Microsoft adds five new titles to Xbox One Backward Compatibility, including Bayonnetta, Arkanoid Live and more

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As has been the theme these last few months, Microsoft has just added five new titles to the Xbox One Backward Compatibility catalogue. Joining the list this week is Bayonetta, de Blob 2 Arkanoid Live, and more. We've given the titles a look and have included download links and descriptions for your convenience below.


From the creative geniuses behind Devil May Cry and Resident Evil comes Bayonetta™, a game of 100% pure, unadulterated, climatic action. With powers far beyond the comprehension of mere mortals, our heroine Bayonetta fights countless enemies, evil forces and giant foes in brutal yet graceful way.

de Blob 2:

Blob's origins are mysterious, but he rolled up at the right place and the right time to be the hero that the Color Underground was looking for. Music surrounds him and color energy flows through him; with his touch Blob can literally make the world a better place. Blob represents individuality and determination. Blob is good hearted but lazy. He is often late, but he always comes through.



The classic ARKANOID comes back to life in XBLA! Destroy every block on screen by bouncing an Energy Ball against them with your Vaus!


Includes sleek graphics and cool sound effects! Reloaded with new features and a multiplayer mode!

Of Orcs and Men (not available in all regions)

Of Orcs and Men is a role-playing game jointly created by Spiders and Cyanide Studio for PS3, Xbox 360, and PC. IN a brutal world at war, where the Empire of Men seeks to expand it's domonation and impose its belifs, Goblins are sysmeatially persecuted and slaughtered, while Orcs, if not killed in battle, are destined to be enslaved.

And so, there you have it, those are the five newest additions to the Xbox One Backward Compatibility list. Do you own any of these titles? Let us know what you think by dropping us a comment below!

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