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3 more R* Games titles to become Backwards Compatible on Xbox One.

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DJGM    302

Rockstar Games has announced 3 of their older games are to be added to the Backward Compatibility list on Xbox One from 7th June.

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A distinguished trio of Rockstar Xbox 360 titles are coming to the Xbox One Backward Compatibility catalog next week on Thursday, June 7th:

the west coast GTA classic Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, the breakneck high-speed racing Midnight Club: Los Angeles and the fast

and fluid competition of Rockstar Games presents Table Tennis.

San Andreas, Midnight Club: LA and Table Tennis Coming to Xbox One Backward Compatibility

 

GTA:SA and Midnight Club LA can now be crossed of my Most Wanted list of older games to become playable on my XB1.



(Awaiting the "Where's Puzzle Fighter HD?" question/comment!)

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Tidosho    645

Where's Puzzle Fighter? Ha! Seriously I hope they fix the awful bugs in the enhanced version now it's BC. The longer the game is left running the worse the thing runs, until it freezes or crashes out to dash on 360. Nice move though, and as CJ says when fat, "I like to share, too, thankyou!"

 

Still such a massive backlog to get through. The curse of gaming, game discount sales, and being an IT/electronics repair/family guy don't mix. Spare time really isn't a thing....

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Vandalsquad    504

Impressive... 3 & VC with X1X treatment please.

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George P    5,262

Everytime they add a big name title people asked for to BC then another title will pop up that everyone wants.  I don't think they'll manage to add most of the 360 games to BC, but even if you just get around 30%-40% of the top games on BC that'd be huge.   Specially if the BC keeps going forward into the next Xbox in 2020/2021.

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