Original Xbox Backward Compatibility Games Allegedly Leaked
If you’re looking forward to Backward Compatibility for Original Xbox Games a new list has surfaced via Twitter that suggests a list of old favorites will be heading to the Xbox One. Twitter user @h0x0d uploaded an image with twelve games that are allegedly heading to the console.
The list includes Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time, Dead to Rights, Fuzion Frenzy, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, Crimson Skies, Psychonauts, Red Faction II, Grabbed by the Ghoulies, Bloodrayne, Pirates, Ninja Gaiden Black, and The King of Fighters.
While list of titles has not been confirmed by Microsoft a number of these games have begun to appear on the Xbox Marketplace. Those that have include: The King of Fighters, Dead to Rights, Red Faction, Crimson Skies, and Fuzion Frenzy.
Of these games in the unconfirmed list, there are a couple that have been confirmed by Microsoft. Crimson Skies and Fuzion Frenzy have already been confirmed by Microsoft to be arriving via Backward Compatibility, the ones that have not shown up in Game Hubs or the marketplace should probably still be taken with a grain of salt until they’ve been officially confirmed as to not get any hopes up (ahem Ninja Gaiden Black).
So when will Original Xbox games rollout to the Backward Compatibility feature for Xbox One? A few months back Phil Spencer said that they’d start to arrive later this year and that the games would see enhancements as well.
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