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Jun 15

Y lo que nadie esperaba sucedió: Xbox One reproducirá juegos de Xbox 360

Xbox 360 y Xbox One

Desde que Xbox One llegó al mercado muchos han deseado poder utilizar sus juegos de Xbox 360 en ella. Es normal, la anterior máquina de Microsoft cuenta con un inmenso catálogo de juegos y el depender del viejo hardware es un engorro para quienes no tienen sitio o ganas de conectar dos consolas a la vez. Phil Spencer ha revolucionado a todo el E3 al anunciar que Xbox One reproducirá juegos de Xbox 360 y sin trampa ni cartón: Si se compraron juegos digitales se podrán descargar totalmente gratis en Xbox One, y si se posee el disco bastará con meterlo en la consola para jugar.

No serán todos los juegos retrocompatibles inicialmente pero si 100 de aquí a finales de año y desde hoy mismo se podrá probar por parte de los usuarios Preview de XBox One. Durante la conferencia se mostró Mass Effect funcionando y el juego mantiene un aspecto idéntico a como se jugaba en Xbox 360, pero además mejorará con las ventajas propias de la nueva consola permitiendo retransmitir las partidas por Twitch o capturar vídeo o pantallas. Todo un lujo y un detalle que muchos agradecemos. Muy bien Microsoft, muy bien.

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  1. Wesker

    Lista incial de juegos:

    Banjo Kazooie: N n B
    Banjo-Kazooie
    Banjo-Tooie
    BattleBlock Theater
    Defense Grid
    Geometry Wars Evolved
    Hexic HD
    Jetpac Refuelled
    Kameo
    Mass Effect
    Perfect Dark
    Perfect Dark Zero
    Small Arms
    Super Meat Boy
    Toy Soldiers
    Toy Soldiers: Cold War
    Viva Piñata
    Viva Piñata: TIP

    Notición total por mi parte :D

  2. Wesker

    Más información:

    XBOX ONE BACKWARD COMPATIBILITY – FAQ

    Q: How do I play an Xbox 360 game on my Xbox One?

    A: You must own a supported Xbox 360 title. (For a list of supported titles, see below) If you have a supported digital version of the game, you can install the game from the “Ready to Install” section of My games & apps. If you have a disk version of the game, you can simply insert the disk into your Xbox One console.

    Q: Where is Borderlands? You showed it, but I don’t see it in Preview.

    A: We are continuing to finalize all the necessary packaging and validation work with our partners to bring your favorite games to the program as soon as possible. While not part of the Preview launch, stay tuned to find out when Borderlands will be available through Xbox One Backward Compatibility.

    Q: What about my other Xbox 360 games?

    A: We are continuing to add more titles. Not all titles will be supported but check back and see if your titles have been added to the list. Or go to Xbox Feedback to suggest your favorites.

    Q: Do I need to also own an Xbox 360 Console to play these games?

    A: No, you do not need to own an Xbox 360 console.

    Q: Can I buy these games from the Xbox One store?

    A: If you want to purchase these games, you can buy them digitally from the store on your Xbox 360 console, on xbox.com (search for titles in Xbox 360 games) or from your local retailer.

    Q: How do I get to the Xbox 360 Guide on my Xbox One?

    A: While playing your Xbox 360 game on Xbox One, you can access the Xbox 360 Guide by pressing the Menu and View buttons on your Xbox One controller at the same time. (Note: some games have additional functionality when pressing either the Menu or the View button individually. Be mindful there may be unexpected behavior if you press one button prior to the other. Check the Game Specific Issues in the Known Issues for workarounds in specific titles.)

    Q: Can I continue a game that I started on my Xbox 360?

    A: If you have saved your games to the cloud from an Xbox 360, you will be able to continue that game on the Xbox One. Some titles do not support cloud storage. In those cases, game saves will not be recovered on the Xbox One. Please refer to the list below to see which titles do not support cloud storage. For help on saving your games to the cloud from your Xbox 360 console, check the following articles:

    Setting up cloud storage on 360: http://support.xbox.com/en-US/xbox-3…oud-save-games

    Troubleshooting: http://support.xbox.com/en-US/xbox-3…e-troubleshoot

    FAQ: http://support.xbox.com/en-US/xbox-3…-the-cloud-faq

    Q: I saved my game on Xbox One but don’t see the saved game on my Xbox 360. What happened to my game?

