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Wolfington posted a topic in General DiscussionAfter a brief overview on the announcement, xbox gamers will have two ways of playing old 360 games that are part of the backward-compatible initiative through digital emulation. If users already purchased the games digitally through Xbox Live, they can simply log in and re-download the game on Xbox One without paying any additional cost. If they own the game as a disc, they'll have to download the game to their Xbox One hard drive, and the system will then check for the disc before launching the game. Honestly I applaud microsoft for this movement as this seems to portray their attention to the community, but what do you guys think about this? I personally think it's a real positive change yet I'd like to know what you think.