Has The First Wave of Original Xbox Backwards Compatible Games Leaked

A renown Microsoft leaker h0x0d (who also leaked the Surface Laptop ahead of the official reveal) shared on Twitter an image with the covers of the first wave of original Xbox backwards compatible titles.

The games are as follows:

Bioware’s Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic
Team NINJA’s Ninja Gaiden Black
Volition’s Red Faction II
Ubisoft’s Prince of Persia: Sands of Time
Rare’s Grabbed by the Ghoulies
Double Fine’s Psychonauts
Namco’s Dead to Rights
Zipper’s Crimson Skies
Blitz Games’ Fuzion Frenzy
Firaxis’ Sid Meier’s Pirates!
Terminal Reality’s BloodRayne
SNK’s The King of Fighters Neowave

IF this turns out to be a legit leak, there is excitement to be had. Some of these games are incredible (Im looking at you Crimson Skies) and we cannot wait to hear the official word from Microsoft.

Looks good so far!


XBOX One X Will Cost $499

During today’s Microsoft E3 2017 press conference, it was revealed that the XBOX One X, Microsoft’s newest addition to the XBOX family will retail for $499. The new home console will be the most powerful system to date and packs true 4K gameplay, movie playback and many other nifty features. The system will be fully compatible with all XBOX One accessories and games and comes in a small, sexy box.

Microsoft showcased over 40 titles during the show and we were overall pretty impressed with the show. It will be interesting to see how the system launches this November.

What are your feelings on the XBOX One X? You certainly have our attention Microsoft.

Project Scorpio Now Called XBOX One X

During today’s Microsoft E3 2017 press conference, the official name was revealed for the upcoming home console from the company and it’s called XBOX One X. The system, which launches this November, is the most powerful home console AND the smallest XBOX yet. It was presented pretty sweet and kicked off things for Microsoft right from the beginning. An all new Forza was shown during the big reveal as well.

XBOX One X will release on November 7th. More news as it develops.