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5 hours ago, 5R7 said:

dude...its not X enhanced...it just looks like that

Not on a 360 it doesn't - sure, with X enhanced titles the difference is night and day, but even with normal 360 BC titles the v-synced image, improved performance, and added 16xAF makes for a much nicer image. 

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Duke Nukem Forever before Tenchu? Really? There isn't a seanr.gif big enough

53 minutes ago, Fargo said:

Someday I’ll open this thread after it’s been bumped to see that Code Veronica, and Tenchu!,  have been added to BC. 

I'll be starting a new, dedicated, and highly informative thread when Tenchu arrives on BC.

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I liked Duke Nukem Forever. It's very patchy and the alien ship level is badly, badly misjudged but I enjoyed most of the single player mode. I was a bit bewildered when people went hysterical over it- some guy returned it to me for a refund in HMV a week after launch and went on a rant about how terrible he thought it was, before some gentle questioning revealed that he'd barely played it. :lol:

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On 30/11/2018 at 11:28, K said:

The fact that not a single Need for Speed game has been made backwards compatible makes me think Hot Pursuit is unlikely to arrive. Loads of EA's other games from that period have been added - all the Dead Space games, Mirror's Edge, MoH: Airborne, all the Mass Effect games, Skate 3, Burnout Paradise, etc - which makes me think there must be some reason why the NFS games aren't coming. Probably licensing. 

They have a bunch of them free on Origin Access on the PC, but no Hot Pursuit, but I own that so it doesn't matter :D

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39 minutes ago, Fry Crayola said:

I've played all of it.

 

It's fucking awful.

 

Each to their own. The visceral level of hate it commands is still disproportionate to the experience. Negative hype, I suppose. For some reason I've found that saying I enjoyed playing it really provokes some people into shitting all over it as loudly as possible.

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33 minutes ago, dumpster said:

Just discovered today how incredibly smooth EDF2017 is when played on the Xbox One. Even on the standard console it plays like a different game. Phenomenal! 

Glorious isn't it :D That's why I always hope for older games to come to Xbox BC rather than getting a proper remaster - often the results are far more impressive on Xbox BC! 

 

Still hoping for Tenchu every time I see this thread bumped :(

 

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1 hour ago, Mr. Gerbik said:

At some point they'll run out of games that aren't Tenchu. 

 

Number of games released on the 360 - 1010 according to this wiki link

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Xbox_360_games

 

Number of games currently backwards compatible

 

533

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_backward_compatible_games_for_Xbox_One

 

Got a way to go yet...

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26 minutes ago, dreamylittledream said:

 

 

Number of games released on the 360 - 1010 according to this wiki link

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Xbox_360_games

 

Number of games currently backwards compatible

 

533

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_backward_compatible_games_for_Xbox_One

 

Got a way to go yet...

I read somewhere it was over 2,000. Maybe that includes region exclusive stuff?

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