Microsoft adds Halo: Reach, Portal and Fable III to Xbox One backwards compatibility list

New additions to Xbox One backwards compatibility

The next batch of Xbox 360 games made available for the Xbox One though backwards compatibility have been announced by good ol’ Major Nelson, and there are some good ones.

Here’s what to expect:

BraidArcade
Dues Ex: Human RevolutionGames On Demand
Doritos Crash CourseArcade
Fable IIIGames On Demand
Halo: ReachGames On Demand
Hydro ThunderArcade
Iron BrigadeArcade           
Kane & Lynch 2Games On Demand
Motocross MadnessArcade
MS. PAC-MANArcade
PeggleArcade
Portal: Still AliveArcade    
SpelunkyArcade
‘Splosion ManArcade
Ticket to RideArcade
Zuma’s Revenge!Arcade

While a number of these titles are neither here nor there, like Zuma’s Revenge and Doritos Crash Course, the addition of Portal, Halo: Reach, Deus Ex: Human Revolution, Spelunky and a few others is great news; they’re great games.

Here’s hoping that, like with Fallout 3, Fable III runs better than it does on the Xbox 360 – though it’s still a pretty frustrating game anyway.


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