Microsoft has once again released a set of new games that were added to the growing roster of Xbox 360 games that are made available for purchase and play on the Xbox One, all thanks to the ongoing Xbox One Backward Compatibility program.
The Xbox One Backward Compatibility program offers games both classic and top AAA titles from the previous generation to the current generation of the Xbox console, the Xbox One.
For this installment, Microsoft added five new games to the roster “Blood Knights,” “Red Faction: Battlegrounds,” “I Am Alive,” “Joe Danger Special Edition,” and “Dungeons & Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara.”
In “Blood Knights,” players can either fight against an endless horde of enemies on their own, or with a friend in multiplayer mode. The hack and slash game also features a co-op gameplay system, wherein players can work together in fighting against the enemy and boost each other’s stats along the way.
“Red Faction: Battlegrounds,” released in 2011, takes players into a new kind of action in the “Red Faction” series. For this game, players can use Gauss Cannons, Thermobaric Rockets and Singularity Bombs to destroy the competition in a variety of party-play style local and online multiplayer modes and single player challenges.
“I Am Alive” tells the captivating story of a survivor in a post-apocalyptic world. In the game, players must travel to what is left of the world, discover what really transpired on Earth, and how this cataclysmic event changed humankind in its entirety.
“Joe Danger Special Edition” puts players in the character of Joe Danger, as he performs crazy variations of different stunts.
“Dungeons & Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara,” released in 2013 for the Xbox 360, is a collection of two classic “Dungeons and Dragons” games. Combining the games “Tower of Doom” and “Shadow over Mystara,” the game includes new gameplay features such as HD graphics, a four-player co-op with a drop-in/drop-out system, customizable House Rules, leaderboards, and more.