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Microsoft reveals the next batch of Backwards Compatible titles for Xbox 360 on Xbox One

Update 1: Well this is embarassing. It seems that Microsoft UK's PR was wrong. We have posted the PR below so as not to confuse any further.

Please find a correction on the below media alert, regarding the number of new titles available and the full list – apologies for any confusion.

Today we’re excited to announce 16 additional Xbox 360 titles available now on Xbox One via Backward Compatibility, including Halo: Reach, DEUS EX: HUMAN REVOLUTION and Fable III. And as a reminder, all future Xbox 360 games available through Games with Gold are playable on Xbox One. You can find the full list of our latest additions below and also on Xbox.com/BackCompat.

Here is the list of new titles* available today:

· Braid
· Doritos Crash Course
· Fable III
· Halo: Reach
· Hydro Thunder
· Iron Brigade
· Kane & Lynch 2
· Motocross Madness
· Peggle
· Portal: Still Alive
· Spelunky
· Splosion Man
· Ticket to Ride™
· Zuma’s Revenge!

Update: It seems the list for the UK is a little bigger than previously published. We have updated the list as seen below.

Microsoft's has revealed the next batch of Xbox 360 games to be playable on Xbox One via backwards compatibility.

We're sure there will be plenty of people out there who may be keen to play Halo: Reach or Fable III.

"We’re continuing to work with our publishing partners to grow our library of Xbox One Backward Compatibility titles, so stay tuned for more," added Microsoft.

Edited On 17 Dec, 2015

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Turniplord 1 year ago
so only 6 retail games and the rest MS XBLA games? Someone on youtube was goin mad at me when I told him there wont be 100+ each month, they thought they heard MS say they were getting 100+ each month released. If I have a XBone I would probably be happy about Fable and Portal - and possibly Deus Ex. The downside is the BC means the games look and run exactly like on the 360 - so pretty pointless unless you don't own a 360. With the pass through they went on about a lot (hdmi) it would be easier to just hook up the 360 via that and them to release an adapter to use the xbox one controller on the 360 :P
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Joe2120 1 year ago
Microsoft's UK PR had a few more games, I added them in.
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Turniplord 1 year ago
what was added - the list still looks the same! haha. I did enjoy the dorito game though - thats free to everyone as well isn't it
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Turniplord 1 year ago
Just listened to the podcast. So the list was bigger originally and not smaller. I agree with you, BC isn't really a system seller. Why would you promote your console by saying you can play games you can play on a much cheaper console? Plus complies will lose money on remastering games
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yoda soldier 1 year ago
I don't want to start an argument turnip, but you seem to moan about this but are happy to pay £12 for ps2 games on ps4 because they look a better and have trophies. I'm sure you could get a ps2 cheap and play the games on that. Which is the argument you have here.
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TruDarkAssassin 1 year ago
Totally agree @yoda ,there was a article on euro gamer and most of the games run smoother on x1 and do look a bit better
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Turniplord 1 year ago
It's fine, fair point. I don't mind the price of the ps2 games because they have put some effort into making them a bit better and providing the trophies. The 360 games didn't really need this as they already have achievements. If I bought a ps2 then the quality won't be the same and no achievements. So technically there is a big difference between the native ps2 and emulated as apposed to native 360 and emulated
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revster101 1 year ago
Hi any idea if the more popular games that everyone plays are coming. The games on that list cannot be top of the voting?

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