Microsoft Adds More Games to Backwards Compatibility

Microsoft has added five more games to there backwards compatibility library. Major Nelson has tweeted that the following games: – Deus Ex: Human Revolution — Director’s Cut – Final...

Microsoft has added five more games to there backwards compatibility library. Major Nelson has tweeted that the following games:

– Deus Ex: Human Revolution — Director’s Cut
– Final Fight: Double Impact
– Faery: Legends of Avalon
– Frogger 2
– Puzzlegeddon

Have been made available on Xbox One. You can view the tweet below.

The backwards compatibility library is really growing and I’m looking forward to seeing what get’s added next!

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Jon

I love games, both video and table top. It's what I spend the majority of my free time doing. I love writing and mixing that with my gaming brings this website! I love reviewing games, I love the fact that I get to play games that most of the times I wouldn't have considered playing.
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  • Andrew Ruesche
    11 May 2016 at 12:43 pm
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    Some nice titles there…

    Would like to see the Red Dead Redemption, COD:BO, the Serious Sam series, Sid Meier’s Civilization, & Orange Box. There are others, but these will be a good start… 🙂

    • Joon
      11 May 2016 at 8:10 pm
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      Yeah I got my Black Ops disk sat here waiting for the moment I can play it again. I never got to play Red Dead so im hoping that that comes to BC aswell! 😀

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