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# 214607 20-May-2017 12:25
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The NZ MS Store is having a sale on Xbox 360 titles that are backwards compatible for the Xbox One


 


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Just picked up Original Wolfenstien 3D for $3.27 to keep me amused today lol


 


There is quite a few titles on the list - Sale ends 22 May


 


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  # 1785104 20-May-2017 12:33
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...and Flashback lol

 

 

 

Think i am sorted for the weekend :)


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  # 1785182 20-May-2017 15:58
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yeah i bought about a dozen so far.   lots of $7-10 games.  xbox do great sales.  not as good as steam, but pretty bloody good.  psn on the other hand...


 
 
 
 


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  # 1785281 20-May-2017 18:02
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its a clever way to make money off old games that otherwise wouldn't get bought




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  # 1785306 20-May-2017 19:24
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Yep, they've got some from me lol

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  # 1785483 21-May-2017 14:18
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If I buy them from the backwards compatibilty sale, will they still download ok onto my 360s or is it xbone specific versions?





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  # 1785496 21-May-2017 14:55
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I would think they would play fine on the 360 but I can't be 100% sure

You could always search for one via the 360 store and see if the price is the same

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  # 1786529 23-May-2017 11:01
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I wonder if I missed out, the webpage is still up but it says it ends on the 22nd May


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