Microsoft drops – against Sony and Nintendo. While Sony is closing digital stores for the PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita and BSP and Nintendo, it is simply taking the now released classics and Microsoft is doing something to protect the games.
This is a clear message. Suppose Microsoft does not want to hand over to Sony and Nintendo for a purpose. Time is probably a coincidence. This is because Microsoft has long been doing significantly more for game security than competition.
As a player, you love nostalgia.
Backwards compatibility and cloud gaming are keywords from Microsoft. Microsoft has one Enables very special effort, Should be undeniable. The Cloud Gaming Project is now making a further contribution to the topic of game security.
Banjo-Kasui, perfect dark and cameo
The program brings down compatibility with Android devices, thus taking old games to another modern platform. Backward fit That means becoming part of cloud gaming! 16 original Xbox and Xbox 360 games are now available on Android devices.
Games like Elder Scrolls III: Morroint, Banjo-Kasui, Perfect Dark, Fable II and Fallout: New Vegas is already in the pipeline. Games like JetBook Fuel and Viva Pinata have features like touch control, and thanks to the connectivity of the Xbox ecosystem you can pick up the space you left. Cloud gaming is in beta and Xbox Game Pass is included for Ultimate members.
Here is a list of the program’s first games
- Double Dragon Neon
- Myth II
- Rainfall: New Vegas
- Gears of War 2, Gears of War 3
- Gears of War: Judgment
- Jetbox refueled (unterstützt touch control)
- Perfect dark
- Perfect dark zero
- Senior Coils III: Moroid
- Senior Scrolls IV: Oblivion
- Viva Pinata (supports touch control)
- Viva Pinata: Tip (supports touch control)
Of course, cloud gaming for mobile devices is not for everyone. But how do you feel about Microsoft’s game security efforts?
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