Does your xbox one s that you bought work with your xbox 360? Well, you’re in luck! Ever since xbox 360 was released, we’ve been all about getting rid of the useless Xbox 360, but we’ve also been witnessing a mass exodus of people who have decided to purchase Xbox One. Almost everyone is buying a new one! We think we can help with that by giving you some ideas for what to get for your xbox 360.
If you have a gaming console, then you may have noticed that there’s one particular version of the game I’ve never played. It’s called Xbox One S and it is equally as awesome. Xbox One S is fully backwards compatible with Xbox 360 and PC games so you can get back to playing your older classics. Xbox One S features HD graphics and NVIDIA Tegra X1 SoC processor which makes playing games smoother, crisper and more enjoyable.
You’re reading this because you’ve been looking forward to the Xbox One S and your Xbox One S is finally here. You probably haven’t had the chance to follow up on all the other news that came out about support for the new console but you’re about to learn all about it. The Xbox One S supports more than just 3rd party apps, it also supports Microsoft’s own games! What’s even better is that it also has a USB port giving you peace of mind when you’re playing online games when you need to take them with you. Granted, there is no smartphone version of the console but there are plans in the works for one day.
xbox one s used is a gaming console that was released in the form of a bundle with xbox 360. It released on the 7th of November 2010. Rather than simply buying a new xbox, we decided to buy the used console on ebay. This console was supplied by Microsoft with it’s original box and manual. From there it was then sent off to us for its first use. The console started out with no actual code or firmware on it, so we would need to go through the process of finding this code and also installation of the OS (Windows & others) software on that particular hardware.