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Xbox at E3: Backward compatibility, Elite controller, Minecraft on HoloLens

Old games get new life at this year's E3 video game confab. Some Xbox 360 titles will play with Xbox One, Minecraft goes virtual with HoloLens, and a new controller comes with paddle buttons.

Two years after its debut, the Xbox One will let you play your old Xbox 360 games -- but there's a catch.

In this CNET Update report, get a quick rundown of the big news from Microsoft at E3 2015, including backward-compatible games and details on the $150 Elite Wireless Controller. Plus, watch a demo of how the blocky building game of Minecraft will work on the HoloLens headset:

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