I spent about on four different XBox games (both used and new), after reading online that 95% of XBox games are compatible with XBox360, INCLUDING reading this on the official Microsoft XBox360 site. So now I have worth of XBox games I can't play on the 360 console.I bought the 20GB Hard Drive, then the Data Transfer Connector, everything good to go, right? I can get a used XBox from with shipping for total.The Xbox One will then download a ported version of that game from Microsoft’s servers and make it available on your console alongside your other installed games.If you have a digital copy of the game, you can download it from Microsoft’s servers like you’d download any other digital Xbox One game.We've added a bunch of ideas that you can now vote on both in the Feature Area forum and in the Clubs & LFG category of the New Ideas forum!Go to the new Clubs & LFG forum and vote for your favorite ideas! Like all game consoles, there are occasional updates to add new features such as social networking tools like Facebook, Twitter, etc or the ability to play different types of files.
This lets you rent PS3 titles and stream them to your PS4 along with select Sony Bravia Smart TVs and Sony Blu-ray players. Two-day rentals on Play Station Now start at £2.99, with the majority of high-profile titles actually costing a steep £4.99 to rent for two-days going up to £7.99 for a 30-day rental period.The Xbox One isn’t normally capable of playing Xbox 360 games.Instead, Microsoft created an emulator that simulates the Xbox 360’s hardware and software. It’s similar to how the “virtual console” games work on Nintendo’s Wii U and Wii, or how you’d run old console games in emulators on a PC. If you have an Xbox 360 game that’s compatible with your Xbox One, you can insert it into your Xbox One’s disc drive.So if you haven't played a game for a couple months you won't need to wait for an update.There should also be an option to off auto update for games and apps.