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Crimson Skies is back!...-wards compatible in the near future. In a surprise move, Phil Spencer announced today at the Xbox E3 Briefing that original Xbox games will be coming to the Xbox One platform as part of the backwards compatibility features of the console. Outside of confirming that Crimson Skies will be part of the line-up all we know is that the service will roll-out later this year.

And that the games will look and play better than ever thanks to the additional power of the Xbox One hardware. What that will mean we don't really know, but at the very least we should expect some sort of HD up-scaling.

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