After adding Call of Duty World at War to the list a just a few days ago, Microsoft has just worked the Backward Compatible magic again. Three more titles have been added to the list, this time, Lost Odyssey, Toy Story 3 and Guwange. As is usual we’ve given the titles a look and have included download links and descriptions for you below.
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Lost Odyssey uses a traditional turn-based battle system seen in most Japanese role-playing games, similar to early Final Fantasy iterations. A world map allows the player to move the party between adjacent towns or fields on the map, while later in the game the player is given more freedom to explore the world through the use of ocean-going ships. Towns and cities provide inns for the player to recover the party’s health, stores for buying and selling of equipment, and save points for the game. While exploring certain areas, the player will randomly encounter monsters to fight.
Buzz, Woody, and Jessie are back in their biggest adventure yet. When Andy leaves for college, the toys find themselves in a world they’ve never known… A day care! Along with Rex, Hamm, and the others, our heroes battle their way through an unfamiliar world filled with giant obstacles and a nefarious pink bear who smells like strawberries. But the story’s only the beginning. When you choose to play Woody’s Roundup, you’ll unlock a whole new world of customizable fun and adventure. As Sheriff you’ll encounter an enchanted glen with pink dragons to a spooky haunted mansion filled with ghost toys, you’ll choose your favorite toys and costumes to create a unique town with hundreds of entertaining possibilities.
At the far reaches of the Eastern kingdom, in the age of Muromachi… this is the tale of those who wielded the power of the Shikigami. In ages past, when men worshipped nature, believed in spirits and feared the darkness of night, they would also become envoys of a mysterious power. A unique shooting game set in the late Muromachi age of Japan, Guwange includes 3 fully-featured game modes. Challenge the online leaderboards in Score Attack mode! Play with a friend in online CO-OP play! The shooter classic “Guwange” is reborn for a new generation!
And so, those are the latest three titles to be added to the list of Backward Compatible games. Do you own any of these titles or will you download any? Let us know what you think by dropping us a line in the comments section below!Further reading: Backward Compatibility, Xbox, Xbox 360, Xbox One