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This new labeling for backward compatible Xbox 360 games is helpful

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Gotta love that asterisk

While it doesn't appear to be widespread, I hope this approach to labeling Xbox 360 games that are playable on Xbox One through backward compatibility catches on. NeoGAF user Xyrmellon snapped these photos at Walmart and wondered if anyone else had run into them yet. I sure haven't!

The box on the right is a cleaner look than the typical Platinum Hits design, that's for sure.

Yeah, you could just find out if a game is supported on Xbox One with a quick Google search, but if you're shopping in-store, having that noted front and center would make browsing that much easier.

[Via NeoGAF]


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