    A: Xbox 360 game saves are uploaded after you quit the game on Xbox One. You must quit it from Home or launch another non-backward compatible game in order for the save to be uploaded. If you turn off your console, it will be uploaded when you turn it back on.

    Q: Can I play multiplayer with friends who are playing the game on Xbox 360 or Xbox One?

    A: Yes! For games that have multiplayer, you will be able to play with others who own the title on Xbox 360. For Xbox One users, only members of the Public Preview audience who own the game will be able to play with you during this beta.

    Q: Will I need to earn my game achievements again on the Xbox One?

    A: No, if you originally earned the game achievement on the Xbox 360 you will not get duplicate achievements nor lose your previous achievements.

    Known issues:

    Game Saves

    Save your Xbox 360 games on Xbox One often! If you leave the game (i.e. launch a full screen app or another game) you could potentially lose any unsaved progress.

    Creating Parties and Chatting

    When engaging with Xbox 360 users or other users of Xbox One playing Xbox 360 games, use the Party and Chat functions on the Xbox 360 Guide (press Menu and View buttons to bring up the menu and select Party or Chat).

    Navigation with multiple controllers

    If there is more than one controller connected to your Xbox One, only one controller can be used for navigating the Xbox 360 Guide.

    Home Screen Tile performance

    Playing an Xbox 360 game inside the large tile of the Xbox One Home screen can cause audio and visual performance degradation. Play games in full screen mode to avoid this.

    In-game issues (for all games)

    Rich presence says “Home” instead of something game specific.
    The ESRB splash screen or disclaimer text does not show at the beginning of games.
    After the Xbox 360 boot animation renders, the game sometimes takes a few seconds to load, just be patient.

    Game Specific Issues

    A Kingdom for Keflings: May not use correct avatar when playing offline.
    Defense Grid: Pressing the View button will reset the level if pressed during gameplay. If you are trying to call up the Xbox 360 guide it is recommended that you first press and hold the Menu button then press View to avoid resetting the level.
    Geometry Wars Evolved: It is possible to start a game before the Xbox Live sign-in completes, and when it does it will return you back to the game’s main menu.
    Hexic: Corners of locked tiles in Survival mode are not rendering correctly.
    Kameo: If you receive the error “problem with the disc you are using”, it is the game’s generic error, it is likely not an issue with the disc.
    Mass Effect: Framerate degradations in 360 version may manifest slightly differently in Backward Compatibility version.
    Perfect Dark Zero: Framerate degradations in 360 version may manifest slightly differently in the Backward Compatibility version.
    Perfect Dark Zero: Ranked multi-player is not yet supported in Backward Compatibility.
    Perfect Dark: Co-operative multi-player between 360 and Backward Compatibility is not yet supported.
    Super Meat Boy: There is a pre-existing bug from Xbox 360 where controller input doesn’t behave correctly with controller 2.
    Toy Soldiers: Online multi-player may sometimes get out of sync.
    Toy Soldiers Cold War: Existing framerate degradations in 360 version may manifest slightly differently in Backward Compatibility version.
    Zuma: There is a pre-existing bug from Xbox 360 where achievements that should be earned, are not always earned.
    Zuma: Some users are not getting achievements. To make achievements work for a specific user (“User X”) you can perform the following workaround. This will require 2 user accounts (“User X” and “User Y”:
    o Sign in “User X” and “User Y” into Xbox One.
    o Choose “User Y” and start Zuma
    o Proceed past the “Press A” to the main menu.
    o Ensure that you have seen “User Y signed into Xbox LIVE” notification.
    o Bring up the Xbox 360 Guide by pressing Menu and View buttons at the same time.
    o Sign out “User Y”
    o Sign in “User X”

    Current Xbox 360 titles that are playable on Xbox One:

    A Kingdom of Keflings

    A World of Keflings

    Alien Hominid HD

    Banjo Kazooie

    Banjo Tooie

    BattleBlock Theater

    Defense Grid

    Geometry Wars Evolved

    Hexic HD

    Jetpac Refuelled

    Kameo

    Mass Effect

    N+

    Perfect Dark

    Perfect Dark Zero

    Super Meat Boy*

    Toy Soldiers: Cold War

    Toy Soldiers

    Viva Piñata

    Viva Piñata: Trouble in Paradise

    Zuma

    *Cloud saved games are not supported for this title

  3. roberts_2

    Suena al mismo sistema tal y como 360 emulaba a la original xbox, afortunadamente ahora no tienen a nvidia cobrando por cada juego emulado y pueden ir ampliando la lista como deseen XD

  4. Wesker

    Es una pasada ya no solo para los usuarios. Es que técnicamente que emulen XBox 360 en la One es toda una proeza del software :D

  5. Vorador

    Sí, parece que eso facilitará la tarea.

