I love reading stuff like this. It’s clear all this stuff had to be a labor of love for these people because I can’t imagine this is making any money at Microsoft. I’ve got a lot of respect for people who are able to push a vision through such a massive place like MS, god knows I never could. I’m definitely going to pop in the games I own tomorrow for a test drive.
Also, this is a cool quote: “And even better, they’re not just compatible. They’re better. All the games run in 1080p with higher and/or smoother framerates. I played KOTOR side-by-side with the original (yes, running on an original Xbox), and the difference was obvious. Ninja Gaiden Black looked almost modern thanks to its native widescreen support, and you can mix and match Xbox systems in a System Link multiplayer match of Crimson Skies: High Road to Revenge; I played on an OG Xbox using a Duke controller against one person on an Xbox 360, another on an Xbox One S, and the fourth on an Xbox One X.”