• With Xbox One backwards compatibility, do specific edition discs matter, or will any/all work?

    So I want to buy "Marvel: Ultimate Alliance" (Xbox 360) for use on my Xbox One, but I want to know if I need to buy the Gold Edition disc to access the DLC content or if the standard disc will do fine. (And for that matter, are both discs compatible to begin with?) This question is specifically aiming at MUA, but I'd like to know in... show more
    So I want to buy "Marvel: Ultimate Alliance" (Xbox 360) for use on my Xbox One, but I want to know if I need to buy the Gold Edition disc to access the DLC content or if the standard disc will do fine. (And for that matter, are both discs compatible to begin with?) This question is specifically aiming at MUA, but I'd like to know in general whether various edition discs of games are compatible with Xbox One or not. Thanks in advance.
    1 answer · Xbox · 3 months ago
  • Are the Marvel: Ultimate Alliance discs Xbox One compatible?

    So I would really like to pick these games up to enjoy again on Xbox One now that they are backwards compatible, but here s the question: are the Xbox 360 DISCS compatible now, or is the only way to play them on Xbox One by buying the digital games from the Xbox store? Thanks.
    So I would really like to pick these games up to enjoy again on Xbox One now that they are backwards compatible, but here s the question: are the Xbox 360 DISCS compatible now, or is the only way to play them on Xbox One by buying the digital games from the Xbox store? Thanks.
    2 answers · Xbox · 12 months ago
  • Is "Destiny" (Xbox/PS4) worth it?

    So is "Destiny" worth it? I've been reading up on it and I have a few reservations: 1 - It sounds like the game pretty much armlocks you into paying for a bunch of DLC extras even after you've shelled out for the system and game itself. 2 - You HAVE to be playing online with a bunch of strangers in order to play (let alone win,... show more
    So is "Destiny" worth it? I've been reading up on it and I have a few reservations: 1 - It sounds like the game pretty much armlocks you into paying for a bunch of DLC extras even after you've shelled out for the system and game itself. 2 - You HAVE to be playing online with a bunch of strangers in order to play (let alone win, as I understand it), and from what I've been reading, I can't even figure out for sure if Xbox One or PS4 offer free online play or if I would need to shell out even more money to get an online membership. I've been leaning towards Xbox One as the new console to get, because I can play Halo as well as all the 'its on both systems' games I want, but I'm kind of confused now. Any help on any of these questions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
    3 answers · Video & Online Games · 2 years ago
  • Can't log into Netflix as me on Blu-ray player?

    So my family and I readded streaming to our Netflix plan today and when I set the bedroom player up I can't make it display my profile, it just automatically assumes I want my dad's profile. I called Netflix and even they couldn't figure out what to do. How can I switch it so the player goes to my profile? The BR player is a Sony, if... show more
    So my family and I readded streaming to our Netflix plan today and when I set the bedroom player up I can't make it display my profile, it just automatically assumes I want my dad's profile. I called Netflix and even they couldn't figure out what to do. How can I switch it so the player goes to my profile? The BR player is a Sony, if that matters.
    1 answer · Home Theater · 3 years ago
  • Two movie discs are stuck together?

    So I just got a Blu-Ray in the mail and the case has the Blu-ray and the DVD stacked on top of each other, but I can't seem to separate them! :-/ This was a new and sealed set, so it's not like a previous owner did it. Is there a way to safely separate them?
    So I just got a Blu-Ray in the mail and the case has the Blu-ray and the DVD stacked on top of each other, but I can't seem to separate them! :-/ This was a new and sealed set, so it's not like a previous owner did it. Is there a way to safely separate them?
    2 answers · Movies · 3 years ago
  • Is it safe to give a card to a hookup site?

    There are lots of dating/hookup/sex buddy sites that ask for a card (some claim it is just for identity verification and won't be charged, others do charge a monthly membership fee). Are any of these safe or do they essentially drain your card and spam/hound you?
    There are lots of dating/hookup/sex buddy sites that ask for a card (some claim it is just for identity verification and won't be charged, others do charge a monthly membership fee). Are any of these safe or do they essentially drain your card and spam/hound you?
    2 answers · Security · 3 years ago