    Y Sony mientras tanto no nos ofrece ni retrocompatibilidad con PS2 ;(, estas cosas me mosquean mucho, como las actualizaciones mensuales del OS de Xbox One, me gustaría que Sony diese a sus usuarios un trato así.

  6. Wesker

    Sony a ver que presenta, porque estan un poco relajados ultimamente. Ni actualizaciones, ni Vita, ni juegos propios… yo creo que hoy habrá grandes cosas, pero sino me sentiré decepcionado.

  7. Wesker

    Por cierto, ya se puede votar en xbox.uservoice.com por los juegos que queréis que habiliten:

    http://xbox.uservoice.com/forums/298503 … ilters/top

  8. BloodyJedah

    Tengo una duda, en algún momento de hype no me pillé si el control de 360 será compatible, por lo menos como segundo mando, ¿alguien tiene información.? :?

  9. Rodrigo

    Lo del control ni idea… pero no tiene pinta.

    Sobre la noticia, a mí también me parece un notición, pero también me resulta enormemente curuioso estar celebrando un supuesto notición que en realidad ya debería haber venido de serie con la consola…

    Espero que no hagan como nintendo con la eShop y los juegos retrocompatibles vayan a razón de varios cientos añadidos cada año.

  10. Wesker

    No, han dicho que añadirán centenares de juegos cada mes

  11. Wesker

    Más detalles sobre todo esto, aunque en inglés:

    Q: What is Xbox One Backward Compatibility and how does it work?

    A: Xbox One Backward Compatibility is an Xbox 360 emulator that runs on Xbox One and is used to play Xbox 360 games.

    Q: When will it be available?

    A: The Xbox One Backward Compatibility Beta is available starting June 15 for Xbox preview members. The program will launch broadly in fall 2015.

    Q: Does it cost anything to use the backward compatibility feature?

    A: No. Xbox One Backward Compatibility was one of the top most requested features from our fans, so we wanted you to be able to play select Xbox 360 games you own and love, at no additional cost.

    Q: If it’s actually emulation, why are you calling it backward compatibility?

    A: We call it backward compatibility because gamers can play select Xbox 360 games on the Xbox One. However, referring to this functionality as an emulator is more accurate from a technology perspective since the Xbox One is not technically reading and playing the Xbox 360 game off of a disc. What we did was essentially built a virtual Xbox 360 console, or emulator, entirely in software. So when you launch a game via Xbox One Backward Compatibility, you’ll see that the game first starts up a virtual Xbox 360 console, then launches the title. The work is ongoing as each title requires individual engineering work to enable that virtual console capability, but we’re committed to continually rolling out new titles each month.

    Q: Previously, you said back compat wasn’t possible on Xbox One. How is it possible now?

    A: Backward compatibility is something that we’ve wanted to do for a long time. We were inspired by our fans, and thanks to the dedication and determination of a group of brilliant engineers in our platform team who developed Xbox One Backward Compatibility, we brought the top requested feature to life.

    Q: I sold all of my Xbox 360 discs after Marc Whitten stated in The Verge that back compat wasn’t possible. Do you have a make-good for all of your fans who already sold off their 360 games?

    A: Backward compatibility is something that we’ve wanted to do for a long time. We were inspired by our fans and we were dedicated to finding a solution. And what we did was essentially built a virtual Xbox 360 console, or emulator, entirely in software. Both digital and disc-based titles are available on Xbox One Backward Compatibility, so there are a lot of fan-favorite game options available.

    Q: How many titles will be available at launch?

    A: Our goal is to give you access to the largest game catalog ever on one console. With new games added to the roster every month, you can play both generations of games on one console and experience the greatest games lineup in Xbox history — exclusively on Xbox One. We’ll have over 100 titles this holiday, with hundreds more added in the months to come. We look forward to sharing more games and details closer to launch.

    Q: How many titles will be available during the preview? Which titles?

    A: An initial set of backward compatible titles are available today for all Xbox One preview program members. It will be available for everyone this holiday. We look forward to sharing more games and details closer to launch.

    Q: How many titles will be added per month?

    A: It will vary. We will continue to release new titles on a regular basis which will result in a substantial catalog over time. We’ll have over 100 titles this holiday, with hundreds more added in the months to come.

