While the leaker mentioned 12 games, it seems that Microsoft has added a bonus game into the mix along the originally forecasted ones, which is a pleasant surprise for anyone who missed it the first time.
If people do want to play original Xbox games on a more modern console, they'll have to make do with the backward compatibility on the Xbox 360, which itself is already supported with backward compatibility on the Xbox One.
As noted by IGN, Microsoft will be enhancing the original Xbox games by giving them 10-bit color depth, in instances where the games only had 8-bit.
For titles that support System Link multiplayer, it still works â even across the Xbox family.. There will also be no Achievements for Original Xbox games because this functionality was also not originally available.
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Undoubtedly, one of the most striking titles is Ninja Gaiden Black, a 2005 game developed by Team Ninja and distributed by Tecmo.
Xbox One compatibility with OG Xbox games was announced at E3 2017 earlier this year, and the program officially launches tomorrow - Tuesday, October 24th - with 13 games, including Crimson Skies: High Road to Revenge, the game previously confirmed by Xbox head honcho Phil Spencer.
It's similar to how Xbox 360 emulation works on the Xbox One right now.
You can start playing tomorrow. There's also a visual comparison of Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic below. Most of these games will still be in a 4:3 aspect ratio, however. The online multiplayer servers for original Xbox games were shut down long ago, apparently. You can see the changes in the video below, which shows the difference between Halo 3 on Xbox 360 and Xbox One X. This allows players on different Xbox consoles to play one another.