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Gladius is one of those great turn-based strategy games that I like to go back to once in a while. But now that my old PS2 is packed away, it's not so easy. If I pick up a copy for the original XBox, will it work in my 360?

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I searched and couldn't find more info than "No" without any source, so unless someone tried it and can answer, I don't know if there's an official answer. –  jmfsg Jul 10 '10 at 23:29

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According to the official website, unfortunately it isn't compatible with the XBox 360 yet. It is uncertain whether and when it ever will be.

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Ah, that was the source I was missing –  jmfsg Jul 11 '10 at 0:03
    
Since the last time that list was updated was apparently November 2007, I'm guessing they're not bothering to work on compatibility any more to add any more games to it. Sad. –  Beska Jul 11 '10 at 12:51
    
I believe Microsoft said several years ago they were done updating the Xbox emulator on the Xbox 360. If it wasn't on the last list, it wasn't ever going to make it. –  CyberSkull Nov 10 '11 at 16:45

I recently bought Gladius thinking I could play it on the 360, but it says no and that there could be an update that would allow this, but I checked and there isn't. So unfortunately you can't play Gladius on the 360.

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I bought Gladius for the XBox and I've tried everything - even undoing all system updates and playing it then - but alas no luck, it appears that you cannot play Gladius on the 360.

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That has been established 2 years ago. –  kotekzot Jun 20 '12 at 7:24

You can't play Gladius on your Xbox 360 unless Microsoft decides to release a remake for Xbox 360.

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