    Q: Will all Xbox 360 titles be available for Xbox One Backward Compatibility in the future?

    A: Our goal is to deliver as many Xbox 360 titles to our fans and continue to release new titles on a regular basis and create a substantial catalog over time.

    Due to technical limitations, some titles will not be able to be included. Namely:

    · Xbox 360 titles that require incompatible Xbox 360 accessories or require Xbox 360 Kinect

    · Any XNA framework-enabled games

    Q: How did you decide which titles to offer? Will you add more in the future?

    A: We are starting with the highest-rated and most popular games on Xbox 360, listened to fan feedback on Xbox Feedback, and are excited to deliver as many blockbusters and fan-favorites as possible. We will continue to release new titles on a regular basis and build a substantial catalog over time. We look forward to sharing more every month.

    Q: Where is “Borderlands”? You showed it in the demo, but I don’t see it in preview.

    A: We are continuing to finalize all the necessary packaging and validation work with our partners to bring your favorite games to the program as soon as possible. While not part of the preview launch, stay tuned to find out when ”Borderlands” will be available on Xbox One Backward Compatibility.

    General Q&A

    Q: Will these Xbox 360 games look and play better on my Xbox One?

    A: We’ve done no graphic optimization for emulated content – games will run the same on Xbox One as they do on Xbox 360.

    Q: Can you play an Xbox One Backward Compatibility title on your Xbox 360 and Xbox One at the same time?

    A: For disc-based games, you can only put the physical disc in one console at a time. Users can’t play the game in two places at once. For digital games, using one Xbox Live account, you cannot be signed in to Xbox Live on an Xbox 360 and Xbox One Backward Compatibility at the same time, so you wouldn’t be able to play the game on both consoles at the same time.

    Q: What if I go back and play on my Xbox 360? Will my progress be saved and transfer to my Xbox One?

    A: If you are an Xbox Live Gold subscriber, yes, your progress will be saved in the Cloud and be available the next time you log into your Xbox 360 or Xbox One.

    Q: Will Kinect games work?

    A: No. This is software emulation not hardware emulation. As a result, Kinect v1, USBs, and Xbox 360 controllers do not work.

    Q: Why can’t I get the XX/YY achievements or Gamerscore on Xbox One?

    A: Since you’re playing on a virtual Xbox 360, you gain the Gamerscore on the Xbox 360. Your total Gamerscore and achievements will carry over and be saved to your Xbox Live Gamer Profile, as it already does when you’re playing games on Xbox 360.

    Q: How do fans get access to the Beta/Preview?

    A: The preview program is by invitation only. If your friends are already in the program, however, they can invite you by using the Invite friends page in the Xbox Preview Dashboard app.

    Q: Does Xbox One Backward Compatibility work with digital content and physical discs?

    A: Yes, we will support both digital and disc-based entitlements for Xbox 360 games running on Xbox One.

    Q: How do I play an Xbox 360 on Xbox One game from a disc/digital copy?

    A: To play supported titles you already own, simply go to My Games and Apps and download the game to your Xbox One. Or put the disc in the drive, install the game and start playing just like you do for your Xbox One games.

    Q: Do I need to put in a disk every time I want to play an Xbox 360 on Xbox One game? Or will the Xbox One save it after the first time?

    A: No. After putting in your disk the first time, your Xbox One will save the information and remember it for the next time you play. You’ll only need to put in your disk once.

    Q: Can you play a multiplayer game on your Xbox One and play with someone using an Xbox 360?

    A: Yes. You can play Xbox 360 titles on the Xbox One with Xbox 360 console owners playing the same game. Additionally, you can play with other Xbox One owners who are also playing the same Xbox 360 game using Xbox One Backward Compatibility.

    Q: Can preview users on Xbox One play a multiplayer game against Xbox 360 users not using the preview?

    A: Yes, Xbox One preview members will be able to play against Xbox 360 console owners, in addition to other Xbox One preview members.

    Q: What features will be offered in the preview?

    A: Preview members will be able to play digital 360 titles they own on Xbox One for free. Live connectivity, online multiplayer, cloud saves, party chat, game invites, messaging, and in-game chat are all supported. Additionally, you will be able to pick up the game where you left off and continue to build your Achievements score. Xbox 360 emulated titles are also able to take advantage of Xbox One platform features like Snap, Game DVR, and Twitch broadcasting.

    Q: Why is the game I am looking for not available at launch?

