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Xbox One Backwards Compatibility Gets Duke Nukem MP, Garou MOTW, Sonic the Fighters
The last game added to Xbox One Backwards Compatibility was on March 31 when the insanely fun Saints Row IV, it’s time to grow that library a little more now, as three other games have been added to the list of Xbox 360 games that you can now play on Xbox One.
Microsoft has updated their list of backwards compatible games a couple of hours ago to add Duke Nukem Manhattan Project, Garou: Mark of the Wolves and Sonic the Fighters.
New Games Added to Xbox One Backwards Compatibility
While it needs no introduction, Duke Nukem Manhattan Project is the Gearbox Software title where you are “defending the city that never sleeps, and its babes, from the evil Mech Morphix across 24 levels from Chinatown to Space.” The game originally came out in June 2010.
The second title, Garou: Mark of the Wolves, was released by SNK Playmore in June 2009. Here’s an overview:
With the New Hero “Rock Howard” who is only son of Geese Howard and rose up by legendary wolf Terry Bogard, story of the new wolves begin. It banned the traditional line-system but instead bring in the brand-new systems such as “Just Defense”, “T.O.P. In” and “Braking”. It is not only system which renewed but also all the characters are new comers only except Terry Bogard.
The last game, Sonic the Fighters also takes you back to the classic arcade with eight new stages, 10 playable characters, online versus and tournament play, and much more.
Which ones of these new Xbox One Backwards Compatibility games are you going to get? Are there any other titles that are still missing from the ever increasing list?