Microsoft adds three more games to Xbox One Backward Compatibility

Microsoft today added three additional titles to the list of Xbox 360 games that are backward compatible with the Xbox One.

Last week was a slow week, with two games being added in the beginning of the week and one more toward the end. The week before saw a whopping 11 titles added to the list, with three on Tuesday and eight on Thursday.

Here are today's additions:

Mr. Driller Online ($9.99)

The popular Mr. Driller series makes its debut on Xbox LIVE Arcade! Featuring an addictive single player mode, Online VS. play, simple controls and deep gameplay.

New Rally-X ($4.99)

Collect all the flags while avoiding enemy cars! With new features such as the Lucky Flag, which awards you points depending on your remaining fuel. Collect the Special Flag to double the points of all remaining flags! NEW RALLY-X, the sequel to RALLY-X, was released in 1981. It featured new courses and adjustments to the enemy cars, improving the overall game balance, as well as new graphics and BGM!

Nin2-Jump ($4.99)

A shrewd ninja named NIN-JA stands up to rescue Princess SAKURA who was kidnapped by the evil ninja named NAMAKURA. Be the greatest ninja master in the world in Adventure Mode by flying freely with jump and chain action to clear all 50 stages while following the scenario, and in Score Attack Mode by keeping on attacking enemies appearing one after another. A high-speed shadow play, NIN2-JUMP presented by CAVE Company finally begins here! Your support fuels him up, so please back him up!

Don't forget that if you're looking for games on the cheap, it's a new month, which means that there are all-new Games with Gold to grab. The only requirement is that you're an Xbox Live Gold member.

Also, it's worth noting that Microsoft released the Anniversary Update (or the August Update, or the Summer Update) for the Xbox One over the weekend. This will provide your console with a number of new features, including Cortana and UWP apps.

If that's not enough, the 2TB model of the Xbox One S launches today. The smaller version of the Xbox One console offers 4K streaming, so if you've got a 4K TV, it might be something to think about.

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