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SuperKMx

Editor-in-Chief - PureXbox.com

Male, 34, United Kingdom

Primarily a music and sports game fan, but I've got big love for all genres and platforms. The Dreamcast is the best.

Joined:
Sun 24th April, 2011
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http://www.purexbox.com

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#11

SuperKMx commented on Rare Replay Installation is One of the Largest...:

I think a lot of this is down to the fact that BC titles don't seem to be able to be patched.

Note - that isn't confirmed. I'm just working on the basis that in the Preview Program this week, there was an update to Jetpac Refuelled that required players to delete and then redownload the entire thing (including the emulator, so the download weighed in a lot more heavily than just the game alone would have been.)

I'm wondering if this is a one-off, or if BC games just can't be patched for some reason. If that's the case, then putting the games on the disc may be something of a waste of time what with BC still technically being in development.

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#20

SuperKMx commented on Prototype Biohazard Bundle shape shifts way to...:

@Diamond78 We've JUST got a press release through about it, and it says this...

"Each game in the PROTOTYPE BIOHAZARD BUNDLE includes exciting content and features for fans and newcomers to the series alike. Both titles have been updated for a new generation of hardware with Full HD rendering, improved framerate, and higher-resolution textures and effects. Moreover, PROTOTYPE 2 contains all of the DLC that came with the original RADNET Edition of the game, as well as the majority of in-game content previously offered through retailer pre-orders."

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#21

SuperKMx commented on pX Asks: What Does Xbox 360 Backwards Compatib...:

@JLPick Hey there...I'll do my best to help :)

Can you download TV episodes/movies bought on Xbox 360, on Xbox One? Yes. If you bought them via Xbox Video, then your library will be available on your Xbox One.

Do you need to be connected to the internet to play your downloaded games/watch your downloads? Nope. As long as you're playing the games on your "Home" console (which is what Microsoft calls your main console) then you can play without a connection. Not sure about downloaded movies, but I assume it's the same thing.

Hope this helps!

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#39

SuperKMx commented on Xbox One Backward Compatibility Will Support DLC:

@JaredJ The reason for that is that Wii games aren't being republished. You just put the Wii disc in and the Wii U runs it from the disc via emulation.

On Xbox One, they need to actually repackage the software - even if you're using a disc-based copy - so you can download the Xbox One compatible version. That needs the original publisher's permission. :/

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#44

SuperKMx commented on Yes, Rare Replay Will Be Bundled With the Rele...:

@flameboy84 I've no idea how the Rare Replay specific features would work with them, but I can see the logic behind it all.

End of the day, if you're repackaging the games to work as backwards compatible titles on the system, I guess it saves time to just access those, rather than repackaging them again to work within the confines of Rare Replay. Like I say though, I might be totally wrong! I just heard it worked that way from someone at E3.

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#45

SuperKMx commented on Yes, Rare Replay Will Be Bundled With the Rele...:

@stylon I'm under the impression that's exactly what they're doing. You choose one of those three games from the Rare Replay menu, and it drops you out to the My Games and Apps section and fires up the relevant backward-compatible version.

As far as I've been told, anyway. Might be wrong!

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#47

SuperKMx commented on Looks Like That ZombiU Xbox One Port Rumour Wa...:

@KelticDevil I played it on Wii U and enjoyed it a great deal. VERY curious as to the controls.

Simple reason being that yes, it used the Gamepad a LOT. As far as I remember, it was used for inventory management and also as a "scanner" where you could hold it up in front of you and scan around for things to pick up and use. If I remember correctly, you could press a button on screen and it would "ping" the area for zombie activity too, and show you the results on the Gamepad screen.

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#49

SuperKMx commented on E3 2015: Microsoft Says That Kinect Games Are ...:

@castlezelda @KelticDevil I'm in agreement about Kinect voice commands being awesome, and I couldn't imagine not having it. I disagree entirely with KelticDevil about being glad that Kinect is dying.

However, castlezelda, everybody's opinion is respected here on pX, and that must mean that if someone has a negative opinion of something then they must be able to say so. I won't have the place going the way of other sites, where anyone with an opinion that isn't the same as the collective gets shot to pieces. :)

"I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it" and all that. :)