I find the people who trash Xbox One's backwards compatibility feature and say things like "Who cares about backwards compatibility no one wants to play old games" Are almost always the same ones that are first in line to shell out money whenever their favorite game from last generation gets a remaster. Good games are good games whether they are old or new.I'm not going to make excuses for the Xbox One's weak exclusive offerings, but I will still give credit where credit is due. Backwards compatibliy is a great feature and it is beautifully implanted on the Xbox One. Being able to take you library with you and play your old games on your new hardware is a very good thing and I don't understand why people trash it or act like it's a bad thing.and for those who say Xbox has no games... well yes, Their exclusive offerings as of late have been underwhelming compared to the competition and they do need to do better I admit that. However techncially the Xbox One has more games to play then any other console right now. If you count the almost 500 backwards compatible Xbox 360/Xbox games The Xbox One has a library of almost 2000 games. That's massive. Aside from all the current gen stuff, thanks to backwards compatiblity, The entire Mass Effect series is playable on Xbox One, The entire Dead Space series is playable on Xbox One, The entire Assassin's Creed series is playable on Xbox One. The entire Halo series, The entire Gears of War series, The entire Dragon Age series, I could go on.and another poster made an excellent point, if playing old games is a bad thing, does that mean we shouldnt' read old books or watch old movies?