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 May 17, 2005 - 09:47 AM - by Michael
* Xbox360 will be backwards compatible

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Good news.

The Xbox360 will play older titles after all.

Microsoft Corp. said on Monday its new Xbox 360 will run video games developed for the earlier generation of its gaming machine, an enticement to get fans who have already spent hundreds of dollars on older Xbox games to purchase new hardware.

The world's largest software maker also announced a deal to feature Japanese publisher Square Enix Co. Ltd.'s "Final Fantasy" games, which up to now have been a cornerstone of rival Sony Corp.'s PS2 franchise.
Time to go make my preorder.
 

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