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Finally, I found a good repack from Nelex, which runs under new systems. I has videos cut, but at least it works.


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There are other things you can try: Redeem the code online (and not via the Xbox): https://account.xbox.com/en-US/paymentandbilling/redeemcode (also, try changing the "en-US" to the Georgia region equivalent) Create a new account that is set to Georgia, and again attempt to redeem the code Create a new account that is set to US, and again attempt to ...


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Red Dead Redemption is not region locked, as detailed in this Rockstar region-compatibility support page. One of the reasons you may have initially encountered issues purchasing the game the other week, is that there was a server-side issue preventing people from purchasing Red Dead Redemption around the time you posted this question. As for your inability ...


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As stated above, DLC is supported by backwards compatability. However, you still need to have access to the actual DLC. Simply playing a 360 game through an Xbox One does not allow you to access the DLC. You need to have digital ownership of the DLC through the Xbox Store, or have the DLC included on the game disc. Games like Rare Replay and general Game ...


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Yes, the Xbox One backward compatibility feature supports DLC. Taken from Major Nelson's blog: Q: Will the DLC for backward compatible titles be available too? A: Yes. If you own the DLC, you can install and use it just like you do on the Xbox 360. To install DLC you own, go to the Manage Game section for that specific title and install the DLC to ...



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