Following the addition of Deadly Premonition to the Xbox One Backward Compatibility list earlier this month, the Xbox team is adding four new titles to the catalog today. Xbox One owners can now play the kid-friendly racing game Cars: Mater-National Championship on their console, in addition to 2D fighting game Person 4 and Xbox Live Arcade titles Teecmo Bowl Throwback and Jewel Quest.
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As usual, you can find Xbox Store links, official descriptions and video trailers for all games below:
All eyes are on Radiator Springs as Lightning McQueen’s best friend, Mater, hosts the first annual Mater-National Race Festival, an international celebration of high-octane events to celebrate the construction of Lightning’s new racing Headquarters and to crown the next World Champion racer!
Jump into the next chapter of the story as Persona 4 enters a new genre in this 2D fighting game from the dream team of ATLUS and Arc System Works, made to be enjoyed by fighting game beginners and experts alike!
The legend is back! Tecmo Bowl® Throwback is a remake of the classic Tecmo Super Bowl, with the same rules and fast-paced gameplay as the original, but with the option to play it in brand new high definition 3D graphics. Switch it back to old school in real time with the same graphics and music from back in the day! Tecmo Bowl® Throwback brings back the gameplay you loved, and stays true to the Tecmo Super Bowl legacy!
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