Xbox 360's Rayman Raving Rabbids and Battlestations Pacific gain Xbox One backwards compatibility

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The Xbox 360 titles, Rayman Raving Rabbids and Battlestations Pacific are now playable on the Xbox One family of consoles. Rayman Raving Rabbids was originally released way back in 2007 and consists of 75 mini-games featuring the popular Ubisoft Rabbids and Rayman characters while Battlestations Pacific is the sequel to Battlestations Midway, which received backwards compatibility back in 2016. Like its predecessor, Pacific is also a military action-strategy game.

Here are their official game descriptions and trailers:

Rayman Raving Rabbids

Rayman Raving Rabbids is a casual game where you play as Rayman, challenges 75 trials minigame to save baby globox and get out of the jail of raving rabbit. Play score mode to beat record of 75 trials and unlock movies as well as artworks.

Battlestations Pacific

Battlestations Pacific is the sequel to the critically acclaimed Battlestations Midway. Take the fight in the Pacific direct to the enemy in this epic action-strategy game where players command and take control of over 100 air, sea and undersea units. Fight in two massive historic single player campaigns and battle online in a deep multiplayer game featuring 5 unique modes across numerous battle scenarios.

Microsoft also announced today that the Xbox 360's FUEL has also been given Xbox One backwards compatibility but it's actually been playable on the Xbox One since the beginning of January.

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Rayman raving rabbids
Rayman raving rabbids
Developer: ‪UbiSoft‬
Price: $19.99
Battlestations pacific
Battlestations pacific
Developer: ‪Square Enix‬
Price: $24.99+

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