Nice to see a lot of classics in the first round. Scanning that list, I bet I own 40 games off it.
I hope that theme continues going forward like the addition of Namco Museum Virtual Arcade, Capcom Arcade Cabinet, Midway Arcade Origins, Raiden Fighter Aces, Tron (Wonder why Discs of Tron and Tron Evolution are here, but not the classic that started it all?), Time Pilot, and many others.
Also hoping to see Afterburner Climax, Outrun Online Arcade, and Sega Rally Revo/Online Arcade. Not holding my breath though with expired licenses, since I assume that's a dealbreaker even though only existing owners could access these delisted classics and no 360 code is modified. Same with Battlezone from Atari, missing here despite stablemates like Asteroids being listed, since the IP has sadly been sold off by the French to Rebellion during a brief fling with liquidation before they changed their minds.
I hope Project Gotham Racing 3 and 4 make the cut. People say all 1st party releases outside of Kinect 1.0 titles will join this, but I've yet to see where MS actually promised that. And with all the music and vehicles that surely have expired rights at this point (Otherwise, MS would sell these digitally on the 360's marketplace), relicensing this content will be an expensive proposition.
If that is true, I wonder if Game Room stands a chance. That's a Microsoft published release after all.
Last edited by Leo_Ames; 11-10-2015 at 09:59 PM.