Shared April 29, 2019
Spanning 17 years you can play multiplayer games with any combination of Original Xbox, Xbox 360 and Xbox One S or X, but utilizing System-Link - a form of multiplayer gaming that was introduced in 2001 with the Original Xbox and still supported in 2019 with the Xbox One.
In this episode we take a look at the history of System-Link, How Three Generations of Xbox Consoles support it, and what makes it so awesome
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