Following its initial unveiling at E3 2017, Microsoft recently debuted original Xbox backward compatibility to Xbox One owners. Expanding the scope of its backward compatibility program beyond Xbox 360 titles, 13 original Xbox games are now playable on Xbox One – each also with native visual enhancements to take advantage of modern hardware.

Any Xbox One owner can now play these games, both via digital licenses, and the physical discs used back in the day. More titles are expected to arrive sometime next year, but in the meantime, the current library still has a lot to offer.

After spending some time absorbing the nostalgia, we kicked off a discussion on the Windows Central forums. Now, we want to hear from you!

Matt Brown

After spending a little while in Fuzion Frenzy and Star Wars KOTOR earlier this week, been really loving the addition of original Xbox backward compatibility. I'll admit that there are a lot more games I'd love to see hit the program, but so far what's been pulled off is pretty impressive. Was wondering how you guys are finding it so far? (And any game recommendations?)


What do you think of original Xbox backward compatibility in its current state? Which games have you been playing on your Xbox One? Furthermore, which titles would you like to see next? Make sure to drop into the forum thread and share your opinions on its debut.