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January 11, 2006 - After receiving numerous reports of backward-compatible Xbox titles producing errors on the Xbox 360, we went through our entire library of Xbox games that are on Microsoft's current backward compatibility list to see what works for ourselves. Overall, we came away pleased. All but four of our 46 titles we played seemed to function normally. Typically, we only played a few minutes of each title, and also keep in mind that there are more than 200 titles on Microsoft's list, so by no means did we get to every single game for an extended period of time.

October 12, 2001 - Since this is mainly about the Japan launch, the focus is definitely on the Japanese titles. That's not to say that the American titles aren't here, just that they're in very similar form to when we saw them on September 13th and September 21st, respectively. Have there been any improvements to the US titles since we last saw them? Here are some highlights.

October 5, 2001 - You've done it before -- turned down the speakers on your TV so that you could listen to your own music. Back in the Nintendo days it was either that or go insane from hearing the fortress theme from Mega Man 2 for the 200th time while trying to beat the final boss. Later, with the advent of new technology, you could usually choose to turn off the music completely, but keep the sound effects. A nearby stereo could fill in the gap, and you'd keep happy.