Microsoft today quietly added three additional Xbox 360 titles to the Xbox One Backward Compatibility Catalogue, bringing the total list to over 350 games. Heading to the Xbox One via Backward Compatibility this week is Daytona USA, Stacking, and Tower Bloxx Deluxe. As always, we've included download links, descriptions, and pricing details on these titles for you below.
It’s time to get revved up with Daytona USA! Based on the classic arcade title, Daytona USA features enhanced graphics, tracks for all skill levels, and the original, hit soundtrack! Save your quarters - we’re bringing the arcade straight to your living room with steering wheel and multiplayer support. Challenge your friends with up to eight player online races or the whole world via Xbox LIVE leaderboards!
From Tim Schafer’s Double Fine Productions, explore a vintage world inhabited by living Russian stacking dolls as you jump into more than 100 unique dolls and use their special abilities to solve a wide variety of puzzles & challenges. Play as Charlie Blackmore, the world’s tiniest Russian stacking doll, and embark on an adventure to rescue Charlie’s family from the nefarious industrialist known only as the “Baron.” This imaginative 3rd person puzzle adventure game will take you on a journey from a bustling Royal Train Station to a high-flying Zeppelin as you collect unique dolls and matched stacking sets to display in Charlie’s secret hideout, where you chronicle your adventures.
Experience the ridiculously addictive smash-hit that’ll have you on the edge of your seat – creating swaying, tipping and tumbling towers sky-high. This action-puzzle phenomenon is played by millions on the web, but Xbox Live players get the full HD experience with 6 massive game modes, revolutionary social scoring, Xbox live avatar, power ups, and even party multiplayer. How high can you go?
These latest editions bring the total list of Xbox One Backward Compatible games to over 350, 351 to be exact. They also come after Microsoft added four titles last week, including Street Fighter IV, Poker Smash, and two other titles. Do you own any of the titles in the full backward compatibility catalog? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!