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Go Vote for Your Backwards Compatible Games

Microsoft announced that they are offering a sort of backwards compatibility with the Xbox One in the near future that will allow it to play Xbox 360 games. The thing is, not all games will be supported as there are some logistics that have to be addressed. I stated before that some bargain titles won't likely be available, and Xbox has opened the polls to allow you to vote for games that they should make compatible with the Xbox One. Speak up and be heard so you can play more for less!

Xbox One Backward Compatibility is here. Now you can play a growing number of your Xbox 360 games on Xbox One at no additional cost. With new games added to the roster every month, now you can play both generations of games on one console. Experience the greatest games lineup in Xbox history - exclusively on Xbox One. We can’t promise every title will be available, but we’re working hard to make as many of your favorite Xbox 360 titles playable on Xbox One.

Source: Neowin

ASUS Radeon R9 380 STRIX Review & R9 Fury

ASUS is one of the companies pushing out the new R9 380 cards already and in fact their top-end STRIX Gaming card is on the review bench today and there are some interesting details regarding this card. The review is not in English, but the pictures seem to be English. Also the graphs appear to be pretty universal. Keep in mind that this is a mainstream card, and there is a lot more good stuff coming from AMD in the near future - such as the R9 Fury below.

AMD's new GPU developed specifically ever. The specification and is close to R9 280, R9 280X by R9 285 would be pulled highlight the advantages of R9 280 Series and R9 290 Series comes out. For the technology being added to the latest AMD RADEON R9 285 then. AMD ZEROCORE Technology System is a system that focuses on energy saving in the state that the video card is not in use.

Source: VModTech



Android App Pick #185 - AlphaBetty Saga

We have just posted up another Android App Pick of the Week and this week we are excited to be back gaming as it is E3 week. This week brings a lot of new games to light - including both hardcore and casual games. If you can't wait over a year for some of the new titles, you can at least get smarter with games like AlphaBetty Saga. Take a look and see why this addicting game is our App Pick this week.




WTU Episode #316 - Microsoft Wins E3 & The Console War

We have just posted up Episode #316 of Weekly Tech Update. In this episode we are discussing Spotify braces for Apple invasion, Razer quietly buys OUYA and why Microsoft’s Xbox just won E3. Check out those stories and more at the links below.


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Halo 5 Guaridans - Everything There is to Know

On Monday at E3, Microsoft gave us a first real look at Halo 5: Guardians and already there is a Wiki with all of the details from the upcoming destined-to-be blockbuster. It looks pretty awesome and this game - as well as backwards compatibility - could be the thing that makes me upgrade my console to an Xbox One.


Xbox One "Backward Compatible" with 360

It appears that Microsoft has been hard at work making a proper emulator for the Xbox One. They are planning on offering "over 100 (360) titles" that will play on your Xbox One by the holidays later this year. More will be on the way, but don't expect some of the obscure bargain big games to play on your new Xbox One. The emulator process requires developers to join the program as the games won't be ran off the disk - they will be downloaded - if you have a valid phyical copy of the game. There are more details and some intricate things to work out yet, but this feature just helped Microsoft win the console war.

There are currently more than 1,000 Xbox 360 games available, so it’s possible if Microsoft sticks to its "hundreds" plan that the company will cover most popular titles. Games won’t show up automatically though, and publishers have to agree to having titles listed and emulated. "We have to do packaging and validation work on each title to make it available through Xbox One backward compatibility," explains a Microsoft spokesperson.

Source: TheVerge

E3 - Mass Effect: Andromeda Coming

There was a lot of E3 news today and I wasn't able to catch much of it today, but one of the highlights of E3 could be the new Mass Effect: Andromeda game. The biggest downside is that it is scheduled for the holiday season - of 2016.

When we wrapped up the original Mass Effect trilogy with Mass Effect 3: Citadel in early 2013, planning and design on Mass Effect: Andromeda was already well underway. We knew we wanted to start with a foundation composed of the best parts of any Mass Effect game: exciting new worlds to discover, great characters, and intense action. At the same time, we clearly wanted to expand the definition of what you should expect from a Mass Effect game.


Source: BioWare Blog

Razer Buys OUYA

OUYA never really delivered on the hype that they generated prior to launch and have been plagued with expensive titles and a few other issues that never really made it take off. In the end, the hardware was brilliantly designed but lacked the community and good quality games to make it really successful. Razer sees some potential in this company though and reports are surfacing that they have just bought OUYA for an undisclosed amount of cash. My guess it was pretty cheap.

The news comes a week after the first rumors that corporate wedding bells were in the air, which was met with a non-denial from the high-end gaming company. There's no word on the specifics of the deal, but like an angry relative, we've sent Facebook messages to representatives of both companies in the hope of getting a picture of the ring.

Source: Engadget

MarI/O - Machine Learning for Games

Seth Bling has written a program that allows a computer to learn how to play a game flawlessly. They showcase it off in the Mario Bros game and it's ridiculously impressive on how well it plays the game - when it wasn't given any other instruction and the program had to in fact learn to push a button in order for it to do anything at all. Pretty awesome stuff - even if it is a little over my head at first.


Google Helps You Find the Perfect Android Phone

Google is happy to give you a choice on your next phone - as long as it is powered by Android. To make this easier, they've recently launched an online tool that helps make it easier to find the phone that is just right for you. 

Image Credit - Neowin

With many Android phones to choose from, here's a great place to start. Answer three or more quick questions, and we'll suggest phones just for you.

Source: Neowin via Android

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