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Snoop Dogg Campaigns For Xbox One Backwards Compatibility Games; Call of Duty, Red Dead Redemption, Skyrim And More!

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Snoop Dogg ?is rallying his 12.5 million Twitter followers, and 5.8 million Instagram followers to make his favorite Xbox 360 game, NCAA Football 14, ?backwards compatible for his Xbox One.

?We need 10,000 votes,? Dogg told his army as he raised?over a thousand votes from his July 23 tweet and moved NCAA Football 14 from 4,670 to 5,872, Ibtimes reported.

?Dogg has been tweeting about the game for nearly a week already, Eurogamer reported, ?pushing the game?at 6,083 votes and around the 120th range today.

You may be wondering why anyone would want an NFL 2014 game when we all know that sports games are yearly released. Well it turns out that NCAA 2014 was the last college football game made.

As of writing, here are the top ten of the most voted games for Backwards Compatibility:

  • Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 (80,000)
  • Red Dead Redemption (76, 656)
  • ELder Scrolls V: Skyrim (71, 588)
  • Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 (63, 755)
  • Halo: Reach (62, 544)
  • Call of Duty: Black Ops
  • Gears of War 3 (51, 334)
  • Fallout 3 (49, 771)
  • Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare
  • Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3

Why vote for games?

Xbox One Backwards Compatibility was announced during Microsoft?s E3 showing this June 2015. Sony has yet to introduce backwards compatibility, although it seems that they aren?t willing to push for it as gamespot reported that Sony Executive Shuhei Yoshida said?Microsoft implementing the feature must have been ?very challenging? adding ?I don?t think we will change our approach? The Playstation 4 doesn?t have backward compatibility.?

With thousands of Xbox 360 games available, Microsoft resorted to a voting system to determine which games people want to play. This survey will help Microsoft gauge the interest for the games so developers and publishers can make it available for play on Xbox One as Microsoft however can only support a number of games for backwards compatibility.

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