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Xbox thinks about forward compatibility as it develops games for the future

"Not only do we want these games to be playable, we want them to be playable in more places and better than ever before"

‘Cricket 22’ catches last-minute delay due to sex scandal

'Cricket 22' was delayed just days before launch

Microsoft shares letter from when it tried to buy Nintendo

Microtendo... Ninsoft... yeah this just wouldn't have worked

Ex-Nintendo president says “the industry is better because of the Xbox”

Reggie Fils-Aimé also got an Xbox before a GameCube

The best Xbox Game Pass games you can play today

Here's what we think are the 12 best games on the Xbox Game Pass service

‘1 vs 100’ could return: One Xbox 360 winner reminisces

Becs Elnaugh on winning, troll DMs, and never getting that promised free copy of 'Peggle'

The head of Xbox wants better game preservation

It’s a topic that’s been hot for a long time now, and with more and more people downloading games digitally than ever before, the question often comes up: what happens to games when servers get turned off, or new consoles come out and don’t run the older games? Phil Spencer and Xbox has been pushing backwards compatibility for a while now, and speaking to Axios.com Spencer has had some pretty bold statements to make about the situation.
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