    A: We’re always looking to build our portfolio of games available for Xbox One Backward Compatibility and look forward to sharing more titles every month.

    Q: Do you have to be online in order to play an Xbox 360 title on your Xbox One?

    A: No. All games accessed with the Xbox 360 emulator on Xbox One can be played offline. However, you need to be connected to the Internet to initially download backward compatible titles.

    Q: Is Xbox Live Gold required?

    A: Xbox Live Gold is not required for Xbox One Backward Compatibility. However, it is required when using any standard Xbox Live Gold features.

    Q: Does Home Gold work with Xbox One Backward Compatibility?

    A: During preview, Home Console content sharing will work, but Home Gold will not. Home Gold however, is a feature we will add before the program launches in October.

    Q: How can I chat and interact with my Friends on Xbox 360?

    A: Open any Xbox 360 on Xbox One title and get access to any Xbox 360 service including Xbox Live connectivity, online multiplayer, cloud saves, party chat, game invites, messaging, and in-game chat.

    Q: When you’re inside the game, can you see both your Xbox One and Xbox 360 friends?

    A: With Xbox One Backward Compatibility, you are fully immersed into an Xbox 360 experience, allowing you to see your Xbox 360 friends, notifications and Xbox 360 titles.

    Q: Does your game progress, Achievements and saved files carry over to your Xbox One?

    A: Yes. All of that moves with you to Xbox One. Achievements and game progress saved to Xbox 360 Cloud Storage carry over and update as you play the game on your Xbox One. Xbox 360 Cloud Storage is an Xbox Live Gold feature.

    Q: Since my progress carries over, can I earn double the Gamerscore?

    A: No. The game picks up where you left off, whether you last played on an Xbox 360 or Xbox One console, so you will not be able to earn double the Gamerscore.

    Q: Why won’t Kinect titles support backward compatibility?

    A: When Xbox One launched, we completely reengineered the Kinect to take full advantage of all the Xbox One can do. Given that the Kinect sensor built for Xbox 360 has different technology, it is not compatible with Xbox One and cannot be used with Xbox 360 emulation titles.

    Q: Which markets will Xbox One Backward Compatibility be available in at launch?

    A: Xbox One Backward Compatibility is a global program. Titles will be available in all Xbox Live markets where they were originally shipped.

    Q: What happens if you put a disc in that doesn’t support backward compatibility?

    A: You will see an error message indicating that the game is not yet part of the catalog.

    Q: Will you be able to stream Xbox 360 games from your Xbox One to your Windows 10 PC?

    A: Yes. You will be able to use Xbox One Backward Compatibility to stream titles to Windows 10 PC.

    Q: How does this compare to Sony? Can’t you already play old games on PS4?

    A: While we can’t speak to Sony’s offering of games, we can tell you that with Xbox One Backward Compatibility, you can play Xbox 360 titles against Xbox 360 and Xbox One console owners. You are fully immersed in an Xbox 360 experience that allows you to pick up the game where you left off, save to the cloud, build you Achievements score and chat with friends. We’re very excited to offer a variety of titles at launch and announce more titles every month in order to quickly build an extensive catalog of great games.

    Q: Can you use Xbox One platform features like Snap with Xbox One Backward Compatibility?

    A: Yes. You’re able to use platform features like Snap and Game DVR. For the first time, you can capture epic moments of gameplay from an Xbox 360 title and share it with all of your friends. You can also do two things at once by Snapping an app to the right side of your screen while you play an Xbox 360 title.

    Q: Can I purchase Xbox 360 titles through the Xbox One Store?

    A: Xbox One Backward Compatibility titles are already integrated into the Xbox One marketplace alongside Xbox One titles. They are searchable and available for download, but will not be available to purchase directly through the Xbox One Store at launch.

    Q: Why does it take me back to the Xbox One dashboard when I try to open the Xbox 360 menu?

    A: Because the Nexus button has dedicated functionality on the Xbox One that differs from the Xbox 360 behavior, we needed to add a separate capability to simulate launching the 360 Guide on an Xbox One. Just press the Menu and View buttons on the Xbox One controller to duplicate the 360 Nexus press.

  12. Wesker

    Se rumorea que la siguiente actualización podría incluir estos juegos:

    Halo Reach
    Halo 3
    Halo 3 ODST
    Halo Wars
    Fable II
    Borderlands
    Gears of War
    Gears of War 2
    Alan Wake
    Shadow Complex

    No estaría mal :)

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