Deus Ex: Human Revolution Xbox One Backwards Compatibility Sounds Likely

Deus Ex: Human Revolution, the celebrated 2011 RPG from Square Enix and Eidos Montreal, could be added to the lineup of Xbox 360 games playable on Xbox One through backwards compatibility.

A tweet from the official Deus Ex Twitter account teases: “We’re working to make it happen. :) We’re hoping to have good news soon!” The tweet came in response to a fan who asked about it.

Human Revolution has amassed more than 12,000 votes on the Xbox One backwards compatibility website. Of course, this does not guarantee that it will come to Xbox One.

At Gamescom in August, Xbox boss Phil Spencer said Microsoft was in positive talks with “all publishers” about allowing their Xbox 360 games to play on Xbox One. Ultimately, publishers get to decide.

“We’re having great conversations with all the publishers about backward compatibility,” he said at the time. “It’s really been a good time for something like backwards compatibility to come around, because so many of the publishers have built more service-based games where they’re able to find a business opportunity in the longevity of games.”

Xbox One backwards compatibility is available now for Preview Program members. Access to this private, invite-only program just got tougher, too. But everyone will get to enjoy backwards compatibility in November, when the feature rolls out publicly. At that time, there will be more than 100 supported titles. The final list has not been announced, but click here to see all of the confirmed titles so far.

Would you like to see Human Revolution playable on Xbox One? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

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Acer’s Predator 6 is the gamer’s deca-core Android

Acer Predator 6

Acer is hoping gamers still have room in their hearts for a super-powerful smartphone, previewing the new Acer Predator 6 at IFA today. The handset, slipping into the company’s Predator gaming line-up which already includes massively powerful laptops and fancy laser projectors, runs Android on a deca-core processor. That, if your Latin isn’t quite up to scratch, means ten cores … —> Read More

Cortana gets native translation support in Windows 10


Microsoft Translator is the translation software that Microsoft crams into a number of apps for smartwatches, tablets, smartphones, and PCs. Microsoft Office also has Translator built in and it powers the Skype Translator as well. The Cortana team has now launched native translation support in Windows 10 US and Chinese versions. Cortana and Microsoft Translator teamed up to give user’s … —> Read More

21 Wrestlers Added to WWE 2K16 Roster

2K Sports has announced 21 new characters for the upcoming professional wrestling game,

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Newly Confirmed WWE 2K16 Wrestlers:

  • Aiden English
  • Andre The Giant
  • Batistia
  • Chris Jericho
  • Curtis Axel
  • Edge
  • Erick Rowan
  • Fandango
  • John “Bradshaw” Layfield
  • Luke Harper
  • “Macho Man” Randy Savage
  • Natalya
  • Ravishing Rick Rude
  • R-Truth
  • Ryback
  • Santino Marella
  • Sergeant Slaughter
  • Simon Gotch
  • Stephanie McMahon
  • The Rock
  • Undertaker

The WWE 2K16 release date is set for October 27 on Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation 3. thos who preorder WWE 2K16 will receive two playable versions of Arnold Schwarzenegger as the Terminator from the popular action movies.

In other news about the game, 2K Sports recently announced its full soundtrack, which includes songs from bands and artists such as Marilyn Manson and Run DMC.

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The Walking Dead: Road to Survival – How to get free gold coins

The Walking Dead: Road to Survival is the new mobile RPG based on the comic book and TV shows that has taken the mobile world by storm. Your goal is to build Woodbury into your own productive and fortified home base, join factions, explore the story and take on rival players. Gold coins are the premium currency of the game, mainly used to get rare, ultra rare and elite survivors into your party. —> Read More

Kojima’s Emotional Tribute to Metal Gear Fans

Hideo Kojima and Konami have released a short documentary in which the acclaimed series designer discusses the hardship and challenges he faced creating

Kojima embraces Troy Baker, a voice actor who plays Revolver Ocelot in MGS5

Some in the press have commented that Kojima’s debriefing video is, in fact, a farewell message. It is not clear if this is accurate.

In the video, Kojima says “my energy comes from the players. My mission is to exceed their expectations. It’s all that matters to me.”

Kojima’s final words in the video: “I’ve been working on making MGS V the best it can possibly be, balancing and tweaking right up until the very end. Players will not be disappointed. I’m sorry it took so long, but I feel we’ve created something very special and I hope everyone will enjoy it. Thank you all.”

Elsewhere in the short documentary, Kojima discusses the unique responsibility and challenges involved in working on the same game series for 28 years.

It also pays a tribute to Gillespie, describing him as “a Metal Gear fan and honorary member of the team whose messages of support and love for the series gave us strength during our toughest hour.”

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Velocity 2X Review – TXH

Neil writes “Sierra and FuturLab have delved deep into their skills to bring us a sci-fi puzzle platformer-cum-vertical shooter that has quite obviously had so much love put into it that at times it makes me want to cry. Its graceful and destructive; seductive and rewarding. Its the near on perfect game.” —> Read More

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