Two new Backward Compatibility titles added to growing Xbox One list

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Earlier in the week, Microsoft pulled a surprise and quietly added Alice: Madness Returns to the Backward Compatibility Catalogue. Today, the company has followed up and added two more titles to the growing list. As is usual, we have included the download links, descriptions, and trailers for these titles below.

Shadows of the Damned: $19.99

Shadows of the Damned follows a demon hunter named Garcia Hotspur deep into a re-imagining of hell where he must rescue the love of his life by defeating the armies of darkness with the power of the light. Shadows of the Damned delivers shocking and unique gameplay experiences that includes over-the-top action, grandiose boss battles, demented puzzles, grotesque enemies, heart-pounding moments and psychotic imagery. Working his way through the City of the Damned to get his love back, Garcia is aided by Johnson a former demon with the ability to transform into an array of vicious weapons, Garcia will rip apart the horrific forces of the underworld to protect what he loves most. Throughout the game players must utilize the power of the light to fight the army of the dark in unique light versus darkness gameplay that will forever change the way gamers perceive puzzles, combat, and action. Brace yourself for one hell of a trip to the city of the damned.

Rocket Knight: $14.99

Sparkster makes his triumphant arrival on next-gen consoles with Rocket Knight, an updated, hi-definition entry in the classic 2D side-scrolling rocket action series. Our favorite opossum hero returns home after 15 years to find the kingdom of Zephyrus in shambles. Use your wits and Sparkster’s trusty rocket pack to dodge and defeat a menacing wolf army threatening the lives of his people.

Do you own either of these titles? Which Xbox 360 games do you play on your Xbox One? Let us know what you think by dropping us a comment below!

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