- Dec 23, 2020
I'll take tlw over the current dog-piling bozos any time of the day. Whatever opinion of him, I considered the guy passionate.
He's a different guy without list wars. His alternate tactics still didnt work.I considered him a dickhead. Hopefully more of those clowns get the boot too.
Some EA Play games are getting FPS Boost on Xbox Series consoles... I'm liking this trend because what I don't like about XSS (which I hoping get in a couple of months) is that games run as on Xbox One S and not X but this totally changes that for me
Games Xbox Series X Xbox Series S Off by Default on Series X In Xbox Game Pass Battlefield 1 120hz ___ (EA Play / Ultimate) Battlefield 4 120hz 120hz (EA Play / Ultimate) Battlefield V 120hz ___ (EA Play / Ultimate) Mirror’s Edge Catalyst 120hz ___ (EA Play / Ultimate) Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare 120hz 120hz (EA Play / Ultimate) Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville 120hz 120hz (EA Play / Ultimate) Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare 2 120hz 120hz (EA Play / Ultimate) Sea of Solitude 60hz 60hz (EA Play / Ultimate) STAR WARS Battlefront 120hz 120hz (EA Play / Ultimate) STAR WARS Battlefront II 120hz ___ (EA Play / Ultimate) Titanfall 120hz ___ (EA Play / Ultimate) Titanfall 2 120hz 120hz (EA Play / Ultimate) Unravel 2 120hz 120hz (EA Play / Ultimate)
Dragon Quest Builders 2, Game Pass, 4th May;
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It's always worked, as far as I know.I realized a few days ago that the "quick resume" function now works for BC 360 games, that's cool (noticed it while playing Bejeweled 3 on a regular Xbox One). I suppose it was part of the latest improvements of that feature in the recent update for the "new gen" QR, but it's nice to see improvements on the older models too.
Oh wait, they added Quick Resume to the base Xbox One? That's awesome, wasn't sure if that was possible on the older hardwareMaybe on Series, but I'm pretty sure that on Xbox One, 360 games haven't worked with the resume function from the beginning (the old version, where they would stay in RAM). Maybe the improvement is older than I thought, though.
Oh wait, they added Quick Resume to the base Xbox One? That's awesome, wasn't sure if that was possible on the older hardware
Ah, gotcha, I misunderstood and got excited, but that makes way more sense. My base Xbox One has had to update like crazy lately so I thought maybe they were doing what they could to add feature parity. That old thing is so hard to go back to now, even just compared to the One X, booted it up last night and it took forever just to boot into Prime Video, and trying to load games is a nightmare when even indies like Monster Train take forever. The near-instant loads of the Series X have definitely spoiled me.Yeah I don't exactly remember how you're supposed to call it on Xbox One, it's the old resume function where the game is kept in RAM even when you put the console on standby. It only works for one game at a time obviously, unlike on Series where several games can be stored on SSD.