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Xbox Cloud Gaming: Added new Xbox 360 titles via backward compatibility

While Sony and PlayStation close the stores of their old platforms, Microsoft and Xbox seem willing to invest in videogame preservation through their subscription services. The green team has in fact announced the arrival of ...
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Sony has released a new patent on Backward Compatibility via Emulation

After the first rumors about the possible closure of the PS Stores of PS3, PSP and PS Vita, a new patent published by Sony gives hope to fans of retrogaming on the PlayStation platform. In the patent visible inside the ...

The Last Guardian at 60 fps on PlayStation 5 only for owners of the ...

At a time like this close to the new generation of consoles, the curious and unlikely news seem to multiply. The Last Guardian will be able to reach the coveted 60fps on PlayStation 5, but only if ...

PT will not be playable on PlayStation 5

We are now used to sensational about-turns in recent days. PT, despite the rumors and information arising through Polygon, it seems it will not be playable on PlayStation 5. There is no peace for the famous version ...
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Xbox Series X, backward compatibility will also apply to Xbox and Xbox 360 titles ...

In the past few hours Jason Ronald, Senior Software Engineer at Microsoft, announced that backward compatibility on Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S will work from launch not only for the catalog ...

PS5, Jim Ryan confirms backward compatibility only with PS4

Sony Interactive Entertainment CEO Jim Ryan spoke about PS5 backwards compatibility in an interview with Japanese newspaper Famitsu, confirming that the new Playstation will support 99% of the titles released for PS4 ...

Xbox Series S will support the One S version of backward compatible titles

In the past few hours, on the net, the question about what the Xbox Series S capabilities would have been in backward compatibility. Everything arose from an analysis by Digital Foundry which hypothesized how the new ...

Xbox Series X, Microsoft corrects the backward compatibility shot

After the cumbersome controversy over the backward compatibility of the PlayStation 5, even Microsoft seems to want to correct the pitch on the issue with its Xbox Series X. Until now, the official statements made by the press office of the company ...
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PlayStation 5, Sony clarifies the backward compatibility issue

Hideaki Nishino of Sony's Platform Planning & Management division clarified the situation regarding the backward compatibility of PlayStation 5.
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Xbox Series X backward compatibility will apply to all Xbox One titles

In the past few hours, Microsoft, through its official Twitter profile, wanted to make it clear how the backward compatibility between Xbox One and Xbox Series X works. In fact, Mark Cerny in the PlayStation 5 technical reveal ...

Playstation 5 - Patent explains backward compatibility

Sony's focus on Playstation 5 backward compatibility is for the older software to work optimally on the new hardware, but at the same time the company is investigating new ways through which ...

Xbox One makes 13

No, Microsoft did not win the ticket, but they are simply the number of games of the first Xbox that from tomorrow (24/10/17) will be backwards compatible on Xbox One. The list contains 13 games, which ...
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Spencer: "Fundamental backward compatibility in video games"

Phil Spencer, Xbox boss, was recently interviewed by Wired about the release of the brand new Xbox One X. Speaking of the console, he paused to recall one of the values ​​that since the Xbox 360 has ...

Mario Golf: Super Rush - New trailer released

Mario Golf: Super Rush is in the home straight. The new chapter of the sports series dedicated to the mustachioed plumber will arrive on Nintendo Switch on June 25, 2021 ....

Sony has patented its "e-sports betting" platform

In 2019 Sony registered a particular patent that illustrates the vision of the Japanese company linked to a particular phenomenon in the world of exports: betting. Second...

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