Xbox One is now backwardly compatible with some Xbox 360 titles, and Microsoft is doing all it can to make the most of the positive PR.
As spotted by VG247, a new video from Microsoft explaining how to play Xbox 360 games on the new console seems very much to take a shot at Sony’s famous 2013 video about game sharing.
Back then Sony was riding on a groundswell of support after Microsoft’s unpopular Xbox One E3 briefing in which it was said its machine would require an always-on internet connection for game authentication (plans that were subsequently abandoned).
Now Microsoft has released its own video, complete with its own comedy instructions:
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