stu Greenfield
Blue Suede Goo, Ickybod Clay, and others are returning to our screens as Interplay is remastering Clayfighter...
When Mortal Kombat first arrived on the scene a new breed of fighters emerged. Unlike the fluid, combo-heavy stable of games spearheaded by Street Fighter II, there was a number of slower, clunkier fighters that featured digitised visuals and various unique elements, such as the gore and fatalities of Midway's flagship release.
One of the most unique Mk-style fighters to emerge had to be Interplay's Clayfighter. Developed using real claymation characters and animations, digitized and slapped into the game, Clayfighter was an oddball fighter packed with strange characters and colourful locations.
The cast of characters included the likes of Bad Mr Frosty, Taffy, Helga, Blue Suede Goo, and my own personal favourite, Blob. Each character was themed on various topics, such as Blue Suede Goo's Elvis, Opera singer, Helga, crazy clown, Bonker, and so on. »
3 items from 2015
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