Most of Microsoft's messaging around Xbox One X has emphasized how current games are even better on this improved hardware.
As far as what can be expected from the Xbox One X enhancements, several improvements to the colors and pixels outlined below will help propel the games to the upcoming console.
There are additional Xbox games coming to Xbox One's expanded backwards capabilities, and that means we could soon see many of our classic favorites in a new light. Below, you can see how these old games look running on an Xbox One S. Knights of the Old Republic looks ancient compared to modern games, but it looks light years better than it used to.
The only drawback is that online multiplayer will no longer work, as numerous game servers have been closed down.
Online multiplayer isn't supported by these titles, but System link is. Numerous games can already be bought digitally for $9.99 on the Xbox Store, but all games are enhanced with 1080p resolution, faster loading times, and faster/smoother framerates.
It's finally happening: The first 13 original Xbox games will be made available on Xbox One via Backward Compatibility starting tomorrow. Do you have any of the games in the list or are you gonna buy them digitally?
Update: Added Microsoft's confirmation and plans for future backward-compatible games. There will also be no Achievements for Original Xbox games because this functionality was also not originally available.
Now it sounds like the turmoil surrounding that launch also delayed the rollout of Xbox 360 backward compatibility on the system. "Forgive the clunky tutorial start", KOTOR lead designer James Ohlen told IGN with a laugh when asked what advice he'd have for players trying KOTOR for the first time. Let us know in the comments section below!