How to View a List of Every Xbox Game You Own

Ben Stegner 30-10-2017

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The good news is that Microsoft has updated the Xbox My Games page to include all the games you own digitally on Xbox One, Xbox 360, and even PC (via the Windows Store). To visit it, head to the My Games page and sign in to your account if needed.

You’ll see all your games, nicely laid out:

How to View a List of Every Xbox Game You Own Xbox My Games Page

By default, this will show all your Xbox One games. Expand the Available on box on the left to show PC and Xbox 360 games. You can also expand the Departments header to show Game, DLC, and Bundle categories. This is handy if you want to see only the DLC you’ve purchased for games.

Click a game to see some basic info about it. On a game’s info page, you can also view the Achievements you’re earned for it, captures you took while playing, and your friends that also play that game. Note that each page only shows 20 games, so you’ll need to use the arrows at the bottom of the page to see the rest.


How to View a List of Every Xbox Game You Own Cuphead Xbox Game Page

Remember that many Xbox 360 games are also backwards-compatible with Xbox One. View your Xbox 360 games, and you’ll see Backwards Compatible displayed under any that will work on your Xbox One.

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How many Xbox games do you own? What are you playing now, and are you looking forward to any new Xbox One games? Tell us down in the comments!

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  1. Monkiiman
    January 28, 2019 at 4:42 pm

    They no longer have an option to show Xbox 360 games in that menu.

    • Lestat
      January 5, 2020 at 5:18 am

      why is that? i want it back ... when will they update it ?