Major Havoc 2049 Posted February 12, 2018 Share Posted February 12, 2018 I agree its some of the problem, but not 90%. Why don't achievements work offline? I've been playing forza 6 for a week now, and I don't think it's even tracking any of the progress I've made during that time. I just finished the update 2 days ago, so I can finally get access to them now. Now that I'm online, I still have lockups, freezes, and games taking too long to load. Everytime I put my disc in, it says it can't read it, or it's incompatible. This review on Amazon said this if it works on the xbox one. No you can not unfortunately. There is a compatibility list on Wikipedia. -- If you know of someway to get it to work, please let others know. I don't want to spend a lot of money on a gamepad, as I mentioned a $10 WIRED controller worked better than the default one, and the standard ones have a terrible grip on the analog sticks which rub your fingers raw after several hours. I'm only talking about native XBOX one games. Not backwards compatible ones. New versions of games, are not retro. Yes, the atari compilations are retro. Thats about it. My first xbox 360 lasted 10 years with 0 issues, i could have probably fixed the RROD, but got another one for free so I didn't bother. The xbox one so far has been a piece of junk software wise, and the hardware is ok, but with poor controllers. Overall, it's a much worse console, with limited usability. later -1 As for Midway Arcade Origins, it is on the backwards compatible list. I just put in the disc, it downloads the game and it works. Since you don't want to include a free feature like backwards compatibility, which has a ton of retro games from companies like Sega, Midway, Capcom, Konami and others, here is a list of some retro games for the Xbox One: Rare Replay Atari Flashback vol. 1 & 2 Namco Arcade Series: Galaga, Dig Dug, Pac-Man and Ms. Pac-Man Mega Man Legacy Collection vol 1 & 2 The Disney Afternoon Collection Some newer retro games: Halo: The Master Chief Collection and Microsoft has remastered Grabbed by the Ghoulies (in Rare Replay) and Phantom Dust (free download) from the OG Xbox. Capcom also has the Resident Evil Origins Collection and Resident Evil 4. There is Sonic Mania. If you do include backwards compatible games, from just Sega alone, there are 35 retro Sega classics from the arcade, Genesis, Sega CD, Saturn and Dreamcast that can be played on the Xbox One. 2 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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