Lost Odyssey, a fan-favorite RPG from the creator of Final Fantasy, is now Xbox One backwards compatible.
Backwards Compatability headlines
Xbox One fans can play a few more titles from their collections without having to change the input on the telly.
Sony’s patented an Emotion Engine emulation system for PS3’s Cell processor. Meaning? That PS3 could play PS2 games without any hardware changes, in theory. Get details and diagrams from SiliconEra. What? PS3 price cut, Firmware 3.0, PS3Slim and PS2 emulation all before the end of the year? What’s that? Thanks Robo_1 and Blerk.
According to this and numerous other reports, a Sony PR rep has seemingly confirmed that the upcoming MGS4 bundle announced last night by SCEA will feature limited PS2 backwards compatability. “Yes, similar to the Motorstorm bundle, the new MGS4 bundle features an 80GB PS3 with some PS2 backwards compatibility,” said the spokesperson. There’s no news […]