Everyone knows what video game systems do: they play games designed for said systems. Some however have backwards compatibility: the ability to play games from the last system generation. Not all systems have this feature though, such as this generation's PS4 & Xbox One. My question: Would you pay extra for that backwards compatibility feature for systems that don't support it? Also, what is your opinion on backwards compatibility as a whole? I would definitely pay extra for a backwards compatibility feature in systems if I had to. In fact, that is the only major thing holding me back from systems like the PS4 & Xbox One at this point. The reason being is because of the massive backlog that I have happens to mostly involve games from the last generation as a whole. Since the current gen doesn't have backwards compatibility (except the Wii U), I'm forced to stay with my old consoles to play said backlog. As for my opinions on backwards compatibility as a whole, I personally love it. Having the ability to enjoy games not only from the current system, but also the last system is awesome. It also makes things more convenient or me pecs use I can just have one system out for what is technically two instead of having two systems take up space. Lastly, it allows me to see what the last generation of games have to offer while waiting for releases in the current generation, allowing for a greater variety of games instead of waiting for something to be released.