The Xbox 360 had a dedicated spot in millions of living rooms, bedrooms and offices for nearly 10 years, and during that time, players purchased massive libraries of games.
However, when the Xbox One launched in 2013, it didn’t include the ability to play or transfer Xbox 360 games, a disappointment for many fans. That’s why Microsoft’s announcement at its E3 showcase a few weeks ago was so exciting: The Xbox One is getting backward compatibility later this year, with a lineup of more than 100 fan-requested Xbox 360 games to start and more to be added as demand warrants. Xbox One backward compatibility runs an Xbox 360 emulator right on the console, which apparently is no easy feat
Not only that, but Prima Interactive, one of the leading distributors of interactive games and products in South Africa, has announced a new deal for the XboxOne 500G. From Thursday 23 July, the 500G console will be available for R5499, down R800 from the previous recommended retail price of R6299.
The XboxOne will be available at the new price from Thursday, 23 July 2015, at BT Games, CNA, Dion Wired, Game, Toys R US, Takealot.com, Musica, Games4u, and Animeworx
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