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Although the Xbox One can now play a small amount of 360 games (with more being added to support over time), the 360 cannot play Xbox One games. There wouldn't be much point to upgrading consoles if the old out of date hardware can play the new games now would there?
Looks like it's pretty smooth on 360: Digital Foundry This time we have the talented bunch at Nixxes taking point on the Xbox 360 port and the results are remarkable. This is the same game that we enjoyed on Xbox One with nips and tucks made in all of the expected places. It lacks much of the visual panache of the next-gen version, but it's still an ...
Short version: Will my progress on my 360 transfer over to the One? Yes, via the Cloud Will my achievements transfer over? Yes If so will the achievements look any different? No Taken from the official FAQ: Will I need to re-earn my Xbox 360 game achievements on Xbox One? No. If you earned an achievement on Xbox 360, ...
This message only applies to games on demand. You must be signed in to Xbox Live to be able to play these games. If you get disconnected from the internet, like you did when you turned off your router, then this countdown is displayed and you will be signed out of Xbox Live. It is looking for a license for the game, since you're disconnected from the ...
You can only purchase titles that are backwards compatible through the xbox.com website or via an Xbox 360 console. For example, if you are an Xbox Live Gold member, you can go to xbox.com/discounts and "purchase" the free monthly Xbox 360 games. As soon as you purchase those games on the website, you can go to your "Games and Apps" section on your Xbox ...
Not at all. Minecraft: Console Edition and Minecraft: Pocket Edition are, as far as the programming concerns, completely different games and are built on different platforms and architectures. Not only that, but the Pocket Edition of Minecraft has much less features than the Console Edition. It's just not possible.
You can't "make room" because there isn't enough room on the disk to store it. You can however buy an external hard drive. An external hard drive is an additional disk drive that you buy and connect to your Xbox. This allows the Xbox to store data on the disk and therefore increases its storage capacity. However, provided you don't install the game onto your ...
Backwards compatibility doesn't mean your titles will upgrade to the next gen version (like Call of Duty, Destiny, sports games, etc.). The Xbox One will run the 360 version, if it supports it(not certain if FH2 is back compat as it has its own console version).
Piercing damage is used to negate armor on enemies so it is particularly strong on any high armor targets but on enemies with no armor it seems like a waste. Elemental damage has different effect for each element. Overall I think elemental damage is more useful than piercing. Ice seems to be a strong choice. Here are a list of elemental damages in ...
No, not only does no video game console ever made support HDMI Ethernet Channel, as near I can tell no consumer device of any sort supports it. It's a essentially stillborn part of the HDMI specification. It doesn't look like it will ever see a practical implementation.
This answer comes from a similar issue with the Xbox Slim. I have similar issues with my own Xbox from time to time. I hear shock sounds, and the Xbox will not start. I look over, and the power brick displays an orange light. To fix this issue, I literally just unplug the power brick from its detachable cable, and re-connect it. Ensure that the two are ...
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