Backwards compatibility
I wouldn't have thought so, not without one of these or something similar: https://www.amazon.co.uk/TK9K-SCART-TO-H...B0037C9NHO
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Fair enough, there's a few for £20ish on amazon. Not really for me anyway, said dad could have my old One as a bluray player but he won't give up his old fat back tv lol (which looks ok actually for tv but garbage on the 360).
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Ghost Recon: Future Soldier is amongst the latest additions - maybe we’ll play co-op yet, Rodent!
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Phew for a min I thought I'd sold it but it was just hiding on another dvd tower lol.

But hurrah, only four years late! xD
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Lotta good stuff in here, and I still own a bunch of these (maybe one day I'll actually finish Morrowind)
https://www.theverge.com/2018/4/10/17220...-list-2018
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I don’t own any original Xbox games anymore, so whether I revisit some old favourites and play some stuff I missed the first time around will depend on how much digital copies cost. I’m expecting them to be overpriced, though.
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I wouldn't mind giving some of the Star Wars games a try, especially the original Battlefronts.
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Jade Empire! Hopefully hasnt aged too badly as loved this when originally released.
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(04-11-2018, 08:17 AM)Slam Shot Sam Wrote: I don’t own any original Xbox games anymore, so whether I revisit some old favourites and play some stuff I missed the first time around will depend on how much digital copies cost. I’m expecting them to be overpriced, though.

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic was around a tenner, which isn't bad. It ran like a dog but that's expected from such an old game.

(04-12-2018, 06:20 PM)PTC l1am Wrote: I wouldn't mind giving some of the Star Wars games a try, especially the original Battlefronts.

I'd probably give them a go and I'm definitely interested in KOTOR 2. I would recommend the first one if you haven't played it.
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Dragon Age 2 now playable on the One. So much better than I remember!
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