Many gamers have taken part in Microsoft’s backwards compatibility efforts with the Xbox One. Today during their E3 conference Microsoft announced efforts to bring games from the original Xbox on to current generation Xbox consoles. The new efforts in backwards compatibility are slated to launch later this year with the only currently announced title being Crimson Skies. Microsoft also gave some interesting and carefully worded statistics about the backwards compatibility program. One of the more notable stats was the fact that three hundred and eighty-five games have been given the backwards compatibility treatment. It’s going to be interesting to see what other games get added to that list later this year.

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I started gaming when I was seven years old. I started my own game studio when I was twelve, went to school for game design. Now I work here and also on my own YouTube channel