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Bennett White
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SSX 3 [Xbox Classic]

The Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S are able to play Xbox 360 and original Xbox games through emulation software that makes your console think it's a last generation machine for the purposes of playing classic games.

SSX 3 [Xbox Classic]

Many of the games with backward compatibility are also available as part of a Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription. For 10.99 a month, you get access to more than 400 games to download and play on your console, made up of a mix of classic Xbox 360 and Xbox games, plus many more Xbox One and Series X/S titles. You also get online gaming access through Xbox Live Gold, EA Play, Cloud Gaming, and even Game Pass for PC.

The first example that comes to mind is Psymon Stark (above) whose main character trait is having a serious case of schizophrenic psychosis. That's not me making this up, the character literally has this mental disorder. In fact, half of his character customization options involve various animal traps (that he has been caught in), straight jackets, chains, and even classic horror film props such as a hockey mask. This character belongs in an insane asylum just as much as the backcountry slopes of Peak 3 in this game.

Our TakeIt's so neat that Microsoft is using their resources to bring these classic games to the current generation. Backward compatibility, along with the subtle resolution and frame-rate enhancements, gives gamers a chance to not only go on a nostalgic trip, but show how far the industry has come. Keep in mind that this announcement, however, is not yet confirmed and that we'll find out for sure later today from Microsoft. Now here's to hoping Knight of the Old Republic II with bug fixes makes the cut either today or soon.

Thankfully, players can revisit the street racing's golden age on Xbox Series X with Burnout Revenge, a quintessential Burnout game that features the franchise's classic modes like Crash, Eliminator, and Burning Lap.

There aren't many genres that have maintained a consistent level of popularity since the days of arcades. However, fighting games are still going strong today. Although visual designs and effects have greatly improved since the arcade days, much of the core gameplay remains the same, a testament to the developers of classic games like the original Street Fighter.

John dives back into one of the best snowboarding games ever made - SSX 3. Thanks to the Xbox One backwards compatibility program, it's now possible to experience this classic game on modern hardware. What kind of improvements can you expect and how did it push the hardware of its day? Find out in the video!

Announced live on Microsoft's Inside Xbox show, the full list of backward compatible original Xbox games features some highly-requested fan favorites, such as Rare's Conker: Live & Reloaded, BioWare's classic RPG Jade Empire, and the lootbox-free classic Star Wars: Battlefront games.

Microsoft has previously spoken about the difficulty of getting original Xbox games onto modern platforms, due to licensing issues among other things. For Microsoft to have got classics like Morrowind, Jade Empire, and even licensed products like Jedi Academy, speaks of Redmond's commitment to bringing the past to its gamers, as we press ahead into future generations.

Conker: Live & Reloaded- the Nintendo 64 classic returns with better visuals than ever before, along with all the profane, hilarious gameplay you've come to expect. Plus, new multiplayer battles!

In the world of snowboarding games, SSX reigns supreme. Released in 2000 as a lunch title for the PlayStation 2, the first game in the franchise, SSX, redefined the action sports genre. With its outlandish courses and over-the-top tricks, it completely changed the way people looked at snowboarding video games. The subsequent entries that followed, SSX Tricky and SSX 3, are considered cult classics and only increased the franchise's vice-like grip on the snowboarding genre.

A variety of moves and challenges, as well as customizable options, round out this vast snowboarding game. Its sleek, vibrant visuals keep the player immersed, as does some smooth, detailed animation. Though it may not capture all of the magic of some old classics like SSX, it certainly outshines them presentation-wise.

Nintendo fans have touted the groundbreaking nature and nostalgic charm of the original 1080 classic on N64, and for good reason. Still, it's hard to deny the more refined, streamlined gameplay with this GameCube sequel.

It's highly recommended to play this game because of its wild tricks and arduous point-to-point speed runs. Expect to go fast in 1080 Snowboarding, one of the top sports games for the Nintendo 64. This game inspired later snowboarding games and is a classic worth playing for snowboarding fanatics.

The new titles start with another Shaun Southern classic. Originally an arcade classic on the Commodore 64, Point of Destruction has been revamped and remade for the Gizmondo by the same team who brought you the highly addictive 'Trailblazer'.

Cameron Spilman, Executive Producer, Gizmondo, says: "Point of Destruction is another classic title that works so well on a handheld format. It's fun, easy to pick up and play, and is releasing at a great price point." 041b061a72

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