Costume Quest 2, Virtua Fighter 2, Quantum Conundrum, and Frontlines: Fuel of War have all been added to the Xbox One Backwards Compatibility list. This brings the total number of Xbox 360 titles available to be played via the popular feature to 399 (by my count). What could the 400th game featured on Xbox One Backwards Compatibility be?
We don’t know, of course, but for now let’s talk about what is available. These four games probably won’t light up the subreddits and message boards with excitement, but they’re just more drops in the bucket for this feature.
Microsoft debuted Xbox One Backwards Compatibility a couple of years ago, surprising gamers around the world and igniting debate over whether these old games are worth playing. It seems that the debate is over as more and more titles have been added to the list and more gamers spend more time playing 360 games on their Xbox Ones.
For me, Virtua Fighter 2 is a nice addition. When I go retro I like to go really retro, and this fits the bill. Classic fighters don’t always age that well, but it will be great to check it out and see how far things have come in the last few years.
What will be the 400th title added to the Xbox One Backwards Compatibility list? Let us know what you think.