Dumb fact about myself: I used to work driving a forklift at a place that processed and packaged most of the gourmet cheeses shipped to grocery stores in the southeast. The dankest, smelliest, no-good-having cheese was by far Comté. That stuff smelled like used sweat socks soaked in urine.
@yummylee: Naw that part is clear, I was just confused at how they use Xbox One Backwards Compatibilty as branding in the first paragraph. In my head it read "hey we'll unlock the ability to do this if you buy this game." So, my bad for misinterpreting that part.
@alistercat: If that's the case, then I'm cool with it. The wording from the press release is a bit unclear on whether they were just unlocking BC in general for the games, or if they're just offering digital releases of the old games to the people who buy the remake.
I don't know about this. Holding backwards compatibility of games you already own hostage, in service to buying the remake rubs me the wrong way. They have the right to do it this way, but I'm not keen on it.