Continuing the stream of games added to the backwards compatibility list, three more games have surfaced. MX vs. ATV Reflex, Jet Set Radio, and Texas Hold’em are all now available through Xbox Backwards Compatibility.
MX vs. ATV seems players take to the dirt with wheel to wheel racing action. Meanwhile the stylish Jet Set Radio sets you loose in Tokyo-to with magnetically driven skates, allowing you to tag buildings, billboards, and everything else with graffiti. And finally, Texas Hold’em lets you play poker from the comfort of your own couch.
These three games come as late last month saw Frogger, Galaga Legions DX, Ghostbusters: Sanctum of Slime, and a handful of other arcade titles all added to the list. All backwards compatible titles can be purchased on the Xbox One itself, or will simply be waiting, ready for download if you already owned the Xbox 360 version.
What games would you like to see as backwards compatible next? Let us know in the comments.
In other Microsoft news, Lionhead Studios, the developer behind Fable, officially shut their doors last week. Microsoft also recently announced their plans for E3. Curious what they will show? We ran through all our thoughts on what we expect and hope will come out of the Xbox conference this June.