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Old 14th June 2006, 10:05   #1
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"What I said was 'nobody was concerned about backwards comparability anymore' meaning that based on what we said at E3 in 2005 when we said that the best-selling games would be backwards compatible, but quite frankly didn't give numbers and were a bit vague, there was a lot of consternation about 'what does that mean'—then our team went off and did unbelievable software emulation. Now here we stand with 200 titles backwards compatible and more arriving, and so what my words about 'nobody is concerned about backwards compat' were misinterpreted as 'nobody cares about backwards compat' which is not the case at all!

We want to get as close to possible to stated target of every game being backwards compatible."
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