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Microsoft Xbox Backward Compatibility Gets Three New Games For Mid December

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Microsoft has announced three more wonderful games to its Xbox One Backward Compatibility list. Here you can check out the features and other details of those games.

Xbox One Backward Compatibility List New Games

The new game on Xbox One Backward Compatibility, Bully is an action oriented game that packs a lot of scope for adventure. It was originally released for the Xbox and PlayStation 2 by Rockstar Games. This time, the scholarship edition of the game Bully will be joining the Xbox One Backward Compatibility list. The gamers will love the adventures of 15-year-old Jimmy Hopkins.

Catherine, is the another game, which is on the list to enter the Xbox One Backward Compatibility game very soon. It needs a clever gamer. Catherine is created by Atlus, the makers of the”Persona” franchise, according to Christian Times.

There is a character Vincent Brooks. The gamers have to play on behalf of Vincent. Vincent has a girlfriend named Katherine. She wants to marry Vincent, but Vincent meets another woman named Catherine. How can Vincent manage the situation? The game is all about it.

Also Read: Xbox One Backwards Compatibility Update: Blue Dragon Now Playable, No Digital Version?

The third game to join the Xbox One Backward Compatibility list is Raskulls. This game is created by Halfbrick Studios. The same creators are behind the success of Fruit Ninja. The gamers will get to enjoy a lot of action shots. They have to move the blocks in order to go forward. Recently, “Bioshock” came to Xbox One Backward Compatibility.

Xbox One’s Backward Compatibility Free Game

Microsoft has surprised the games by gifting a free game to Xbox One’s backward compatibility game. Lost Odyssey will be free until December 31. Larry Hryb, who is also known as Xbox Live’s Major Nelson has confirmed the news on Twitter. The gamers can also purchase JRPG Blue Dragon online, according to Polygon.

Also Read: Xbox One Backward Compatibility Update: November 2016 List

Phil Spencer, the head of Microsoft’s Xbox division has found that majority of the Xbox One owners are using the console to play backward-compatible games. Lost Odyssey came to ?backward compatible on September 29 whereas Blue Dragon joined entered the list on November 1. ?Now over 300 back compat titles. Nearly 50% of XB1 owners playing BC games is great to see. Thanks for supporting the program,? Spencer tweeted.

Also Read: Xbox One Backwards Compatibility Predictions for November: ?Call of Duty: Black Ops II? a Likely Candidate?

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