Today, two new titles have been added to the Xbox One’s backward compatibility list. Microsoft keeps adding more and more titles into the Xbox One backward compatibility list.
Two More New Titles Added to Xbox One Backward Compatibility List
The two new titles added to Xbox One Backward Compatibility List are:
- Boom Boom Rocket. (2007)
- Syberia. (2002)
About Boom Boom Rocket:
Boom Boom Rocket launched on the Xbox 360 on April 11, 2007. The game is developed by Bizzare Creations and published by Electronic Arts (EA). Boom Boom Rocket was the first Xbox Live Arcade game. It is a rhythm-based game. You have to trigger the fireworks with timing along with the music. This game is like Guitar Hero. The game also features different unlockable fireworks. Boom Boom Rocket initially featured 10 music tracks, but after an update in November 2007, the game now features 15 music tracks to play with.
Syberia is an adventure game released back in 2002. It was released on many platforms including the Xbox 360 and the PS3. The game is set in a quite unique world with a nice touch of art. Kate Walker is the main protagonist of the game. She travels across Europe and Russia on behalf of her law firm.
Now you might be thinking that Syberia is pretty old, but it was a masterpiece. It won many awards for being the best adventure game of the year 2002. The graphics of the game were the best of its time.
You can download both of these new games directly from the Xbox Store. Also, if you already own one of these, you can just download an update that will let to play the game on the Xbox One.
The Xbox One backward compatibility list is rapidly growing, with titles being added almost every week. The list also contains some masterpieces, such as BioShock series and the Gears of War series. With games added frequently, the Xbox One backward compatibility list has now more than 200 games. You can view the full Xbox One backward compatibility list here.
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