Xbox One Gets Better And Better

Xbox One November UpdateNovember is right around the corner, and that means Fallout 4 and backwards compatibility on the Xbox One.

Major Nelson recently outlined the features of the November update on Xbox Wire. As a Preview Member, I can honestly say … Xbox One users are in for a big treat with this update.


  • Backwards Compatibility
    Microsoft announced 20 Xbox 360 titles back at E3 and since then they’ve added Borderlands and Gears of War with a total of over 100 games available this holiday season (including Fallout 3!!).
  • A New Guide
    With the new guide, you can access Friends, quickly start a Party, get to Settings, see System Notifications and view your Messages, all without disrupting your game.
  • Optimizing the Store
    Four easy-to-explore areas – Games, Movies & TV, Apps, and Music have been improved upon to bring more listings to your screen.
  • Last-Gen, Meet Current-Gen
    With Xbox One Backward Compatibility, you can use Xbox One features, like screenshots, GameDVR, broadcasting, Game Streaming and more with the Xbox on Windows 10 app.
  • Xbox One Game Streaming
    Game streaming allows you to play a game from the Xbox One on a Windows 10 PC or tablet in the same home network.

If you don’t own an Xbox One yet, get yours today!

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   I am 43-years-old, a hemophiliac, the co-founder of, a blogger at, part-time YouTuber (Geek Out! videocast) and Twitch streamer.

   I’m an old-school gamer, having started playing video games back in 1977 on the Atari 2600 (even managed to place 6th in Jafco’s Atari Pac-Man tournament in 1982). I first began abusing games shortly after my best friend introduced me to Quake. By the time Quake II was released, I was addicted.

   After being found, in May 2008, passed out in front of my computer with a mouse cord wrapped around my arm and over 100 flash drives scattered around my body, I sobered up. To help maintain my sobriety, I switched to single player console gaming.

   In my life outside of the Wasteland, yes, I do have one — wait, that’s a lie. I have my Xbox One, Plex media server, high-speed internet, and Dax the Magnificent (my furry four-legged child).

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