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How To Transfer Xbox 360 Saves to Xbox One

The belated introduction of backwards compatibility to the Xbox One won’t just allow you to play Xbox 360 games on Microsoft’s newer console. It’ll allow you to use your old save files, too.

To get that feature to work, you’ll have to transfer your 360 saves to the cloud. It’s easy, so long as so you still have access… » 8/05/15 12:22pm 8/05/15 12:22pm

We Asked Publishers Which 360 Games They'll Make Playable On Xbox One

Microsoft announced Xbox One was getting Xbox 360 backwards compatibility at E3 this year, a feature everyone but Nintendo moved away from this hardware generation. We haven’t heard much since, so we decided to ask a bunch of game publishers about some of their biggest games. » 7/08/15 4:54pm 7/08/15 4:54pm

Doing It Wrong: The Xbox One and PS4 Aren't the Consoles We Need

As E3 closes up shop for the year, we finally have a moment to reflect on a week of gorging ourselves on news about the continuing console war between Microsoft and Sony (and, uh, Nintendo). It's all very new and exciting news about the next half-decade of gaming, but in a lot of ways, it feels like the same old fight… » 6/14/13 2:44pm 6/14/13 2:44pm

PS3 Digs Itself a Deeper Grave, Requires Adapter for Backwards Compatibility

In the biggest twist of the year, including last year, Sony has made another bad decision regarding the PlayStation 3. Claims have been running rampant that this console would be able to play both PS2 and PSOne games—it still will be able to, but require an additional adapter that will likely cost a kidney or two.
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