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Chris Stead

Chris Stead is an award winning content creation and design specialist that dabbles in all subjects, but is best known for his work in technology, entertainment and gaming. When not writing, he can be found among the waves of the Northern Beaches.

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Hi Carley, We worked out the total match payments made to the team and divided that by the number of goals scored in that period for the team, and the number of victories. We could then work out an average payment made to a Matilda for each goal and for each victory. Cheers Chris

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Hi Ryan, Racing etiquette is a measure of how you drive, especially during online competitive play, more than a specific challenge in the career mode. Just make sure you don't use your opponents' cars to bump your way around corners! Chris

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Hi James, Absolutely mate, please send them through and many thanks. Chris

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Hi Rubens, The same source that leaked the games lists, also believes that the Nintendo NX will be officially called the Nintendo Next on release, which will be abbreviated to NEX - similar to the old NES and SNES days. I think that would be a great name personally, but we'll have to wait and see if Nintendo agrees. Cheers Chris

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Hi Ron, Yes Bryce will be playing for the Panthers and is named as starting five-eight. When players are selected as cover or as emerging players in State of Origin teams, they spend time with the squad, but also play for their club teams during the weekend. Cheers Chris

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Hi Beerninja, We could not find a confirmation or even a decent hint that this game will be at E3, so we left it off the list. However, given that it has been announced and that Namco is at the show, we're expecting it to be confirmed closer to the show. At this point we will add it to the list. Cheers Chris

Commented on Complete list of games for E3 2016: Over 200 titles

Hi Bearded Eggs, These games are scheduled to be coming to backwards compatibility, however Microsoft is only releasing games to the service in staggered, monthly batches. As a result, we do not know when they will become backwards compatible only that - from the information made publicly available by Microsoft at this time - that they will be. As noted in the article, the list of games already backwards compatible is here - http://www.finder.com/confirmed-backwards-compatible Apologies for the inconvenience; we're also frustrated that Microsoft has delaying the backwards compatible software rollout. Cheers Chris

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Hi Trixz, It is our belief that the original Halo 3 will come to backwards compatibility, as the box art was shown on the promotion material in the lead-up to the backwards compatibility feature being released. However, until we get official word, we cannot confirm whether this is true. As it stands, no date has been provided for Halo 3 backwards compatibility. Cheers Chris

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Hi Nathan, You raise an interesting point about interpretation; we identified that could be an issue, so separated the games into two tables to keep the two pools distinct and will await a confirmation. Cheers, Chris

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Hi Meineeshweine, At this point in time, we don’t know for sure which version of Need for Speed it is but we’ll keep you updated as you new information emerges. Cheers, Brodie

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Hi Kieran, Great list. On the RPG radar, we'd like to see The Elder Scrolls games and Kingdoms of Amalur make it, too. I have also been surprised that first-party RPGs Blue Dragon and Lost Odyssey have not been mentioned by Microsoft. Cheers Chris

Commented on Complete list of over 400 Xbox 360 and original Xbox titles with Xbox One backwards compatibility

Hi Andy, At this stage we have seen no evidence of BioShock 2 getting backwards compatibility. This could, of course, change. It is interesting to note, however, that Irrational Games did not develop BioShock 2 - so perhaps there is a different challenge in getting the game supported. Cheers Chris

Commented on Complete list of over 400 Xbox 360 and original Xbox titles with Xbox One backwards compatibility

Hi The, Deadpool was a game published by Activision, and the industry giant has yet to make an official statement on its plans to support backwards compatibility or not. Even if it does for titles like Call of Duty and Skylanders, we cannot be sure that Deadpool will make the cut as it wasn't a huge seller. Keep an eye on our site as we will update the list as soon as word comes in. Cheers Chris

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Hi Camron, We were unable to spot the Saints Row 2 box art in the supplied imagery from Microsoft, but it would seem logical that it will be included given the other titles in the series are. However, we cannot confirm it. Cheers Chris

Commented on Complete list of over 400 Xbox 360 and original Xbox titles with Xbox One backwards compatibility

Hi Click Clak, At this stage Activision has not suggested either way if Black Ops 2 - or its many other titles - will be supported. We suspect that the publishers games will be supported, but await an official announcement. Cheers Chris

Commented on Complete list of over 400 Xbox 360 and original Xbox titles with Xbox One backwards compatibility

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